lwjohns

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  1. Here are the update lists for Windows 10. The AV updates can't be integrated. You will also find that the definition files are quickly outdated within hours. There wouldn't be much need to download them unless you were updating a computer that wasn't connected to the internet. Windows10-x86.ulz Windows10-x64.ulz
  2. It looks like all attachments on MSFN aren't downloading correctly at the moment.
  3. All the updates in this list are Post SP2 updates. Make sure SP2 is installed before attempting to install the updates otherwise you will receive that message.
  4. Each update can be installed by running it. You may want to script it to install all updates in one go using the /quiet /norestart switches. (To integrate the updates into the installation media, extract the msp files and place them in the Updates folder. Any patches placed in this folder will be applied during initial install only.) Full list of supported switches for the patches is as follows: /extract:[path] Extracts the content of the package to the path folder. If a path is not specified, a Browse dialog box appears. /log:[path of log file] Enables verbose logging for the update installation. You must also include the file name in addition to the path information. The command does not create a folder. Therefore, you must use an existing folder name. In addition to the specified file name, a separate log file is created for each .MSI file that you run. /lang:lcid Sets the user interface to the specified locale when multiple locales are available in the package. /quiet Runs the package in silent mode. /passive Runs the update without requiring user interaction. /norestart Prevents prompts to the user when a restart of the computer is needed. /forcerestart Forces a restart of the computer when the update is complete. /? /h /help Displays a help message.
  5. replaced by KB3054946, however as KB3039779 is a "security" update and KB3054946 is only a standard update, Windows Update will show both. And now these have been replaced by KB3055001 + KB3055014
  6. That was in the list, but must have been deleted somewhere along the line. It only applies to the 32 bit version of office and as I run x64 it wasn't noticed. I'll add it back into the x86 list when I update it in about two weeks.
  7. I disable the first run wizard in my autounattend.xml ... <component name="Microsoft-Windows-IE-InternetExplorer" processorArchitecture="amd64" publicKeyToken="31bf3856ad364e35" language="neutral" versionScope="nonSxS" xmlns:wcm="http://schemas.microsoft.com/WMIConfig/2002/State" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"> <DisableFirstRunWizard>true</DisableFirstRunWizard> <Home_Page>https://www.google.com/webhp?complete=0</Home_Page> <SuggestedSitesEnabled>false</SuggestedSitesEnabled> <CompatibilityViewDomains>microsoft.com</CompatibilityViewDomains> </component>HTH Or modify the registry when you are creating the image file - I have mounted the WIM at D:\Sources\Win7\Mount - modify to suit. REG load HKLM\Mount D:\Sources\Win7\Mount\Windows\System32\config\SOFTWARE REG add "HKLM\Mount\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main" /v "DisableFirstRunCustomize" /t REG_DWORD /d 1 REG unload HKLM\Mount
  8. I'm no longer using Windows 7 so it's not on the top of things for me to do. They may be updates from time to time, but won't be every month.
  9. 99% of the updates are global and will work on any version, but there are a few that are English only updates.
  10. You need to extract the msp files from the downloaded files first before placing in the updates folder. SP2 files need to there too. Be aware that SP2 needs to installed before the post SP2 updates. The files in the updates folder are applied in alphabetical order so you may need to adjust the SP2 filenames so that they get applied first.
  11. KB975051 is replaced by KB2760494 KB980373 is replaced by KB2449798 KB2817480 is replaced by KB2850047 KB2501584 is already included - under security updates - downloads as OFV.exe KB2543854 is already included - under non-security updates - downloads as APDATA.cab
  12. The Office 2013 list has 40 updates - do you have that one selected?
  13. WUD 2.50 iPad Air - all models iPad mini 2nd Gen - all models iPadiOS8.0.ulz
  14. WUD seems to freeze when trying to download files larger than 2GB. The file is created with a size of 0 KB and it doesn't go any further.
  15. Wrong file selected while uploading. Fixed now.