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Reply # 74906 16-Jun-2007 18:08
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Most interesting...

Control Panel > Programs > Programs and Features > Installed Updates
Only 19 updates have been applied my Microsoft Windows Vista OS via Automatic Updates.

Your Knowledge Base link suggests that there are 66 updates post RTM?!?







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  Reply # 74913 16-Jun-2007 20:17
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Yes but most of them won't be needed, they only apply to certain conditions...

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 74936 17-Jun-2007 11:39
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On second thought, that makes sense. In a private network environment where I have WSUS 3.0 deployed, I generally only approve 'needed' updates. It might be an interesting exercise to enable the Windows Vista catalog on WSUS at work tomorrow, to see how many updates could be pushed if I had Vista clients.








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  Reply # 76834 4-Jul-2007 05:43
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yes they have to be used ONLY if u require them.

for instance : If your Copying in Vista takes a long time , and
you usually see the following message, & you wait endlessly, twiddling your thumb !
Calculating Time Remaining
0 minutes remaining
Install hotfix 931770 !

nice post, btw :-)

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