steven4554

Post-SP1 updates for Windows 7 (TO BE UPDATED IN 2017!)

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Thanks with your help I got exactly what I was trying to accomplish. I have a Windows 7 x64 Sp1 install that when finished doesn't do any auto updating. That way I can throw the DVD in, pick the drive and walk away. I can come back the next morning grab (2) .Net4 post updates and off I go. Thanks again!

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any something new?

this month

Yes, next week on patch tuesday, there will be:-

6 security updates for 32-bit

7 security updates for 64-bit

KB890830 updated to June 2011 for both x86 and x64

And i wouldn't be surprised to see 1 or 2 non-security updates for both versions.

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I just wanted to ask are you guys testing to see if any of these can be injected via mdt during the install process. I know I had issues in the past with some of the updates because they did something to the language files but this was pre-sp1. I just wanted to ensure the updates all work from a mdt deployment.

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thanx again for keeping this going, much appreciated

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TNX steven for the update

thanx again for keeping this going, much appreciated

Your welcome

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Anyone have any batch files that will allow me to install all updates on a currently running machine?

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point a directory (not a single MSU) to DISM /Add-package and DISM installs all updates from that place

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Nice batch myselfidem ;)

Many thanks to Yzöwl and jaclaz! Thanks coucou ;)

Thanks steven4554 to keep the ULZ list up to date!

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