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RE: Windows Patch Auditing & "File and Print Sharing" disabled
From: "Robinson A. Malagon Mendoza (Consorcio Colombia)" <Robinson.Malagon () ecopetrol com co>
Date: Thu, 7 May 2009 13:44:09 -0500

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2009/4/30 Mike Drugov <DRUGOVM () nychhc org>:
Hello list,

I need some advise

I'm trying to scan a Windows Network where all end nodes except Domain Controller have "File & Print Sharing" 
disabled.

What I'm trying to get a list of Microsoft Updates that are missing.


So far I tried Nessus & Foundstone and none of them are able to provide a report with missing patches.(I'm able to 
get a report from Domain Controller)

Nessus support stated that "File & Print Sharing" is required for patch auditing


What is my other options?

Thanks


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