000014508 - Last ESU Update Installed

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Article Number000014508
Applies ToESU
Event Source Update
 
IssueLast ESU Update Installed
It's been a while since I last installed an ESU update. How do I tell what version I have installed?
ResolutionTo see the last Event Source Update (ESU) installed, you can look in the %_ENVISION%\logs folder (on the A-SRV for distributed configurations) for this file:
    autoupdatelog.log
Each entry in this file shows the status of the specific ESU update being installed.
If you look at the last line, you should see something similar to this:
  INFO  06 01 2010 13:49:46,078 %NIC-6-701001: AutomaticUpdate,
  AutoUpdateMain, -, package, 20091229-110327, Detail: 1:
  2010/01/06 13:49:46, Automatic update completed.
Looking at the middle line (this will all appear on one line in your log), right after "package," you should see the ESU update installed. In the example above, the ESU update installed was 20091229-110327. This is the 110327 Update released on December 12, 2009.
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