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RE: Windows XP "Security Upgrade" SP2
From: "Peadro, Jeff" <jpeaa () allstate com>
Date: Wed, 14 Jul 2004 08:30:27 -0500
If it's like XP RC 2 you will be able to turn off auto updates &
firewall. SP 2 is just enabling those by default.
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Subject: Re: [Full-disclosure] Windows XP "Security Upgrade" SP2
Will I be able to stop it from auto-downloading the patches by default?
After the auto-downlaod I hope I can stop, will I be able to to stop the
auto-install (in case I can't stop the auto-download, of course)?
You see, I am worried about the auto-install following the auto-download
auto-breaking my apps.
Manager, Desktop Services
full-disclosure-admin () lists netsys com wrote on 07/13/2004 12:12:24 PM:
We already know the firewall will be enabled by default.
Will auto download patches be default?
After auto download, will Windows XP auto install the patch by
I hope so.
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