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MrJinje

W7-W2K8 UL file

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I built a new W7/W2K8 UL XML file for my own personal use, I imagine some of you can re-use the legwork and get a real ULZ going for W7 x86/x64 and W2K8 R2 now. I didn't follow the listed schema guideline, but it shouldn't be to hard to fix, included every update I could find and a few definitions too.

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EDIT: Attached batch scripted version that will download both W7 x86 and W7 x64 updates for later WIM integration.

Coming Soon - Office 2007 SP 2 and XP Mode SP3 support.

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Windows_7_R2_Updates_Pack_10_13_2009.7z

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Current Updates List - 11-10-2009

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If i may ask how did you creat te list i want to creat it to only for the dutch X64 version.

thanks

Oxin

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Only one update this month, here is a drop in.

<!-- Added 12-8-09 -->

<update id="KB976325" category="1" publishdate="2009-12-02" article="http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=976325">
<!---->
<title>CRITICAL - Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer 8 in Windows 7 - x86 - 976325</title>
<description>Security issues have been identified that could allow an attacker to compromise a computer running Microsoft Internet Explorer and gain control over it.</description>
<filename>Windows6.1-KB976325-x86.msu</filename>
<url>http://download.microsoft.com/download/7/F/3/7F39597F-B1F8-4633-98B9-BE426D36B219/Windows6.1-KB976325-x86.msu</url>
</update>

<update id="KB976325" category="2" publishdate="2009-12-02" article="http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=976325">
<!---->
<title>CRITICAL - Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer 8 in Windows 7 - x64 - 976325</title>
<description>Security issues have been identified that could allow an attacker to compromise a computer running Microsoft Internet Explorer and gain control over it.</description>
<filename>Windows6.1-KB976325-x64.msu</filename>
<url>http://download.microsoft.com/download/8/8/7/887D964F-BF76-4E14-B4BA-CB6058FB5AE3/Windows6.1-KB976325-x64.msu</url>
</update>

<update id="KB976325" category="5" publishdate="2009-12-02" article="http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=976325">
<!---->
<title>CRITICAL - Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer 8 in Windows Server 2008 R2 - x64 - 976325</title>
<description>Security issues have been identified that could allow an attacker to compromise a computer running Microsoft Internet Explorer and gain control over it.</description>
<filename>Windows6.1-KB976325-x64.msu</filename>
<url>http://download.microsoft.com/download/D/8/E/D8EBFFAA-0E1A-410C-AAF4-DD806E4AB488/Windows6.1-KB976325-x64.msu</url>
</update>

@kklijer - I used this. You will have to visit each KB article page. Find/follow the link for "IT Professionals. Sift through the list of "Affected Software" until you find your version of Windows 7 (x86 or x64). Then fill in all the information from the download page and use the "Other Update" or "Direct Link" button to generate your XML. Repeat the process for each and every update.

Otherwise, probably have to do it by hand and use XML format similar to the above example.

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Hello,

I may be stupid be I do not understand how to integrate the ULs. The '+' symbol directs to the website and there are no win7 list. And once downloaded from here, I cannot figure out how to integrate them.

Could anyone help me please?

Gilou

[Edit] Ok it works

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For future readers, just double click the ULZ file, jcarle is not hosting it from his website, so you will have to download it from this thread.

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Only one update this month, here is a drop in.

<!-- Added 12-8-09 -->

<update id="KB976325" category="1" publishdate="2009-12-02" article="http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=976325">
<!---->
<title>CRITICAL - Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer 8 in Windows 7 - x86 - 976325</title>
<description>Security issues have been identified that could allow an attacker to compromise a computer running Microsoft Internet Explorer and gain control over it.</description>
<filename>Windows6.1-KB976325-x86.msu</filename>
<url>http://download.microsoft.com/download/7/F/3/7F39597F-B1F8-4633-98B9-BE426D36B219/Windows6.1-KB976325-x86.msu</url>
</update>

<update id="KB976325" category="2" publishdate="2009-12-02" article="http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=976325">
<!---->
<title>CRITICAL - Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer 8 in Windows 7 - x64 - 976325</title>
<description>Security issues have been identified that could allow an attacker to compromise a computer running Microsoft Internet Explorer and gain control over it.</description>
<filename>Windows6.1-KB976325-x64.msu</filename>
<url>http://download.microsoft.com/download/8/8/7/887D964F-BF76-4E14-B4BA-CB6058FB5AE3/Windows6.1-KB976325-x64.msu</url>
</update>

<update id="KB976325" category="5" publishdate="2009-12-02" article="http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=976325">
<!---->
<title>CRITICAL - Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer 8 in Windows Server 2008 R2 - x64 - 976325</title>
<description>Security issues have been identified that could allow an attacker to compromise a computer running Microsoft Internet Explorer and gain control over it.</description>
<filename>Windows6.1-KB976325-x64.msu</filename>
<url>http://download.microsoft.com/download/D/8/E/D8EBFFAA-0E1A-410C-AAF4-DD806E4AB488/Windows6.1-KB976325-x64.msu</url>
</update>

@kklijer - I used this. You will have to visit each KB article page. Find/follow the link for "IT Professionals. Sift through the list of "Affected Software" until you find your version of Windows 7 (x86 or x64). Then fill in all the information from the download page and use the "Other Update" or "Direct Link" button to generate your XML. Repeat the process for each and every update.

Otherwise, probably have to do it by hand and use XML format similar to the above example.

@MrJinje

thanks for your response!

I'll be working on this in the weekend thanks voor the chart,it will take some thime though but it's a great way to it.

thanks a bunch looking forward to dhis.

KKlijer

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Current Updates List - 11-10-2009

Thanks, MrJinje, You are a great man!!! :thumbup

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Hi,

I am new member, nice to see u.

I have a problem for this

Can this make a Chinese Traditional version ULz?

I am doing Windows 7 combination in these days

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Welcome to all MSFN Newcomers...

Can this make a Chinese Traditional version ULz?
Mine does not, I am supporting english only.

You could try the XML Generator and create your own updates list. I'd be interested to know if it works on a non-english machine or not.

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Welcome to all MSFN Newcomers...
Can this make a Chinese Traditional version ULz?
Mine does not, I am supporting english only.

You could try the XML Generator and create your own updates list. I'd be interested to know if it works on a non-english machine or not.

Thank ur pointing

I'm already create one ULz for CHT.

But I want to test with non-chinese version's OS

Cuz this XML is written with UTF-8, I want to test there is NOT have any words that can't show

There's a file, if it is OK, tell me. Thanks again.

(P.S Sorry for my bad ENG :) )

Windows7_CHT.ulz

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Cheers for the lists guys. Its so much simpler. Does anyone have a list they've kept up to date? Other than the one mentioned here with the added drop-in. Or even an up-to-date drop-in will do. I cant figure out how to find the download link on the MS site. All i can get is a forwarding link, not a direct link to an *exe or *msi....

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Check here.

http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?showtopic=128393

To find the link, go to the KB Article for each update, follow the link "for it professionals", scroll to section listing affected OS'es, follow the individual links to the download pages for each OS (W7x86, W7x64, W2K8-R2x64 etc) from there, click the "Download" button. On the next page, find the "start download" and right click it to get the direct path.

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Check here.

http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?showtopic=128393

To find the link, go to the KB Article for each update, follow the link "for it professionals", scroll to section listing affected OS'es, follow the individual links to the download pages for each OS (W7x86, W7x64, W2K8-R2x64 etc) from there, click the "Download" button. On the next page, find the "start download" and right click it to get the direct path.

That was exactly what I was looking for! Cheers MrJinje. One more question. Not sure if its possible, but is there a way to use the WUD on another PC without admin rights? By that I mean a portable version where no install is needed to download the list.

My internet connection is running off a Mobile Broadband dongle and its veeeeerrrrrryyyy slow!! So I use another PC (public) for my downloads. The PC's I use have disabled installs of any type and also disabled .bat and .cmd files from being executed.

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That was exactly what I was looking for! Cheers MrJinje. One more question. Not sure if its possible, but is there a way to use the WUD on another PC without admin rights? By that I mean a portable version where no install is needed to download the list.

My internet connection is running off a Mobile Broadband dongle and its veeeeerrrrrryyyy slow!! So I use another PC (public) for my downloads. The PC's I use have disabled installs of any type and also disabled .bat and .cmd files from being executed.

Could try this. It works like a portable version of WUD, just copy to your USB and you are all set.

http://forums.mydigitallife.info/threads/1...2450#post162450

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