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You are configuring an update strategy for a network consisting of 1000 clients running a mix of Windows XP and Windows 2000. Your goal is to prevent users from downloading updates directly from Microsoft Update and to create a structure in which you can approve critical patches and security rollups for distribution. You have recently purchased desktops and laptops, and you have applied the corporate standard image to those systems. Unfortunately, the image was created a while
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ago. The Windows XP image has only Service Pack 1 applied. So your first task is to update systems to the latest service pack level so that the Automatic Updates client, as well as all patches and fixes, can be installed on the computers.
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In this hands-on scenario, you may test the results using a second computer. To do so, join the computer to the domain and move its computer account to the Desktops OU.
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Exercise 1: Download and Extract the Service Pack
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1. Create a folder on the C drive and name the folder ServicePack. 2. From the Microsoft download site, http://www.microsoft.com/downloads, or from the Windows XP site, http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp, download the latest service pack. Save it to the C:\ServicePack folder. 3. Open a command prompt and type cd C:\ServicePack to change to the ServicePack folder. 4. Type WindowsXP-KB395935-SP2-ENU.exe -x. Substitute WindowsXP-KB395935SP2-ENU with the file name of the service pack you downloaded. 5. You will be prompted to indicate the location to which the service pack will be extracted. Type C:\ServicePack. 6. The service pack is extracted. Use Windows Explorer to navigate the folder structure that was created. Make note of the location of Update.exe (in the Update folder), which you use to launch installation of the service pack on a single machine, and of Update.msi (in the same folder), which you can use to deploy the service pack through Group Policy based software distribution.
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Exercise 2: Deploy the Service Pack with Group Policy
1. Share the C:\ServicePack folder with the share name ServicePack. 2. Open Active Directory Users And Computers. 3. Expand the domain and locate (or create) the Desktops OU. 4. Create a computer object in the Desktops OU called Desktop0569 to represent one of the new systems.
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If you have a second system with which to perform this case scenario exercise, move that system s account into the Desktops OU.
5. Create a GPO called SP-Deploy.
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If you are using the GPMC to manage Group Policy: a. Open the GPMC. b. Right-click the Desktops OU and choose Create And Link A GPO Here. c. Name the GPO SP-Deploy. d. Right-click the SP-Deploy Group Policy link and click Edit. Otherwise: a. Right-click the Desktops OU and choose Properties. b. Click the Group Policy tab. c. Click New to create a new GPO. Name the object SP-Deploy. d. Select the SP-Deploy Group Policy link and click Edit. The Group Policy Object Editor opens. 6. Navigate to Computer Configuration\Software Settings. 7. Right-click Software Installation, choose New, and then choose Package. 8. Type the path \\server01.contoso.com\servicepack and press ENTER. The browse dialog box will take you to the root of the extracted service pack. 9. Navigate to the Update.msi file you identified in the previous exercise. Select the Update.msi file and click Open. 10. Select Assigned and click OK. The package is created. 11. Close Group Policy Object Editor and the Desktop OU s Properties dialog box. 12. (Optional) If you have a second system with Windows XP, but without SP2, you can test the deployment of the service pack. Remember that computers running Windows XP are configured by default to optimize logon, so it might take two restarts before the service pack is applied. You can confirm the service pack level on a machine by clicking Start, Run, and then typing winver.
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