Please define slipstreamed


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Wildbill

I have seen refrence to "slipstreamed install disk" , but do not
understand what it is??

Thanks,
Wildbill


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Stephan Grossklass

Wildbill said:
I have seen refrence to "slipstreamed install disk" , but do not
understand what it is??

Slipstreaming is the method with which you can create Windows 2000 or
higher install disks with the latest service pack included if you've
only got an original CD, plus the service pack on disk and a CD writer.
Given you already have XP SP1, you most likely will not have to bother
with this any time soon, provided you have the last RPC patch handy.

Stephan
 
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Rob

Leo said:
Is it possible to slipstream the security patches also? In fact is there a
way to capture or download without installing the security patches that are
installed with Windows Update?





Slipstreaming is the method with which you can create Windows 2000 or
higher install disks with the latest service pack included if you've
only got an original CD, plus the service pack on disk and a CD writer.
Given you already have XP SP1, you most likely will not have to bother
with this any time soon, provided you have the last RPC patch handy.

Stephan
Leo,
I don't know about your slipstreaming question but you can directly
download the stuff from Windows Update site by going to it and then
under the "See Also" heading click Windows Update Catalog. It will walk
you through from there and let you store the downloads from your
"Basket" wherever you would like. HTH.

Rob
 
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Leo

Is it possible to slipstream the security patches also? In fact is there a
way to capture or download without installing the security patches that are
installed with Windows Update?


Wildbill said:
I have seen refrence to "slipstreamed install disk" , but do not
understand what it is??

Slipstreaming is the method with which you can create Windows 2000 or
higher install disks with the latest service pack included if you've
only got an original CD, plus the service pack on disk and a CD writer.
Given you already have XP SP1, you most likely will not have to bother
with this any time soon, provided you have the last RPC patch handy.

Stephan
 

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