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Old 07-18-2008
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forefront client at home computer
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/l...chNet.10).aspx

I install just the simple client on my company pc (with domain) on a xp sp2
machine. I've not setup the forefront infrastructure yet.

However it cannot get windows updates. And i need to go to portal to install
updates manually.

Does this mean that *home client* means it cannot run on domain network
environment ? What happen if my home pc is part of home network which
consists of a home domain ?




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Old 08-29-2008
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Re: forefront client at home computer
It can.
Have you followed the part:
Configuring your computer to use Microsoft Update

Also, make sure you are able to receive updates from MU/WU id FCS is not
installed.

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> I install just the simple client on my company pc (with domain) on a xp
> sp2 machine. I've not setup the forefront infrastructure yet.
>
> However it cannot get windows updates. And i need to go to portal to
> install updates manually.
>
> Does this mean that *home client* means it cannot run on domain network
> environment ? What happen if my home pc is part of home network which
> consists of a home domain ?
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