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Adding ServicePack updates to XenServer 6.2 iso

Posted on 2014-01-11
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Hello Experts.

Is it possible to intergrate servicepack1 and updates to the origional installation iso

How can i make a setup cd including servicepacks and updates ?
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You can add service pack into the iso as data but I am not aware you can integrate them. In 6.3 they might include them, I might be wrong through but I don't think it is possible.
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by:Carbas
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ok. thanks.

i have a free licenced version here.
So i know that the XenCenter option to update does not work.

Whats would be the second best solution here?
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You should be able to use xe Command Line -

"Installing the update using the xe Command Line Interface"

http://support.citrix.com/article/CTX139788
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