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hi i am searching for a autoit script that can run microsoft update and install all updates.. is there already something like this ???

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Moved to General Help and Support.

Example Scripts is not the place to ask questions.


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dark lol with that command you cant make a script that works on computers with another resolution then is then ix the x and the y different(A) it needs to work in different computers

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dark lol with that command you cant make a script that works on computers with another resolution then is then ix the x and the y different(A) it needs to work in different computers

didn't you ment 'bout the user, did you ?

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if you have another resolution 1280X1024 or 1024x786 then the Y and X coordinates are different so that wont work and secend

the one computer have more update then another computer,

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Someone else posted this the other day, so I take no credit.

#include <date.au3>

 $updateSession = ObjCreate("Microsoft.update.Session")
 $updateSearcher = $updateSession.CreateupdateSearcher()

ConsoleWrite ("Searching for updates..." & @CRLF)

 $searchResult = $updateSearcher.Search("IsInstalled=0 and Type='Software'")

ConsoleWrite ("List of applicable items on the machine:")
For $I = 0 To $searchResult.Updates.Count-1
     $update = $searchResult.Updates.Item($I)
    ConsoleWrite ($I + 1 & "> " & $update.Title & @CR)
Next

If $searchResult.Updates.Count = 0 Then
    ConsoleWrite ("There are no applicable updates.")
    Exit
EndIf

ConsoleWrite (@CRLF & "Creating collection of updates to download:")
 $updatesToDownload = ObjCreate("Microsoft.update.UpdateColl")

For $I = 0 to $searchResult.Updates.Count-1
     $update = $searchResult.Updates.Item($I)
    ConsoleWrite ($I + 1 & "> adding: " & $update.Title & @CR)
    $updatesToDownload.Add($update)
Next

ConsoleWrite (@CRLF & "Downloading updates...")
 $downloader = $updateSession.CreateUpdateDownloader() 
$downloader.Updates = $updatesToDownload
$downloader.Download()

ConsoleWrite ( @CRLF & "List of downloaded updates:")
For $I = 0 To $searchResult.Updates.Count-1
     $update = $searchResult.Updates.Item($I)
    If $update.IsDownloaded Then
       ConsoleWrite ($I + 1 & "> " & $update.Title & @CR)
    EndIf
Next

 $updatesToInstall = ObjCreate("Microsoft.update.UpdateColl")

ConsoleWrite ( @CRLF & "Creating collection of downloaded updates to install:" )
For $I = 0 To $searchResult.Updates.Count-1
     $update = $searchResult.Updates.Item($I)
    If $update.IsDownloaded = 1 Then
       ConsoleWrite ($I + 1 & "> adding:  " & $update.Title & @CR)
       $updatesToInstall.Add($update)
    EndIf
Next

ConsoleWrite (@CRLF & "Installing updates...")
     $installer = $updateSession.CreateUpdateInstaller()
    $installer.Updates = $updatesToInstall
     $installationResult = $installer.Install()
    
    ;Output results of install
    ConsoleWrite ("Installation Result: " & $installationResult.ResultCode )
    ConsoleWrite ("Listing of updates installed " & "and individual installation results:" )
    For $I = 0 to $updatesToInstall.Count - 1
        ConsoleWrite ($I + 1 & "> " & $updatesToInstall.Item($I).Title & ": " & $installationResult.GetUpdateResult($I).ResultCode & @CR)
    Next

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Someone else posted this the other day, so I take no credit.

#include <date.au3>

 $updateSession = ObjCreate("Microsoft.update.Session")
 $updateSearcher = $updateSession.CreateupdateSearcher()

ConsoleWrite ("Searching for updates..." & @CRLF)

 $searchResult = $updateSearcher.Search("IsInstalled=0 and Type='Software'")

ConsoleWrite ("List of applicable items on the machine:")
For $I = 0 To $searchResult.Updates.Count-1
     $update = $searchResult.Updates.Item($I)
    ConsoleWrite ($I + 1 & "> " & $update.Title & @CR)
Next

If $searchResult.Updates.Count = 0 Then
    ConsoleWrite ("There are no applicable updates.")
    Exit
EndIf

ConsoleWrite (@CRLF & "Creating collection of updates to download:")
 $updatesToDownload = ObjCreate("Microsoft.update.UpdateColl")

For $I = 0 to $searchResult.Updates.Count-1
     $update = $searchResult.Updates.Item($I)
    ConsoleWrite ($I + 1 & "> adding: " & $update.Title & @CR)
    $updatesToDownload.Add($update)
Next

ConsoleWrite (@CRLF & "Downloading updates...")
 $downloader = $updateSession.CreateUpdateDownloader() 
$downloader.Updates = $updatesToDownload
$downloader.Download()

ConsoleWrite ( @CRLF & "List of downloaded updates:")
For $I = 0 To $searchResult.Updates.Count-1
     $update = $searchResult.Updates.Item($I)
    If $update.IsDownloaded Then
       ConsoleWrite ($I + 1 & "> " & $update.Title & @CR)
    EndIf
Next

 $updatesToInstall = ObjCreate("Microsoft.update.UpdateColl")

ConsoleWrite ( @CRLF & "Creating collection of downloaded updates to install:" )
For $I = 0 To $searchResult.Updates.Count-1
     $update = $searchResult.Updates.Item($I)
    If $update.IsDownloaded = 1 Then
       ConsoleWrite ($I + 1 & "> adding:  " & $update.Title & @CR)
       $updatesToInstall.Add($update)
    EndIf
Next

ConsoleWrite (@CRLF & "Installing updates...")
     $installer = $updateSession.CreateUpdateInstaller()
    $installer.Updates = $updatesToInstall
     $installationResult = $installer.Install()
    
    ;Output results of install
    ConsoleWrite ("Installation Result: " & $installationResult.ResultCode )
    ConsoleWrite ("Listing of updates installed " & "and individual installation results:" )
    For $I = 0 to $updatesToInstall.Count - 1
        ConsoleWrite ($I + 1 & "> " & $updatesToInstall.Item($I).Title & ": " & $installationResult.GetUpdateResult($I).ResultCode & @CR)
    Next

hmm wehn i execute the code i see something below in autoit the code he is searching for updates thats nice and olso downloaden but then i get an error and secend i think this tool need a GUI because else you cant see whats happening??

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