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This is based on Windows XP Service Pack 3, and the security updates which are being released for it are essentially the same ones Microsoft would have pushed out for XP, if it was still doing so. You’ll need to make sure is the proper extension -- so not "txt". Windows will now automatically fetch updates designed for POSReady 2009, ensuring XP remains protected for the foreseeable future.
This is quite annoying, I've already install the important security updates and I don't require the automatic update feature for the time being.
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Service Pack 2 (SP2) is the latest release so it was time for another round of testing.
Naturally, there’s no way of knowing how long this trick will work -- Microsoft could put a stop to it at any moment.
Also, because you’re installing updates for a system other than Windows XP, there’s the possibility that not all updates will work as intended.