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neumannu47
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I just used WUD to identify and download all updates for Windows 2000 Professional. After slipstreaming the disk and installing the OS on a computer, I still had to do a lot of Windows Updates:

KB942615

KB941569

KB891861

KB890830 x2

Root Certificate Update

KB829019 (.NET 2.0)

.NET (1.1)

Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 Service Pack 1 (Windows 2000)

Q329115

KB897715

KB923191

KB891861

When the disk image was being updated by nLite, a lot of errors were encountered. It was necessary to click on "ok" to get screens to go away that listed switch syntax. So, something went wrong somewhere, but I don't know where. Can someone point me in the right direction? I was hoping for one or two reboots at most.

Edited to add the following ADDITIONAL updates:

KB942615

KB941202

KB938127

KB905495

Edited by neumannu47
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u could try slipstreaming the updates to the cd be4 nliting it, u can use the following:

1. Create the Win2KCD folder that will be nlited later. (I have mine setup with SP4 Slipstreamed.)

2. Create a hotfix folder and put the hotfixes into it

3. Created the hotfix.cmd using the following:

TITLE Windows 2K SP4 Slipstreamer brought to you by www.MSFN.org

CLS

@echo off

ECHO.

ECHO Slipstreaming Windows 2K SP4 Updates

ECHO Please wait...

FOR %%f IN (*.exe) DO "%%f" /Integrate:D:\Win2KSP4

ECHO.

ECHO Slipstreaming Completed!

ECHO.

pause

EXIT

4. Add the hotfix.cmd to the hotfix folder. (make sure /Integrate:D:\Win2KSP4 = the path to your Win2KSP4 folder)

5. Run the hotfix.cmd. (if everything is setup correctly it will intergrate all the hotfixes into your Win2KSP4)

6. Ready to be nlited.

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