On 7/25/07, Dan <dan27649@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

A couple of nested Google searches, and I found what I think is ideal for
my situation:

http://www.autopatcher.com


Used this last night after installing SP2 from a cd-rom, and I can
wholeheartedly give two thumbs up for AutoPatcher. A very slick interface
that allows you complete control of what does and does not get installed,
with helpful descriptions. It took just over an hour to install all of the
post-SP2 security updates, as well as IE7. I can't imagine how many days it
would have taken doing it via dial-up.

-Dan

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