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installing Microsoft hot fixes from a share drive via vbs script

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Hi all, I need to create a vbs script that i can call during the sysprep of my SOE that will install the microsoft hot fixes. Unfortunatly we can install WSUS (company policy dont ask me why).

Ideally i'm thinking of having a  script that can call the list of hotfixes from a network location and install with elevated rights.

Currently i have multiple scripts that build the image, however i would ideally like to find a script that is out there already that does what i need it to do. Without having to write a new script and test again from scratch. I'm wondering if anyone has some good sources that they can point me too, that might do this task for me. Any help woudl be appreciated.
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Most hotfixes allow Integration with offline source files.

You can search away at www.msfn.org in the Unattended section for many ways to accomplish what you want.

Here is the Integrate page.

http://unattended.msfn.org/unattended.xp/view/web/23/
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