Here is the basic script I'm using to install the updates, it's very straightforward...
@echo off echo %time% echo. wusa KB2479943.msu /quiet /norestart wusa KB2491683.msu /quiet /norestart wusa KB2506014.msu /quiet /norestart wusa KB2506212.msu /quiet /norestart wusa KB2506928.msu /quiet /norestart echo. echo%time% pause
This is just a sample with 5 updates but the complete script contains about 70 updates which is taking well over an hour to complete!
I've already created slipstreamed builds with these updates which work just fine for clean installs. The reason I'm doing it like this is for my installs of NON-slipstreamed builds, so that I can install all critical updates without having to re-downloaded them every time. I don't wanna use WSUS Offline because it only installs Critical Updates and I want to install other updates in addition to the Critical Updates.
I've already tried disabling System Restore but to no avail. Just looking for some other ideas which would be causing the updates to take so long to install.
Edited by XenonKilla, 24 April 2013 - 10:16 PM.