Slipstreaming help

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    Ryan
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    #97610

    Hi I would like to know if there is a way to slipstream Downloaded Automatic Updates into a Windows xp Pro installation without waiting for SP2 to come out.

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    danielp
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    #167845

    No

    although you can script them together and have them install one after one.

    Use this format:

    (just an axamle)

    KB823559-x86-ENU.exe /Q /M /Z

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    bcastner
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    #174855

    The new “Rollup” makes this fairly easy: http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=826939

    For a true slipstream, MS KB: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;814847

    And this site is just terrific: http://www.msfn.org/unattended/xp/gettingstarted.htm

    For pushing Hotfixes, this general method works fine: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;296861&FR=1&PA=1&SD=HSCH

    Bill Castner

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    Kasparous
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    #174801

    Thanks for the Help

    Thank you for all your help. I think I know what to do. But I would like to know how to do it to Slipstream the Hotfixes in Batch. Thanks

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    bcastner
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    #174858

    My last link gave you the information you need.

    If you want to have more control over the process, you should look at the freeware and paid versions of Shavlik’s Hfntetchk: http://www.shavlik.com/pHFNetChkPro.aspx

    I have done fine “by hand” with the KB articles linked above. You should also know about qfecheck: http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=282784

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    Marty
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    #174913

    Use MBSA (MS Baseline Security Analyzer). You can run it in HFNetChk mode btw in batch with a lot of switches and options. Or you run in GUI mode and the outputs will be in xml format.

    Chaining hotfixes in batch:
    I mostly use the -n -z -q switches, but if you want to know which switches are possible, run the .exe from command line with the /? switch.

    Note: in general all Windows fixes are using the same switches, but for example IE fixes use sometimes other switches.

    For SP’s there are also switches available if you don’t include them in the OS installation files (run update.exe /?).

    You can ofcourse use another way to chain them except batch (vbs, kix, …)

    Marty.

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