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Using BDD and Security Patches

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Old 06-13-2007
MitchW
 

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Using BDD and Security Patches
Hello, I am using BDD 2007 and I have a base image of Vista Enterprise.
Microsoft released yesterday some security patches that effect Vista and
Office. How can I "inject" those into my image without having to deploy the
image, apply the patches, and then reimage. Can I do this in off-line mode?

thanks,
mitch
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Old 06-14-2007
Johan Loos
 

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Re: Using BDD and Security Patches
Hi Mitch,

Here is the procedure:
Slipstreaming Vista Updates with an image
This procedure explains how to include Vista updates into an image file.
First, download the required .msu or .cab files to a temporary location.

From the temporary location, extract the .msu files into cabinet files:
Expand –f:* filename.msu c:\temp

Create or select a distribution point using SIM.
From the Tools menu, select Import Packages.
Right click on security updates and select Add to answer file. Save answer
file as patch.xml.

Mounting the image:
Imagex /mountrw e:\images\viim.wim 1 e:\mount

Slipstream the required security updates into the image file:
Start /w pkgmgr /o:”e:\mount;e:\mount\windows”
/n:e:\distribution\updates\patch.xml /l:e:\patchlog.txt

Save the changes:
Imagex /unmount /commit e:\mount

regards
Johan Loos
"MitchW" <MitchW@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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> Hello, I am using BDD 2007 and I have a base image of Vista Enterprise.
> Microsoft released yesterday some security patches that effect Vista and
> Office. How can I "inject" those into my image without having to deploy
> the
> image, apply the patches, and then reimage. Can I do this in off-line
> mode?
>
> thanks,
> mitch


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