On 7 Ott, 18:02, MowGreen <mowgr...@nowandzen.com> wrote:
> IZ5MSM - McGrull wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > there is a way to download all update since a relased service pack to
> > today?
> Manually or automatically ?
> Security updates or just updates in general ?
The first but in many condition both.
My scenario is a little lan without internet connection, with various
client XP / 2000.
I see the beautiful catalog, but without any filter / advance search.
So I was thinking to automatically download the updates starting a
date, or best, starting a released service pack (ex. SP4 for 2k and
SP3 for XP) but the catalog doesn't permit that.
> List of *all* updates offered in 2009:
> Description of Software Update Services and Windows Server Update
> Services changes in content for 2009http://support.microsoft.com/kb/894199
> List of *all* Security updates issued since 2000, some of which have
> been superseded by subsequent Security updates:http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/current.aspx
> Available monthly releases of Security ISO images:http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/e...text=security+...
That are useless in my environment, like the new catalog. So I ask if
there is a way to massive download updates starting a released service
pack; so next i can burn my cd/dvd and update my systems.
Do you understand now my query?