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When a computer (W2k pro) is set to automatically download and install updates at a specific time, is it only the critical updates that come down for installation??

IE - what about the familiar "windows updates" and "driver updates"
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Yes it is.. all update from AU all critical updates..

the other one have to be done manually using WIndows update, or from an update solution comming from a third party vendor..
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You can also download them manually from ms website and run them one by one..
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