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Is it OK applying .exe at startup/shutdown scripts ?

 
 
Marlon Brown
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      23rd Sep 2003
I need to apply patches and I have used logon vbs scripts to accomplish that
OK.

Somebody told me that applying the .exe's directly at startup also works.

I thought that startup scripts were designed to run .MSI or batch files, not
..exe's. .. well maybe I was wrong. Can somebody confirm if is technically OK
install patches at startup scripts, using patches.exe ? Win2KAD.


 
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stevta [MSFT]
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      7th Oct 2003
Startup script can run any executable. MSI's are required for group policy
installation. Maybe this is what they were thinking.

 
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