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From: offthecuff at (Andy Cuff [talisker])
Subject: Automating patch deployment

Hi George
Not sure about free, but SecurityExpressions from Pedestal and LANGuard from
GFI software are both cost effective fix deployment solutions, as always if
you discover more please let me know and I'll update my host scanning pages
accordingly.  I've never included a field on the site for this before but
feel it's a good cause as most of us are looking for such tools to ease the
Windows experience.
Whilst I'm on this soapbox IMHO MS have actually improved their
vulnerability rectification process, though some may say it's about bl**dy
time and if the code was secure in the first place would it be necessary

take care
Taliskers Network Security Tools
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "George Peek" <>
To: <>; <>
Cc: "George Peek" <>
Sent: Tuesday, August 05, 2003 9:36 PM
Subject: [Full-Disclosure] Automating patch deployment

> We have two networks, one AD and one NT4.0. We can not use AD to deploy
> patch packages to workstations that are not part of the AD (Active
> Directory), but are part of the NT domain. Not really interested in
> purchasing SMS as it seems too costly (why should we?). Considering
> HFNetChkPro 4 to automate the deployment of patches to our workstations
> servers, as doing it manually is far too costly and time consuming for the
> company. Are there any other utilities or software that anyone (possibly
> free?) recommends that could be used to simplify patch deployment and
> management to every workstation and server. We use Windows NT, 2000 and XP
> workstation products, and NT4.0/2000/2000 Adv server products.
> Thank You,
> George K. Peek
> Network Specialist
> Allstate Ticketing
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