just curious , are there any plans for including a version for Windows Server 2008 (x86 and x64)?
since server 2k8 has the same kernel as vista sp1 it shouldn't be that tricky for you right?
especially since a lot of vista sp1 patches apply to server 2k8 too?
and i think cristiano (or erik can't really remember) mentioned somewhere that he was busy preparing 12567 releases
every month with a release for server 2k8 coming...
man how do you do this? how do you keep up with all these releases/updates/etc?
been relying on autopatcher for everything since windows 2k and can't seem to live without it
for a while now i've been using server 2k8 on two machines (and unfortunately one x86 one x64) and some with xp and 2k3
and i can't seem to be able to keep up with all the releases coming up every month just for server 2k8
trying to keep an updated list of patches just like autopatcher
imagine (or not) what it is to keep all these releases updated and in due time
you're so good i wouldn't be surprised if you updated the monthly release before ms does
i understand the amount of work involved in autopatcher but it would be great if there was a server 2k8 release
i am not much of a programmer but let me know if i can do anything to help you out in this
appreciate all your hard work
thank you Eric , Cristiano and Antonis (sikwse to to gam..eno...)
and to the entire autopatcher team
keep up the great job
Autopatcher for Windows Server 2008 (x86/x64)?
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Posted 13 June 2008 - 02:25 AM
This is next on my to do list. Since Vista SP1 shares the same kernal which means most, if not all, Vista updates will apply to Server 2K8 too. Soon I will be splitting the Vista pack to a X86 and X64 which each version will support both Vista and 2K8.
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