Configuration options available for updating xp

30-Mar-2020 07:16

If you’re running Windows XP on a network, it’s possible that your network security settings could stop you from using the Windows Update feature.

When you open the Automatic Updates tab in My Computer Property sheet, or from Control Panel, all of the Automatic Updates configuration options may be grayed out.

We strongly recommend that you do not disable the update feature.

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Running Windows Update ensures that your PC has the latest security patches and changes to XP, and it gives you the opportunity to install optional drivers and software.

High-priority updates include security updates, critical updates, and service packs.

Convenience You don't have to remember to visit the Windows Update Web site or other online security sites to get updates.

Desktop Central's network-neutral architecture helps administrators to install Microsoft updates to computers in Active Directory, Workgroup, and Novell e Directory based networks.

The computers to be updated can be in the same LAN or distributed across WAN.

Running Windows Update ensures that your PC has the latest security patches and changes to XP, and it gives you the opportunity to install optional drivers and software.

High-priority updates include security updates, critical updates, and service packs.

Convenience You don't have to remember to visit the Windows Update Web site or other online security sites to get updates.

Desktop Central's network-neutral architecture helps administrators to install Microsoft updates to computers in Active Directory, Workgroup, and Novell e Directory based networks.

The computers to be updated can be in the same LAN or distributed across WAN.

More information on this policy can be obtained here.