I don't worry about WPA as I have licences. Is there something that Microsoft supplies to do what Autopatcher does but with their WPA? I don't care if my computer is checked, I just want to avoid the repeditive downloads to patch computers easily and save some bandwith. It MS as far as I can see does not have anything other than updates you have to manualy find and sort then they should be helping you not hindering. Save MS a ton of bandwith and how many computers on Dialup or low data plans are still running SP2 with no updates or even SP1, a lot I bet.
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Posted 03 December 2007 - 05:54 AM
First of all, AutoPatcher is firmly against the use of non-legit versions of windows. To answer your question: no, that's why AP was created in the first place, because Microsoft does NOT provide any other solution which can be deployed across dial-up or offline PCs effectively. If you look at the files downloaded by apup.exe, every .exe file in there comes straight from Microsoft. If you search their site long enough you can find the links to each one of those, download them separately, then run them separately on any PC you wish. All AP does is to download them all at the same time, then install them without showing their GUI's, just the AP one. Also, those exe's don't tell you if they are already installed, for that you need AP or you need to update via the traditional method. That is why AP is such a useful tool!
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