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As a best-practice approach to implementing a managed rollout of Windows XP SP2, customers are encouraged to use a corporate update management solution such as Systems Management Server (SMS) 2003 or Software Update Services (SUS).

The following section details considerations for deploying Windows XP SP2 using SUS.

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For the vast majority of SUS implementations, server and network load will not be a concern and SUS administrators will not have to take mitigation actions described below, although it is recommended that the SUS administrator monitor the performance and load on the SUS server when the update is initially approved.

Under ideal conditions for a dedicated SUS server, assuming a 100 Mbps server network card capacity with 20% of this capacity consumed as overhead, it will take approximately 30 seconds for a SUS client to download the Windows XP SP2 update from the server.

Your Mac then notifies you when the updates are ready to install.

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For assistance with the installation of a graphics driver, contact the manufacturer of the computer or the manufacturer of the computer's graphics card.

Windows Update clients normally download updates over an Internet connection, although Microsoft makes provision for installing updates on computers without an Internet connection and a range of alternative methods and programs also exist to install updates. Security updates or critical updates protect against vulnerabilities to malware and security exploits.

Other updates correct errors unrelated to security, or enhance functionality.

Windows Vista and later provide a Control Panel to configure update settings and check for updates.

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