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deploying Internet Explorer 9 updates via WSUS

Need to deploy Internet Explorer 9 to Windows XP and Windows 7 clients from WSUS. Searching for IE 9 on the WSUS server I found IE 9 plus all of the cumulative updates. Do I need to approve IE 9 itself first and than approve the updates later. Or can I approve everything IE 9 related and Windows update will handle the installation sequence?
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Yoy need to approve IE9 in wsus:

Approving Internet Explorer in WSUS

Open your WSUS administration website (typically accessed through http://WSUSServerName/WSUSAdmin/), where <WSUSServerName> is the name of your WSUS computer.
In the To Do list, select Review synchronization settings.
In Tasks, select Synchronize now to synchronize your WSUS server with Windows Update.
In the navigation bar at the upper right of the page, select Updates to switch to the list of available updates.
Using Search, in the Contains text box, type Internet Explorer 9 to filter the list of updates.
Click Apply.
Select the appropriate Windows Internet Explorer 9 for (Your OS) in the list of updates.
In Update Tasks, select Approve for installation.
In the Approval column, click the link for each computer group that you want to configure, and select the approval level.
Click OK to apply the approval.
HighorbitAuthor Commented:
My question is, after searching and finding all IE 9 related updates, should I ONLY approve IE 9 itself for the appropriate OS? Than once IE 9 has been pushed down and installed approve all of the IE 9 updates. Or can I approve IE 9 and all of the cumulative updates at the same time?
HighorbitAuthor Commented:
Sorry I missed that you stated approve IE 9 for your OS, as opposed to approving all of the IE updates
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