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Hello,

I have been task to update our remote user group with Microsoft Security patches which I down load from Microsoft's site then place on a CD. Since there is typically more than one patch each month, I need my batch file to execute uninterrupted.

Please give me advice on my batch file below.

Thanks,

VSACIT

@echo off
echo.

REM Check for folder. IF empty, show usage.
IF "%1"=="" GOTO USAGE
REM Check for folder. IF it does not exists, show error.
IF NOT EXIST "%1" GOTO ERROR

REM Processes all *.msu files in %1 folder.
:PROCESS
ECHO Please wait, processing update files in %1...
FOR %%F IN ("%1\*.msu") DO (
echo Processing: %%F...
start /wait wusa "%%F" /quiet /norestart
)
echo.
echo Done.
GOTO END

:USAGE
echo.
echo Usage:
echo.
echo.
echo *) Path contains space(s):
echo automsuupdater.cmd "X:\Long Path To My Updates"
echo.
echo *) Path does not contain space(s):
echo automsuupdater.cmd X:\Path\To\Updates
echo.
GOTO END

:ERROR
echo.
echo The folder %1 does not exist.
echo.

:END
echo.


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Assuming you're using any .NET and Internet Explorer, I think I would add

ECHO Done with Win7 Updates; updating dotNET
for %%b in (NDP*.exe) do (
start /wait %%b /q /norestart )
ECHO Done with dotNET updates; updating IE10
for %%c in (IE10*.exe) do (
start /wait %%c /passive /norestart )

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(or IE9 or IE11... whichever browser you're having them use.)


It's not clear if you'll be wanting to run the Malicious Software Removal Tool issued monthly, or not... but that could be tacked onto the end, too.  
(Like)
start /wait Windows-KB890830-x64-V*.exe /Q /F:Y

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Here is the download link for the 64-bit Malicious Software Removal Tool:
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=585d2bde-367f-495e-94e7-6349f4effc74
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