Keeping up to Date with KBs

I have found the easiest way to keep up to date with new KB alerts for MOM and other products is to sign up for e-mail notifications from KBAlertz.
 
 
Add your e-mail and a password and chose as many categories as you like to get regular e-mails informing you when Microsoft has released a KB on that subject (the content is aslo included in the e-mail).  And it is free. The only downside is that if you sign up for multiple technologies then they all come in a single e-mail.
 
They also have an RSS feed for MOM 2005 KB articles
 
The MOM 2005 page at Microsoft is
 
which has the KB search box already pre filtered for MOM 2005.
 
I find KBAlertz easier to use.
 
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4 Responses to Keeping up to Date with KBs

  1. Stefan says:

    If you want to keep up-to-date about new MP\’s you could use the MPNotifier, but that\’s not always up-to-date that why I created a RSS feed with the 20 latest MOM 2005 MP\’s available on the Management Pack and Utilities Catalog website.
     
    Have a look at http://weblog.stranger.nl/?q=node/122
     
    Regards,
    Stefan Stranger

  2. Unknown says:

    To see an RSS feed that lists the most recently published KB articles by product, select a product in this page:
    http://support.microsoft.com/selectindex/?target=rss
     
    To subscribe via RSS feed for MOM 2005:
    http://support.microsoft.com/common/rss.aspx?rssid=2548&ln=en-us

  3. Scott says:

    Hi there, thanks for the kind words about KBAlertz. Do you think it\’s a bad thing that all the technology updates for a single day, come in one email? W\’ere considering opening up this feature.
     
    -=- Scott Cate
     
    P.S. I know this is a year later, but I\’m just stumbeling upon your post :)

  4. Scott says:

    Hi there, thanks for the kind words about KBAlertz. Do you think it\’s a bad thing that all the technology updates for a single day, come in one email? W\’ere considering opening up this feature.
     
    -=- Scott Cate
     
    P.S. I know this is a year later, but I\’m just stumbeling upon your post :)

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