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SQL 2008R2 sysprep and Build#

Posted By:      Posted Date: April 10, 2011    Points: 0   Category :
 

I am now expermmenting with sysprep for the first time.  I built my base install of SQL 2008R2 on stand alone server, and applied CU to Build# 1753.  I then built a sysprep image, and installed as additional instance on the same server.  I then noted the new instance was at RTM Build# not #1752.  Does the sysprep process not capture SvcPks and CU's?

 

(I couldn't find this previously discussed - forgive me if it has...)




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