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If waiting for all the updates to install doesn’t appeal, an alternative is to have a program store and automatically install the updates for you from a USB stick or external hard drive.While it isn’t as quick as a slipstreamed disc, this method is an awful lot quicker than waiting for everything to be downloaded and installed from the internet, and can be left to it while you go and do something else.
Will this be an issue with updates and talking back to the server? EDIT: I removed Sys Center 2012 Config manager and endpoint protection, removed from the domain then cloned computer without sysprep-ing.That sequence will properly create distinct the GUID, UUID and SID values, which will prevent the problems that arise from having [improperly] cloned machines in the same SCCM hierarchy or Active Directory domain.The only thing I'll add to Hopeless' answer is that if you sysprep w/ SCCM there's a task sequence step to prep the config Mgr client for capture, which presumably handles clearing that stuff.This is an essential tool to save serious amounts of time and effort. WSUS Offline Update Formally called c’t Update, WSUS Offline Update is another tool that can update a number of Windows operating systems to the latest patches, and also keep nearly all versions of Microsoft Office up to date too.Although like Autopatcher in a lot of ways, there’s also some differences.If I was to sysprep after following all of these steps will I still have the problems that was mentioned in the comments of this question?
Yes, having a cloned machine will cause problems with both SCCM and (WSUS) updating.The issue with duplicate client UUID/GUIDS is discussed in this technet blog here.Because this is generated at install time, you should not clone a machine with an SCCM client installed, so uninstall it before cloning, and install it on the clone after completing a sysprep. Likewise, you shouldn't clone a machine that's domain-joined, as this can cause problems with Active Directory.Having just installed Windows 7 to see how many updates are available for the most popular version of Windows, it’s quite shocking to see it has 117 important updates ready to be downloaded!And that obviously doesn’t include recommended updates like the multitude of newer .Critical or important patches will be ticked already, those in blue are currently installed on your system and don’t need selecting unless there is a specific need to do so.