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Microsoft small business server 2000 update

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Hi,

We have Microsoft SBS 2000 installed in our office. We enable auto patch download function, now it showes ' New Updates are ready to install'. Since it is SBS 2000, is it safe to let system do auto update?
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by:sunray_2003
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Dear harryhu,

Sure why not.. It is made for that


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Sunray
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If you are not satisfied then go to microsoft update page and then download and patch the system

Sunray
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harryhu,

if you still worry check this one

http://v4.windowsupdate.microsoft.com/catalog/en/

Download the updates to a CD or machine and then do the update

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Sunray
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In my opinion I would be careful of what you allow auto update to do. Some of the patches can cause problems. I tend to lean towards intalling a few patches at a time so if there is a problem with one of them I don't have to go through a long list of patches to figure out which one maybe the problem.
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harryhu,

Not sure how far this can help you

http://www.nwfusion.com/reviews/2003/0303patchrev.html

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Sunray
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Also check the business server page of any known problems installing patches and security updates..

I would suggest you can go and install the service pack 1a which I believe is the latest

Sunray
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