[windows2000] Microsoft Update

  • From: "Berger, Gunnar" <GBerger@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "HELP (E-mail)" <windows2000@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 12 Nov 2003 08:09:40 -0500

I have a problem.  I own Microsoft products.


My problem is the MS comes out with their updates like the one I see today, and 
I'm suppose to implement it to every desktop ASAP and the only way to do that 
is manually go to every station and do it.   Problem is I have 3 branch offices 
and servers I have to manage and going to every desktop tends to mean that my 
updates stay a good 3 months behind.  Due to recent viruses that I've been 
attacked by, I now have to update as soon as the stupid patch comes out.  How 
can I stream line this process.  I know I could use SMS but that is expensive.  
Is there any other way of getting all my machines up to date by pushing out the 
update?  I use Norton Antivirus 9 and it pushes out it's client install to all 
my desktops which is really sweet.  That kind of functionality would be a big 
help.  I just need a good cheap solution.

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