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Install KB fixes onto non internet enabled computer.

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I have to install a number of Microsofts KB fixes onto a machine with no internet access, is there a Microsoft tool that allows me to select the ones I want and package these up in a single install? I have to repeat this on a number of machines, and update the KB fixes list on an ongoing basis so would like to have this as automated and user freindly as possible? Any ideas?
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by:Miguel Angel Perez Muñoz
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I suggest you:

Download all updated you needed
Put on a shared folder or external hard drive.
Using command switches for setup, create a bat file to run every setup step by step (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/262841).
Deploy to all computers.
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rjanowsky earned 500 total points
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Checkout this wsus offline project here:

http://www.wsusoffline.net/

It can download all the necessary patches for many Microsoft products (OS, Office, etc.). It's complete configurable and has lots of options to get the job down. Look first under Documentation to get a quick overview of the program.
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by:Blowfelt82
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SOrry for the late reply... THanks
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