Tuesday, April 17, 2007

A couple of interesting KB articles

Today we were installing SQL Server 2005 on our new Windows 2003 Server (SP2) cluster when we ran into the following issue: "The file C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\Meaningless_string\mscorlib.tlb could not be loaded", the solution to this can be found in KB918685.

Dirk G from MCS Belgium was nice enough to point us to another hotfix concerning the USERSTORE_TOKENPERM issue, KB933564 contains more information about this.

KB935897 has some information about the new "Incremental Servicing Model" for SQL Server.

Monday, April 16, 2007

So what's up with all the SP2 post fixes?

It's getting quite cumbersome to understand all the releases after SP2 for SQL Server 2005. Bob Ward from PSS decided to clarify this on his blog.

Aaron Bertrand also clarifies the differences between a GDR and a QFE here.