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kb958644 is not updating in some workstatons,is there any way to update individual machines from command prompt or any scripts

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KB958644 windows patch is not updating in some machines, is there any way to update individually through command prompt or any script
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If you want to install within a batch file or similar just insert a line with just the executable name. If you don't want the user to be required to answer questions such as continue? add "  /quiet" after the .exe name (with a space between).
The user will need to be an administrator of the local machine.

I assume all machines have SP2 installed? I do not be live it will install on a pre SP2 machine.
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