Submitted by Ondrej Vysek - Blog: optimalizovane-IT
Bored with updating multiple Windows images in a single WIM file? Bored with checking for new updates and installing patches from Windows Update? Don't want to patch every VHD file manualy? Imagepatcher is a script that allows you to automate the whole process.
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The script detects all required updates for Windows 7 / Windows Server 2008 R2 (sorry no Vista and Windows Server 2008 support), downloads the updates and patches all or selected images in the wim file. Imagepatcher can also mount a VHD file and patch it offline. No longer do you have to check for updates and spend many hours with manual patching every Patch Tuesday. You can use the downloaded patches with MDT as well.