Windows Server 2003

Small Business Server 2003 Gold (RTM) Patches

SBS 2003 Gold (RTM) Patches

Required Patches

SBS 2003 (Small Business Server) which is based on Windows Server 2003 requires the following security-related patches:

Make sure you read Internet Explorer 6.0 SP1 Patches before you go on.

February 2004

MS04-007 : ASN .1 Vulnerability Could Allow Code Execution (828028)

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MS04-006 : Vulnerability in the Windows Internet Naming Service (WINS) Could Allow Code Execution (830352)

October 2003

MS03-045 : Buffer Overrun in the ListBox and in the ComboBox Control Could Allow Code Execution (824141)

MS03-044 : Buffer Overrun in Windows Help and Support Center Could Lead to System Compromise (825119)

MS03-043 : Buffer Overrun in Messenger Service Could Allow Code Execution (828035)

MS03-041 : Vulnerability in Authenticode Verification Could Allow Remote Code Execution (823182)

September 2003

MS03-039 : Buffer Overrun In RPCSS Service Could Allow Code Execution (824146)

MS03-034 : Flaw in NetBIOS Could Lead to Information Disclosure (824105)

July 2003

MS03-031 : Cumulative Patch for Microsoft SQL Server (815495)

MS03-030 : Unchecked Buffer in DirectX Could Enable System Compromise (819696)

MS03-026 : Buffer Overrun In RPC Interface Could Allow Code Execution (823980)

MS03-023 : Buffer Overrun In HTML Converter Could Allow Code Execution (823559)

June 2003

MS03-021 : Flaw In Windows Media Player May Allow Media Library Access (819639)

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