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Have a couple of SQL Server 2005. One of them is patched up to 9.00.4340 and the other is 9.00.4262.
According to http://sqlserverbuilds.blogspot.com/ the latest build should be 9.00.5324

Question 1) Are the patch / security updates cumulative like Oracle? Can I just apply 9.00.5324 and it'll include all these builds
9.00.5296
9.00.5295
9.00.5294
9.00.5292
9.00.5266
... etc

Question 2) Anything I should look out for? Or is it simply seek out the download for KB271642 on Windows Update and installing that?

Question 3) As far as rollback, just uninstall the KB from Add / Remove Programs?

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