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Security patches for Office XP

Postby Radha » Mon, 15 Sep 2003 00:17:44 GMT

I have almost 75 Windows XP professional deployed with 
Office XP. These Office XPs were all installed 
individually using individual Officc CDs with 
corresponding CD Keys.

When I tried to update the Office XP with the latest 
security updates from the Web, it comes and asks me for 
Office XP CD.

I do have all the CDs, but they are locked up in a 
different location. 

My question here is how do I update the office XP as and 
when patches are available on client machines if each 
installation is going to ask for the corresponding CD.

Is there any other way, I could do an install which does 
not require the CD to be inserted.

Thanks

Re: Security patches for Office XP

Postby Bob Buckland ?:-) » Thu, 18 Sep 2003 16:04:04 GMT

Hi Radha,

You can use the 'full file replacement' (Admin) edition of the
updates to patch without the CD. They are larger
in size than the client only patch packages.
   http://www.**--****.com/ 

===========


I have almost 75 Windows XP professional deployed with
Office XP. These Office XPs were all installed
individually using individual Officc CDs with
corresponding CD Keys.

When I tried to update the Office XP with the latest
security updates from the Web, it comes and asks me for
Office XP CD.

I do have all the CDs, but they are locked up in a
different location.

My question here is how do I update the office XP as and
when patches are available on client machines if each
installation is going to ask for the corresponding CD.

Is there any other way, I could do an install which does
not require the CD to be inserted.

Thanks >>
-- 
I hope this helps you,

Bob  Buckland  ?:-)
MS Office System Products MVP

  *Courtesy is not expensive and can pay big dividends*

The Office 2003 System parts explained
  http://www.**--****.com/ 




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"dennis" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > wrote in message
news:1cdf01c372ed$0a436370$ XXXX@XXXXX.COM ...
> The latest Office XP security patches do not install
> using the required original Office XP Developer Edition
> discs.
> The fix prompts for Data2.MSI for SP1 on 'disk 2'.
> There is no 'disk2' in the 7 disk developers edition. I
> have the sp's installed from the net and of course do not
> have disk sets for the service packs.
> I have serched all of the original disks and my hard disk
> for the msi file.
>
> What? Did I miss something?
>


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