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Windows Updates

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  1. Wanabeatekee

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    Hi. I have to load 58 new computers with the applicable Windows Updates. However, the Windows site only allows download/install, not just download. Anybody have any ideas how to get these updates downloaded in a fashion that can be burned onto a CD to allow multiple installations as opposed to each one logging on individually?

    Your help will be GREATLY appreciated!
     
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  3. Wanabeatekee

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    I tried this site but no matter what I search on there are no returned results. Any suggestions?
     
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    You should be able to get what you need here .
     
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    From M$:
    “Why can't I download Updates from the Windows Update Web site and save them to disk so I can install them later or on another computer?
    The decision to combine component download and installation on the Windows Update site was driven by the desire to create a seamless, hands-free update process for home users. However, we agree that there is a need to be able to download files without installing, so that they can be installed at a later date or redistributed within an organization. To address this issue, we have created the Windows Update Corporate site, geared towards IT Managers and other users who need access to downloadable and redistributable components.


    Instructions and links:
    http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;323166
     
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