13614RE: [fhctech] Windows 7 upgrade
- Jan 4, 2014That could save you some day. I remember well the day I installed the monthly Windows updates on all the FHC computers only to find that one of the updates caused a serious problem. When I searched to see if others had the problem, I realized I had to rollback the one bad update. If I had waited another week, Microsoft would have corrected their mistake, and I would not have had a problem.So there are times when it is best to just sit back and allow Tivoli to manage your software updates.Dana in Council Bluffs> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Date: Fri, 3 Jan 2014 21:49:49 -0500
> Subject: Re: [fhctech] Windows 7 upgrade
> Unfortunately, Family History has disabled local Windows 7 Updates with this image. You try to go in to establish when the updates should happen, and it says "Never." Even at an "Administrator" level, you cannot decide when to do the Windows 7 updates. This is all controlled from SLC end as they have told me. This was why I was so upset about this image they sent. Also, how would you make an image of one pc when you do not know if all the Windows 7 updates have even been downloaded? I agree that this would be one idea to think about. SLC says that they do not know when the updates are pushed out per their tech support that I contacted at first. Great! Tell me how you get around this one. I am all ears.
> Judith Marcum
> Yuma AZ FHC Computer Specialist
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