Re: Using the /norestart switch

"Marlene" <Marlene@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> I am using SMS 2003 to deploy patches to Windows XP and Windows 2000
> Even I specify the /norestart switch, the clients are rebooting. Does
> /norestart switch work with SMS even if the bulletin specifies "You must
> restart your system after you apply this security update"? and if so,
> might I be doing wrong?

How are you deploying your patches? Singly or as part of SUS/ITMU?

If singly, post an example of your command line option? And, how do you have
your Package/Program "After Running" option set?



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