Script to install KB2687475 - Office 2010 SP2

Can you please advise on the correct syntax to manually install the above mentioned service pack for Office 2012 via batch file/command line
it's for testing purposes on couple of workstations, we don't want to release it via WSUS until such time compatibility issues with our document management system is ironed out,
Craig PaulsenSystems EngineerAsked:
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
For a small number of machines, download it and install. I had to read the post twice. I installed Office 2010 SP2 more than 2 years ago and it has not failed since. There have been hundreds of Office Updates since.
Craig PaulsenSystems EngineerAuthor Commented:
thanks John, I'm wanting to script a script/package and integrate into our deployment tool,
we have around 5000 workstations in our fleet, 4 machines will require this service pack for now,
I don't really want to be manually installing this on more machines if the need arises, within the next 3-4 months they will be testing this update compatibility with our document management system, so if there is a package, ready to go,
I can easily deploy it on a need by basis
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
My thinking was to test on two or three nearby machines, wait a week and roll out with WSUS. No need for much testing. It has worked well for (probably) millions as it is so ancient.
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Craig PaulsenSystems EngineerAuthor Commented:
sure, I agree, however I can't dictate the clients testing regime,
they want to thoroughly test compatibility with their document management system,
initially they want 4 machines/users to have the update, that could grow to around 20 users/machines ,
we will release the update via WSUS once testing signed off and there are no compatibility issues,
I can't see myself having to manually install this on around 20 machines,
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Thanks for the update. I left Office 2010 behind and am working on Office 2016. So I cannot help.
Craig PaulsenSystems EngineerAuthor Commented:
I've managed to script and push via SCCM,

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Craig PaulsenSystems EngineerAuthor Commented:
no meaningful of helpful responses,
starting to question why I pay a premium fee here when all the answers are on the web?
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