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Default Best way to upgrade from -release to snapshot

I would like to upgrade my 4.5-release installation to a snapshot, I looked at the faq, but I'm not 100% what the best method is.

Can I just download the install46 ISO file, boot from that, and use the Upgrade option (Rather than install)? Does this method work well for snapshots too or only from release to release?

Does this method also address these issues (Such as ``2009/05/20 - new user and group for rpc.rwalld'' for example):
http://www.openbsd.org/faq/current.html
Or do they need to be executed manually?
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