SQL Server 2012 Slipstreaming

Cody Konior looks at slipstreaming SQL Server 2012:

There was a blog post by Boris Hristov which had some good images of the various places to look in the GUI to make sure that the updates have been picked up correctly. Using these and through experimentation I was able to answer those questions.

Interesting questions and good answers.

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