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I am looking at distributing windows XP service packs over a network with over 100ppl, so instead of each user downloading the updates, to save bandwidth i want to do only a single downlaod and distribute it.

 How do i set this up in Windows Server 2003, Does anyone have any step by step instructions??

thanks in advance
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Thanks for the points...happy to help.
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