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Office XP. Is it possible to deploy patches and updates over the network rather than going to each individual workstation? I am the administrator of the network, but I am limited to what I can do! Any help would be appreciated. Thanks. Yes, it is. In fact, there are several ways to do this: Microsoft SMS (Systems Management Server) is one way; another is to send the patches as .MSI installation packages to each user via e-mail; a third is to use a third-party product such as Gravity Storm Software's Service Pack Manager (an excellent product) to remotely deploy and manage the state of fixes and patches on all your desktops.
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