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Using Windows Server Update Services and Microsoft Update
Article With the release of Microsoft Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) and the Microsoft Update Web site, you have more options for getting Microsoft Office users ...
Changes Made to Update Information Location
Article The Office Resource Kit Web site has made some changes to help you find the information you need to deploy Office updates throughout your organization as effici...
Updating Office 2000 Clients from a Patched Administrative Image
Article If you have already updated your Office 2000 administrative installation point, then the most efficient patching strategy may be to continue to update the admin...
Distributing Office 2000 Client Updates to Users
Article If you are deploying Office 2000 for the first time or if you have never patched your administrative installation point beyond Office 2000 SR1a, then distributi...
Apply Office 2000 Full-File Patches Without the Source
Article The process of deploying product updates to users is delayed or complicated when users are prompted for an installation source to which they no longer have acce...
Distributing Office XP Client Updates to Users
Article If you are deploying Office XP for the first time or if you have never patched your administrative installation point, then distributing patches (including serv...
Strategies for Updating Office 2000 Installations
Article After a version of Microsoft Office is released, Microsoft makes available a series of software updates designed to help improve the security, performance, and...
Updating Office XP Clients from a Patched Administrative Image
Article If you have already updated your Office XP administrative installation point, then the most efficient patching strategy may be to continue to update the adminis...
Strategies for Updating Office 2003 Installations
Article After a new release of Microsoft Office, Microsoft makes available a series of software updates designed to help improve the security, performance, and reliabil...
Installing Internet Express Software Update Packages
Article Most updates for Microsoft® Office applications are released as Windows Installer-based MSP files contained in self-executing download files (EXE files). The EX...
Strategies for Updating Office XP Installations
Article After a new release of a version of Microsoft Office, Microsoft makes available a series of software updates designed to help improve the security, performance...
Changes in Office XP SP-1
Article The workbook Office XP Service Pack 1 - Changes summarizes the updates and corrections to Microsoft Office XP applications and components provided with the Offi...
Changes in Office XP SP2
Article The workbook SP2Changes.xls summarizes the updates and corrections to Microsoft Office XP applications and components provided with Office XP Service Pack 2 (SP...
Office Update Inventory Tool version 2.2 Checks Installations for Updated Status
Article The Office Update Inventory Tool version 2.2 allows administrators to check one or more computers in their organization for the status of Microsoft Office 2000,...
Local Source Makes Patching Easier
Article Few administrators would turn down a security update that helps protect the company network from the latest computer virus. It's the process of applying updates...
New Administrative Update Files Now Available for Office XP and Office 2000
Article A collection of new administrative update files is now available for several Microsoft® Office XP and Microsoft Office 2000 applications. While most updates foc...
Installing Client Update Files with OHotFix
Article Ohotfix.exe is a software program designed to help administrators deploy update files within their organizations. OHotFix works by reading a series of deploymen...
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