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We like the fact that Portable Update gives us a lot of information about the computer.
We can view the serial number of the operating system along with architecture type and more.
The computers don't have an internet connection (only a small intranet) and have never been updated since first install.
I have been using WSUS for the last two years at home and in many enterprise environments. For most of the base operating systems and products the installers for Service Packs are provided as separate downloads or as slipstreamed installation discs.
Another alternative is using IPCop In short, Auto Patcher combines the advantage of both Windows Update (presentation and description of updates and automated installation), and the special administrative updates (portability and installation without the need of an Internet connection).
Microsoft offers their Service Packs in standalone "administrator installer" formats (along with, as Lance mentioned, some of their hotfixes and patches). If you want something that will automatically grab updates from an Internet connected PC, try Windows Updates Downloader.
It will grab all of the updates your system needs, so you can just take them to the PC and launch the installers.