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Installing Windows Update without clicking on the link

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My windows 2000 advance server will not allow me to install microsoft updates, it says that because it is not the domain controller I am not allowed to download from the microsoft update site.  I do however have the windows icon displayed next to the clock telling me to install updates but when i click on it the icon vanishes.  I think updates are downloaded is there another way I can get to them, are they staored somewhere?
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by:sk_raja_raja
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whats happening when you click start ,windows updates ? or from control panel ?
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by:Simonrepro
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The windows icon next to the system clock if I put the cursor over it it says updates ready to install and tells me to click on it, when I click on it, it vanishes and nothing happens
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by:sk_raja_raja
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Go for a restart and see what happens.
Go to add/remove program and see if any updates installated recently
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by:Simonrepro
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Yes have tried all this I have had the problem for about 2 years
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by:sk_raja_raja
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if that is the case please go to MS website and download all the service packs for 2000 and install manually...it should be fine.
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