WSUS Offline Update allows you to safely and quickly update any computer running Microsoft Windows safely without an Internet connection.
- NOTE: This version will be the very last one supporting Windows XP and Office 2003 (see http://support.microsoft.com/lifecycle/?p1=3223 and http://support.microsoft.com/lifecycle/?p1=2488)
- Windows 8.1 Update 1 (kb2919355) integrated (Thanks to "Gerby", "aker", "boco" and the community)
- HashDeep utility updated to version 4.4 (Thanks to St. Christensen)
- DoUpdate.cmd script will now also log OS revision number (Thanks to "Dirk67")
- Fix: Excluded download of kb2927581 (Update Rollup 1.2 for Windows MultiPoint Server 2011 on Windows Server 2008 R2 systems)
- Fix: Linux script CreateISOImage.sh wildcard processing (Thanks to H. Hullen)
Reviewing 9.0 (Mar 7, 2014)
a fantastic tool Microsoft should have done something like this long ago..
Reviewing 8.9 (Feb 12, 2014)
a must have tool for any tech!
Reviewing 8.8 (Dec 14, 2013)
Had the infamous svchost using high cpu problem with latest XP updates. Used this cool utility to download all the updates since SP3. I then manually installed the updates for this month and it fixed my issue (couldn't run the update.bat file since the high cpu kept it from running right). I didn't know what update fixed the issue at that time (do now, but not when I needed the fix, hence used this program to retrieve the updates). Thanks a heap. :)
Reviewing 8.7.2 (Nov 4, 2013)
This has become an essential piece of kit.
Why have auto updates on several machines when you can have them all ready to go in one place? Great for sys admins, repair techs, and those who format often.
Reviewing 8.6 (Oct 12, 2013)
Great - helped a lot to sort out a computer which literally froze-up whenever its dongle went on to the internet... it was spending hours trying to get and install windows updates from the internet which was proving to be a total complete and utter nightmare. Anyhow WSUSoffline came to the rescue by allowing me to download updates with my employer's fast internet access (sponging again, I know) and then take them home on a memory stick! It battles a bit with Avast, which I have to turn off temporarily to get WSUS to do its things at both ends, but apart from that it seems to do a really great job.
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