UPdating Security Patches

I have to lockdown a laptop without connecting to the internet.  I have 100+ updates/patches/KB fixes and .reg (registry file .exe) that need run against the client.  How can I automate this without connecting to the internet?  I suggest a client running WSUS and connecting the computers directly, then updating with WSUS?

Is it possible to run updates via a script?  One after another?
simmonsc003Asked:
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DonConnect With a Mentor Network AdministratorCommented:
"http://www.megaleecher.net/WSUS_Offline_Updater_Client - This site wants donations before you can download... "

No it doesnt, it is only *hoping* for donations

direct link here

http://download.wsusoffline.net/wsusoffline672.zip


"I cannot put the machine online, the solution must be an offline source.... "

That's the whole point of WSUSoffline.....You download install the app(on another PC) it then downloads all the updates you select, then you burn it to cd/dvd and take it to the machine and run it.

It's a very cool, very easy app to run
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DonNetwork AdministratorCommented:
Use WSUS Offline Updater....It allows you to download all updates and then burn them to a cd/dvd then the cd is fully automated to install all the necessary updates.


http://www.megaleecher.net/WSUS_Offline_Updater_Client
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DonNetwork AdministratorCommented:
You can configure it to download from either microsoft or from your WSUS server.
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simmonsc003Author Commented:
http://www.megaleecher.net/WSUS_Offline_Updater_Client - This site wants donations before you can download...
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simmonsc003Author Commented:
I cannot put the machine online, the solution must be an offline source....
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simmonsc003Author Commented:

WSUS offline was used.  however, I found out later that it may violate security policy to use a third party updater.  The preferred choice is Microsoft offline updater.  Having said that, I have tried it and it is not the best documented procedure.
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I accept this solution for now.
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simmonsc003Author Commented:
Thanks, it got the job done
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