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Old March 26th 10, 08:19 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.security_admin
Budster
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Default KB953297 .Net Framework patch-suppress reboot on silent installati

Is there any way to suppress the reboot on silent installations of .Net 1.1
Framework patches? KB953297 is one of them and we've also seen it previously
with any type of patch for .Net Framework.

I've been using /q, /qb and /qn switches and none of them can stop the
system from rebooting right after the patch has installed. We want to push
the patch using SCCM and we want the users to do reboot at their convenience
rather than having their system reboot on them after the patch is installed.
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Old March 26th 10, 09:42 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.security_admin
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Default KB953297 .Net Framework patch-suppress reboot on silent installati

Budster wrote:
Is there any way to suppress the reboot on silent installations of .Net 1.1
Framework patches? KB953297 is one of them and we've also seen it previously
with any type of patch for .Net Framework.

I've been using /q, /qb and /qn switches and none of them can stop the
system from rebooting right after the patch has installed. We want to push
the patch using SCCM and we want the users to do reboot at their convenience
rather than having their system reboot on them after the patch is installed.



Use the /norestart switch. That being said ... I would not allow this
update to be installed without the required reboot occurring immediately
afterwards due to .NET's notorious fragility in regards to updating it.


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Old April 6th 10, 07:46 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.security_admin
Budster
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Default KB953297 .Net Framework patch-suppress reboot on silent instal

Thanks MowGreen, that works! I'm kicking myself that I didn't check this out
for myself by trying to run the patch with /? because it explains all the
switches that can be used and, wouldn't you know it, /norestart is there.

I've been looking at this on/off for the past week and even got Microsoft
Support involved. Their support group in China is still trying to figure out
what I'm asking.

"MowGreen" wrote:

Budster wrote:
Is there any way to suppress the reboot on silent installations of .Net 1.1
Framework patches? KB953297 is one of them and we've also seen it previously
with any type of patch for .Net Framework.

I've been using /q, /qb and /qn switches and none of them can stop the
system from rebooting right after the patch has installed. We want to push
the patch using SCCM and we want the users to do reboot at their convenience
rather than having their system reboot on them after the patch is installed.



Use the /norestart switch. That being said ... I would not allow this
update to be installed without the required reboot occurring immediately
afterwards due to .NET's notorious fragility in regards to updating it.


MowGreen
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Never Forgotten
================

banthecheck.com
"Security updates should *never* have *non-security content* prechecked
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