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Maybe new CU update are better to bring up to date a new installation, but in general they install longer (i'm seeing this as Windows 2008 servers updating twice as fast by pulling 8-10 separate updates, than Windows 2008 R2/2012 updating with just a few CU updates). When all PCs in the network are ...
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Hi John, Thanks for the update. I would like to say that, overall, the new cumulative update system for Windows 7 has made it easier for our organisation to keep our machines up to date, so good work on using this strategy. Jay
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don't understand I don't need all the bells & whistles I only have need for correspondence and journal/ won't (the truth, please) won't Evernote replace my needs?
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How does this change tie into MDT driven deployments? Current version supports legacy LPs - does this mean that a PowerShell-based wrapper is now required to install language packs at deployment time or will there be an MDT update to address this change?
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Going forward LXPs will be part of the language pack ISOs. So if you are doing media based update on enterprise machines, you will be able to install LXPs from the ISO similar to how language packs are installed today. You do not need to go to the Microsoft Store.
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