LANDesk Management - updates

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Postby russellhltn » Sat Mar 13, 2010 3:04 pm

pete_arnett wrote:As of Saturday p.m., 13Mar2010

Administrative (MLS) desktops:

MS10-015: kb977165
Vulnerabilities in Windows kernel could allow elevation of privilege

MS10-016: kb975561
Vulnerability in Windows Movie Maker could allow remote code execution

and a Landesk deployment file 0_winxp_ENU.1268395212.0_winxp_ENU.1268395212.xmlz

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Family History Centers (FHC) desktops:

MS10-016: kb975561
Vulnerability in Windows Movie Maker could allow remote code execution


Huh? I'm missing the context.
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Postby mkmurray » Sun Mar 14, 2010 3:52 pm

RussellHltn wrote:Huh? I'm missing the context.

Must be recent patches being delivered via the new security software system on the admin/FHC computers?

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Postby russellhltn » Sun Mar 14, 2010 8:44 pm

mkmurray wrote:Must be recent patches being delivered via the new security software system on the admin/FHC computers?


Maybe. But I'd like to see that explained.
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Postby aebrown » Sun Mar 14, 2010 9:07 pm

pete_arnett wrote:As of Saturday p.m., 13Mar2010


I'm also trying to understand the purpose of this post. The updates that are delivered to various computers running LANDesk will vary, depending on the operating system of the target system, and perhaps other configuration settings. So I don't see it as particularly useful to post to the forum some set of updates that you may happen to have seen on your ward or stake's computers.
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Postby pete_arnett-p40 » Tue Mar 16, 2010 3:10 pm

My post is just a reminder for techs that have to do a manual updates to their Admin and FHC desktops about which updates have been released by headquarters

Also, there is a post somewhere that states that a FHC desktop with LANDesk needs to be turned on for at least four (4) hours so that LANDesk will do updates
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Postby russellhltn » Tue Mar 16, 2010 4:08 pm

pete_arnett wrote:My post is just a reminder for techs that have to do a manual updates to their Admin and FHC desktops about which updates have been released by headquarters


Is this really being pushed though LANDesk or at least via the Church? Because it looks the same as "Patch Tuesday" Microsoft Automatic updates.
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Postby pete_arnett-p40 » Mon Apr 05, 2010 4:54 pm

For those Stake Technology Specialist (STS) who do manual updates to their Administrative (MLS) and FHC desktops

The following update has been released by headquarters and was deployed on Monday, 05Apr2010, at 12:43 hours

Administrative (MLS) desktops:
MS10-018: kb980182 (Just over 9.27 Mbytes)
Cumulative security update for Internet Explorer
Resolves vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer that could allow remote code execution if a user views a specially crafted Web page using Internet Explorer

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Family History Centers (FHC) desktops:
None
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Postby pete_arnett-p40 » Wed Apr 14, 2010 2:47 pm

For those Stake Technology Specialist (STS) who do manual updates to their Administrative (MLS) and FHC desktops

The following update has been released by headquarters and was deployed on Wednesday, 14Apr2010, at 17:47 hours

Administrative (MLS) desktops:
QuickTime Player Version 7.6.6 for Windows

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Family History Centers (FHC) desktops:
None
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Postby pete_arnett-p40 » Fri Apr 16, 2010 7:11 am

For those Stake Technology Specialist (STS) who do manual updates to their Administrative (MLS) and FHC desktops

The following updates have been released by headquarters and deployment was started on Friday, 16Apr2010, at 08:42 hours (EDT)

Administrative (MLS) desktops:
Friday, 16Apr2010
8 patches were released
...Your count may vary depending on your software configuration, how often your desktops are on for more
...than four (4) hours, and how often you do a manual LANDesk Security Scan

0_winxp_ENU.1271415612.xmlz : 959,411 bytes in 0:01:09.234 seconds, bandwidth 13.5327 kb/s
windowsxp-kb977816-x86-enu.-PFgnA.exe : 681,336 bytes in 0:00:57.672 seconds, bandwidth 11.5371 kb/s
windowsxp-kb978338-x86-enu.-wgpRw.exe : 637,816 bytes in 0:00:50.281 seconds, bandwidth 12.3877 kb/s
windowsxp-kb978601-x86-enu.-hHB5g.exe : 576,376 bytes in 0:01:02.047 seconds, bandwidth 9.0716 kb/s
windowsxp-kb979309-x86-enu._EOy_w.exe : 530,296 bytes in 0:00:45.735 seconds, bandwidth 11.3232 kb/s
windowsxp-kb979683-x86-enu.-KWsxQ.exe : 2,870,136 bytes in 0:04:49.437 seconds, bandwidth 9.6839 kb/s
windowsxp-kb980232-x86-enu.-DC8Sw.exe : 729,976 bytes in 0:01:04.328 seconds, bandwidth 11.0818 kb/s
windowsxp-kb981349-x86-enu._hiB1Q.exe : 684,920 bytes in 0:01:01.938 seconds, bandwidth 10.7990 kb/s
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Family History Centers (FHC) desktops:
The following were upgraded using the LANDesk Software Deployment Portal
1) RootsMagic 4.0.8.3 was released on Tuesday, 13Apr2010
2) Ordinance Tracker (2010.3.24.0) Version 2010.3.24.0
This version will work with changes made to the new FamilySearch website the end of March 2010.
Older versions will not connect to the new FamilySearch website after these changes go into effect.

Monday, 12Apr2010
QuickTime 766 Installer was installed on Monday 12Apr2010 during an over four (4) hours period that the desktop was powered on

Friday, 16Apr2010
17 patches were released
...Your count may vary depending on your software configuration, how often your desktops are on for more
...than four (4) hours, and how often you do a manual LANDesk Security Scan
winxp_ENU.1271362787.xmlz : 1,926,235 bytes in 0:00:12.078 seconds, bandwidth 155.7451 kb/s
PowerOptionConfiguer.dll : 237,568 bytes in 0:00:03.078 seconds, bandwidth 75.3736 kb/s
ie7mui-x86-enu.-wko9A.exe : 35,841,144 bytes in 0:02:52.531 seconds, bandwidth 202.8686 kb/s
atl80sp1-kb973923-x86-DLl8w.exe : 730,968 bytes in 0:00:06.579 seconds, bandwidth 108.5022 kb/s
atl90sp1-kb973924-x86_pOJgw.exe : 722,792 bytes in 0:00:08.578 seconds, bandwidth 82.2863 kb/s
LD-88-VCUpdate-08-09-Client.zip : 3,667,860 bytes in 0:00:31.985 seconds, bandwidth 111.9867 kb/s
LD-88-Rollup-07-09-Client.zip : 1,195,759 bytes in 0:00:13.344 seconds, bandwidth 87.5100 kb/s
ICFConfig-v6.exe : 156,160 bytes in 0:00:03.297 seconds, bandwidth 46.2542 kb/s
AdbeRdrUpd931_all_incr.msp : 5,527,040 bytes in 0:00:43.156 seconds, bandwidth 125.0695 kb/s
windows-kb890830-v3.5.-TKNzg.exe : 9,823,176 bytes in 0:00:52.953 seconds, bandwidth 181.1596 kb/s
windows-kb890830-v3.6._QvjVA.exe : 10,043,336 bytes in 0:00:43.937 seconds, bandwidth 223.2275 kb/s
windowsxp-kb977816-x86-enu.-PFgnA.exe from peer 10.246.190.12
windowsxp-kb978601-x86-enu.-hHB5g.exe : 576,376 bytes in 0:00:05.329 seconds, bandwidth 105.6234 kb/s
windowsxp-kb979309-x86-enu._EOy_w.exe from peer 10.246.190.12
windowsxp-kb979683-x86-enu.-KWsxQ.exe from peer 10.246.190.16
windowsxp-kb979683-x86-enu.-KWsxQ.exe from peer 10.246.190.16
windowsxp-kb979683-x86-enu.-KWsxQ.exe from peer 10.246.190.12
windowsxp-kb980232-x86-enu.-DC8Sw.exe from peer 10.246.190.16
windowsxp-kb980232-x86-enu.-DC8Sw.exe from peer 10.246.190.16
windowsxp-kb980232-x86-enu.-DC8Sw.exe from peer 10.246.190.16
windowsxp-kb980232-x86-enu.-DC8Sw.exe from peer 10.246.190.16
windowsxp-kb980232-x86-enu.-DC8Sw.exe from peer 10.246.190.12
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Postby lajackson » Sat Apr 17, 2010 8:25 am

pete_arnett wrote:For those Stake Technology Specialist (STS) who do manual updates to their Administrative (MLS) and FHC desktops

The following updates have been released by headquarters and deployment was started on Friday, 16Apr2010, at 08:42 hours (EDT)

Administrative (MLS) desktops:
Friday, 16Apr2010
8 patches were released
...Your count may vary depending on your software configuration, how often your desktops are on for more
...than four (4) hours, and how often you do a manual LANDesk Security Scan


. . . etc.

I guess I am curious as to how this information is helpful to me. Our admin boxes are on dialup.

Does this mean if I leave my boxes on for four hours (or however long) they will update with all of this stuff?

Or does this mean my boxes will not update and I should try to find all of these updates somewhere else and flash drive them to my 15 computers during my semi-annual tour of my stake that is 150 miles x 250 miles and no longer has a telephone service provider?

Or am I Ok if I do not do anything, and just let the computers run as they have been running for the last six years, because they still run just fine on Windows XP Service Pack 1? (Oh, wait. I think Desktop 5.5 took them to SP2.)


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