Security Release ISO Image provides you with a very handy standard DVD5 image file (ISO-9660) packing all the security updates released through the Windows Update service prior to a specific date. This way, you are able to better manage large computer networks that have various language requirements for each and every update or not utilizing any automated solution for this particular matter.
As an administrator of such networks, Security Release ISO Image helps you by performing several updates in any given language simultaneously. This particular software collection supports a wide range of operating systems comprising Windows XP, Vista, 2003, 2008, 7 and even 8 with all their service packs (excluding XP which is only supported if SP3 is installed).
The whole idea behind these monthly releases is that to burn the ISO image files upon every one of them and thus organize a collection, as this month’s release only consists of the latest security updates since the last one and not a cumulative version due to the huge amount of space that would require.
This does not mean that you cannot create custom ISO files encasing just the security updates for a specific operating system and even one exact version of it. By doing this, you can bring a high number of security updates together on the same medium and build a slimmer, more efficient collection both in disc count and deployment time.
All in all, the Security Release ISO Image is a must-have tool for any system administrator and can also prove to be an essential piece of any user’s arsenal when it comes to automating the process of security updates installation. Nonetheless, this distinct software package can increase the deployment speed of Windows updates by, at least, skipping download times.