steven4554

Post-SP2 Updates for Office 2007 (Discontinued!)

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@i2paq

Have included all the 17 critical and 10 optional updates for Office 2007 Post SP2 in my 10/22/2009 ULZ file.

Find it here.

If you do not like the format I used (all updates in a single ULZ), it would be easy for someone to copy the Office specific updates into the existing ULZ (don't forget to change the Category from 7 to 1)

I'm keeping this list current for MDL with W7 x86/x64 - W2K8 R2 - Office 07 SP2 - Visual Studio SP 1 support for now. But will continue to upload to MSFN as well.

Here's a snip you can use to run all the Office exe's (17 critical updates). Place it in the same folder as your updates (no spaces in path)

OfficeUpdates.cmd

IF EXIST "%~dp0*.exe" (FOR /F "tokens=*" %%A IN ('DIR /B  "%~dp0*.exe"') DO (start /wait %~dp0%%A /quiet /norestart))

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@steven4554, I'm new to the WUD but I do like the concept.

How can I add downloads to the list so it will be up-to-date?

Thanks.

And to better answer you question (for future readers too), the way I have been doing it, is open Windows Update and run a manual scan.

Then I highlight all the Updates and right click > Copy Details and paste that into a temporary text file.

Each update looks like this.

Security Update for Microsoft Office Publisher 2007 (KB969693)

Download size: 3.9 MB

You may need to restart your computer for this update to take effect.

Update type: Important

A security vulnerability exists in Microsoft Office Publisher 2007 that could allow arbitrary code to run when a maliciously modified file is opened. This update resolves the vulnerability so that Microsoft Office Publisher 2007 documents are handled appropriately.

More information:
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=D4B0665D-5744-49C7-A3C0-F231FD08D3B8&displaylang=en

Help and Support:
http://support.microsoft.com/?LN=en-us

From there I have links to the direct download page, KB, Description, Title, etc. Then I manually copy this information into a custom UL-XML generator to create syntax for the Update List entries.

Otherwise, it can be done by hand, but is very cumbersome.

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@steven4554, I'm new to the WUD but I do like the concept.

How can I add downloads to the list so it will be up-to-date?

Thanks.

And to better answer you question (for future readers too), the way I have been doing it, is open Windows Update and run a manual scan.

Then I highlight all the Updates and right click > Copy Details and paste that into a temporary text file.

Just to be sure: I go to the Windows Update website?

I tried this in XP but I see no downloadlinks (sorry if I sound stupid I just want to understand) :rolleyes:

Do you know the WSUSOffline tool? Looks a little like yours.

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Here is the file that will let you download Service Pack 2 and Post-SP2 updates up to 13th October 2009!

Thank you Steven4554 for loot... :thumbup

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@steven4554, I'm new to the WUD but I do like the concept.

How can I add downloads to the list so it will be up-to-date?

Thanks.

Sorry i haven't been around to answer your question i2Paq, had trouble with my cable bill, so was without the internet until today.

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Nice work!

Some changes:

- KB972363 replaces KB969907 (older one is in the list)

- KB974631 replaces KB974561 and KB969613 (the three are in the list)

- KB977724 was withdrawn in March and replaced with KB980210.

See here: http://blogs.technet.com/b/office_sustained_engineering/archive/2010/03/11/issues-with-office-after-installing-kb977724.aspx

- KB982331 replaces KB978380 and KB969679 (older two are in the list)

- KB982312 replaces KB981715 (both are in the list)

Additional updates:

KB969559

KB972363

KB972581

KB974234

KB979441

KB980729

KB982124

KB982331

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Thanks RetroOS, I have now corrected and re-uploaded a new UL's. :thumbup

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Thanks RetroOS, I have now corrected and re-uploaded a new UL's. :thumbup

One more update to add:

- KB973709

Also, you could add the Help files updates too.

Maybe in their own section?

KB963662

KB963663

KB963665

KB963667

KB963669

KB963670

KB963671

KB963673

KB963677

KB963678

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Thanks, but i don't include the viewers in my UL's, as for the other updates (help files) i also don't bother to include them either, the only products in the Office 2007 and 2010 suites that I update are listed below:-

1. Word

2. PowerPoint

3. Excel

4. Access

5. Outlook (including junk mail filter update)

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Thanks, but i don't include the viewers in my UL's, as for the other updates (help files) i also don't bother to include them either, the only products in the Office 2007 and 2010 suites that I update are listed below:-

1. Word

2. PowerPoint

3. Excel

4. Access

5. Outlook (including junk mail filter update)

However, some Office 2007 suites also include Publisher, OneNote, and Visio Viewer.

Anyway, it's your list.

Thanks for compiling it.

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