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Windows 2000 Professional install SP4 .msi

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How can I make Windows 2000 Service Pack 4 so it will become a msi file so I can have this is network wide?  I don't want this file to become a zap file, becuase I don't want users installing this on their own.  Does Microsoft offer SP4 as an msi file?  
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click this link
http://www.microsoft.com/Windows2000/downloads/servicepacks/sp4/download.asp

and to the right on the page click network install


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wow i just started downloading it... its
 129 mb
  hope you have a fast connection
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does this mean this patch havw a msi file so I can apply this to a Group Policy?
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