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How to Configure DUA to Poll a Media Device (Windows Embedded Standard 2009)

4/23/2012

With the Device Update Agent (DUA) component, you can apply updates to a remotely deployed run-time image. The DUA service runs on the device, by polling a media device (such as a networked hard disk, CD-ROM, or Disk-on-key) for any updates.

QFEs for Windows Embedded Standard cannot be directly applied to a deployed run-time image with DUA. Instead, the files that constitute the QFE must first be extracted. Then, you author a script that copies the files to the device.

You must build a run-time image with the Device Update Agent component added to it before it can be updated.

Step Topic

1. Add the Device Update Agent to your run-time image.

Adding the Device Update Agent Component to Your Run-Time Image

2. Configure Device Update Agent Polling.

Configuring the Device Update Agent Component to Poll a Media Device

3. Create the Device Update Program.

Creating the Device Update Program

4. Add Script commands to update system files, if required.

Update System Files by Using DUA

5. Deploy the Device Update Program to the media device.

Deploying the Device Update Program

6. View the Device Update Agent service actions and verify that the device was updated.

Viewing the Device Update Agent Service Actions

7. If required, start or stop the Device Update Agent running on the device.7

Starting and Stopping the Device Update Agent Service

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