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Windows 7: WsusOffline info

16 Oct 2017   #1
giobaxx

Windows 7 PRO 64 Bit
 
 
WsusOffline info

We have some worksation\laptop that where offline fot months, but before to put online they asked to perform some offline updates, the Antivirus which i did and the OS as best as i can with the latest security patches released by microsoft.

I tried to use a famous tools WSUSOFFLINE to download patches but seems that does not download any patches (except for the static ones enumerated in a file). do you have never used WSUS OFFLINE?

There is any other method that permit to download the Security patches? without downloading one by one from Windows Catalog?


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