Just looking for clarification on the command line.

Based on whats here:
http://itninja.com/question/what-is-the-connect.dat-file?8

Is below correct for deploying multiple patches? I am not patching the admin install point, but whats already installed.
msiexec.exe /p \\server\share\patch1.msp
msiexec.exe /p \\server\share\patch2.msp
msiexec.exe /p \\server\share\patch3.msp
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The answer is yes.

This is the commands I used.
msiexec.exe /p \\server\share\patch1.msp /liwear "%LOGFILEDIR%\%PATCH1%.LOG" /qn
msiexec.exe /p \\server\share\patch2.msp /liwear "%LOGFILEDIR%\%PATCH2%.LOG" /qn
msiexec.exe /p \\server\share\patch3.msp /liwear "%LOGFILEDIR%\%PATCH3%.LOG" /qn
Answered 12/12/2011 by: jmaclaurin
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[url]http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/aa370576(v=vs.85).aspx[/url]

msiexec /i "install.msi" PATCH="patch.msp;patch2.msp;patch3.msp" /qb
Answered 12/12/2011 by: GrGrGr
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Thanks, I'd try that but each patch is for a different msi.
Answered 12/13/2011 by: jmaclaurin
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