What is the best practice for patching office 2003 admin installations?

What I really would like to do is to use WSUS to patch Office on clients and terminalservers. It seems like WSUS does not patch admin installed office installations, so it's quite useless.

Any good ideas?
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As far as I know isn't it possible to patch an admin installation.
However, the best installation instruction to slipstream Office 2003 I've ever found on the net is available at:
http://www.petri.co.il/one_note_2003_sp_slipstreaming.htm

Roland
Answered 08/11/2005 by: rpfenninger
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Hello,

You wrote :

"It IS possible to patch clients that installed from an Administrative Installation Point (AIP)

The AIP must be at the latest service pack (baseline) only (no post SP patches may exist on the AIP). "

but what do you mean with this?

I have made an AIP with SP1 included. Is it still possible to update the clients with WSUS, or should i downgrade the AIP to standard and than let WSUS do the job.
Answered 11/11/2005 by: sejacru
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