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#1 EKLAVYA

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Posted 18 October 2015 - 05:11 AM

Hello Experts :yo:

I need a solution for new requirement with below scenario.

We have many windows desktop systems installed with XP and Win 7 (around 100+) in our Domain, I have to install windows updates on all these systems remotely.  I have Domain Admin privileges but I can not use WSUS for this task, and I want to do this with less interaction with these systems.  I have downloaded latest security updates DVD from MS.

So guys, help me out with your expertise to accomplish this task.

Edited by EKLAVYA, 18 October 2015 - 05:13 AM.

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#2 Zedken

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Posted 02 December 2015 - 04:11 PM

If you can't use WSUS or SCCM or some other client managament solution, then you must prepare answer files for each update and install it in the batch.

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Posted 30 July 2016 - 03:21 AM

Old as shit thread, but someone might find this useful

If you put all the MSI files in a single folder, You can Pipe a DIR command to txt, then loop though the txt and run each MSI, Might look like;
DIR /b *.MSI > dir.txt
FOR /F "tokens=1,2* delims=," %%G IN (dir.txt) DO (MSIEXEC /I "%%G" /QB)
Del dir.txt
you could then repeat the code for each file type (MSI, MSP, EXE) into a batch file
to get this to run on multiple systems, put everything on a fileshare, and use PSEXEC to run a remote command prompt
Might look like this;
PSEXEC \\SomeCompName MyPatch.cmd




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