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Post-SP1 updates for Windows 7 (Updated 10/02/2015)


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Would there be any unforeseen consequences by including it in an integration anyway?




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Not really except as a superseded update, it will take up valuable bed space in your offline image, plus it will make your image bigger in size than it should be.


My Updates Lists for Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8.1 Update and Windows 10 Preview

My desktop specs (all to be upgraded some time next year):-

CPU: AMD PhenomII X2 555 at 3.2Ghz (Upgrade to AMD FX-6300 Black Edition Hexa Core 3.5GHz)
M/B: Asus M5A87 (Upgrade to Asus M5A99X EVO R2.0)
Memory: 8GB DDR3 1333Mhz (upgrade to 16GB DDR3 1600Mhz)
HDD: 240GB 2x SSD's in JBOD mode (Add 1TB Seagate SSHD)
GPU: 1GB GDDR5 Nvidia GeforceGTX Ti 550 (Add another Ti 550 GPU in SLI config to up memory to 2GB)

Optical: None, DVD drives given to family member (Upgrade to BD-ROM and BD rewriter)

OS: Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 x64 (Dual boot, Win7 for compatibility and Win10 Preview, 10 will be main OS!)


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Thanks, I'll just include it then as it makes WU look cleaner.  ;)

 

Has anybody else had the IE11 issue with it continually opening the welcome page (that was before and after including KB2976627 in the image)? Might just use a script to add the registry entry until I know why it does it.



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I never experienced that :huh: , I get the welcome screen when I first launch IE11 after installing Win7, but after that it no longer appears for me.


My Updates Lists for Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8.1 Update and Windows 10 Preview

My desktop specs (all to be upgraded some time next year):-

CPU: AMD PhenomII X2 555 at 3.2Ghz (Upgrade to AMD FX-6300 Black Edition Hexa Core 3.5GHz)
M/B: Asus M5A87 (Upgrade to Asus M5A99X EVO R2.0)
Memory: 8GB DDR3 1333Mhz (upgrade to 16GB DDR3 1600Mhz)
HDD: 240GB 2x SSD's in JBOD mode (Add 1TB Seagate SSHD)
GPU: 1GB GDDR5 Nvidia GeforceGTX Ti 550 (Add another Ti 550 GPU in SLI config to up memory to 2GB)

Optical: None, DVD drives given to family member (Upgrade to BD-ROM and BD rewriter)

OS: Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 x64 (Dual boot, Win7 for compatibility and Win10 Preview, 10 will be main OS!)


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Thanks, I'll just include it then as it makes WU look cleaner.  ;)

 

Has anybody else had the IE11 issue with it continually opening the welcome page (that was before and after including KB2976627 in the image)? Might just use a script to add the registry entry until I know why it does it.

 

I never experienced that :huh: , I get the welcome screen when I first launch IE11 after installing Win7, but after that it no longer appears for me.

 

I disable first run wizard in 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 :)


Edited by PinkFreud, 17 January 2015 - 03:46 PM.

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Thanks, I'll just include it then as it makes WU look cleaner.  ;)

 

Has anybody else had the IE11 issue with it continually opening the welcome page (that was before and after including KB2976627 in the image)? Might just use a script to add the registry entry until I know why it does it.

 

I never experienced that :huh: , I get the welcome screen when I first launch IE11 after installing Win7, but after that it no longer appears for me.

 

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


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Thanks, I'll just include it then as it makes WU look cleaner.  ;)

 

Has anybody else had the IE11 issue with it continually opening the welcome page (that was before and after including KB2976627 in the image)? Might just use a script to add the registry entry until I know why it does it.

 

hello rhow , i had also faced problem with IE11 continually opening the welcome page on every start. i had to disable it in group policies.

 



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Hi Steven thanks for the latest update & all the best for 2015! :thumbup


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@Steven: heads up, there is a new Flash release to patch a 0-day exploit. The Flash version your ULZ includes, 16.0.0.287, is affected. The fixed version IIRC is supposed to be 16.0.0.296.

 

Just now read about it over at arstechnica.



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Thanks, it's already in the ULZ's cause the direct download links are the same for the previous versions :)


My Updates Lists for Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8.1 Update and Windows 10 Preview

My desktop specs (all to be upgraded some time next year):-

CPU: AMD PhenomII X2 555 at 3.2Ghz (Upgrade to AMD FX-6300 Black Edition Hexa Core 3.5GHz)
M/B: Asus M5A87 (Upgrade to Asus M5A99X EVO R2.0)
Memory: 8GB DDR3 1333Mhz (upgrade to 16GB DDR3 1600Mhz)
HDD: 240GB 2x SSD's in JBOD mode (Add 1TB Seagate SSHD)
GPU: 1GB GDDR5 Nvidia GeforceGTX Ti 550 (Add another Ti 550 GPU in SLI config to up memory to 2GB)

Optical: None, DVD drives given to family member (Upgrade to BD-ROM and BD rewriter)

OS: Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 x64 (Dual boot, Win7 for compatibility and Win10 Preview, 10 will be main OS!)


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I think the following are missing:

 

KB2532531
KB2533623
KB2534111
KB2574819
KB2592687
KB2718704
KB2731771
KB2803821
KB2830477
KB2841134
KB2847077
KB2849696
KB2849697
KB2857650
KB2862152
KB2862973
KB2882822
KB2894844
KB2923545
KB2965788
KB2970228
KB2973351
KB2976627
KB2984972
KB2984976
KB2984981
KB2985461
KB2994023
KB3003743
KB3020387
KB3020388
KB971033
KB976902


 



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That's because most of the updates are superseded or Updates for certain features I don't provide updates for, like Remote Desktop.

 

KB971033 is not in the list as it is a WGA checker, and not everyone wants it.

KB976902 has been superseded by KB2533552.


My Updates Lists for Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8.1 Update and Windows 10 Preview

My desktop specs (all to be upgraded some time next year):-

CPU: AMD PhenomII X2 555 at 3.2Ghz (Upgrade to AMD FX-6300 Black Edition Hexa Core 3.5GHz)
M/B: Asus M5A87 (Upgrade to Asus M5A99X EVO R2.0)
Memory: 8GB DDR3 1333Mhz (upgrade to 16GB DDR3 1600Mhz)
HDD: 240GB 2x SSD's in JBOD mode (Add 1TB Seagate SSHD)
GPU: 1GB GDDR5 Nvidia GeforceGTX Ti 550 (Add another Ti 550 GPU in SLI config to up memory to 2GB)

Optical: None, DVD drives given to family member (Upgrade to BD-ROM and BD rewriter)

OS: Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 x64 (Dual boot, Win7 for compatibility and Win10 Preview, 10 will be main OS!)


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I think the following are missing:

 Here's what I've come up with so far from your list of "missing" updates:
 

KB2532531    Included in Security Updates
KB2533623    superseded by KB2726535 (one of prerequisite for IE11)
KB2574819    RDP (Steve doesn't include RDP updates, mentioned several times in this thread)
KB2592687    RDP
KB2718704     supersede by KB2949927
KB2731771    superseded by KB2726535 (one of prerequisite for IE11)
KB2803821    Included in WMP 12 Updates
KB2830477    RDP
KB2841134    IE 11 included in Optional Updates
KB2847077    supersede by KB2949927
KB2849696    IE 11 language pack, included in IE 11 install (I think)
KB2857650    RDP
KB2862973    Included in Security Updates
KB2882822    one of IE 11 prerequisites
KB2894844    Included in .Net Frame 3.5.1 updates
KB2923545    RDP
KB2965788    Superseded by KB3003743
KB2970228     Included in Non-Security Updates
KB2973351    Included in Security Updates
KB2984976    RDP
KB2994023    RDP


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The IE11-Windows6.1-KB3021952-x64.msu file in your lists I believe is a MS mistake which they fixed on the technet download links, but elsewhere?

The correct size is 52,267,471 bytes and the SHA-1 is 33AE2C3AC484A0EE9BA13597938F7AD0FA210F7A

The one in your current list is 28,271,691 bytes and 34C3E214F853CE20E8E787276893FE210EBACBD6.

 

I think MS used 32 bit IE11 one instead of 64 bit. 



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The IE11-Windows6.1-KB3021952-x64.msu file in your lists I believe is a MS mistake which they fixed on the technet download links, but elsewhere?

The correct size is 52,267,471 bytes and the SHA-1 is 33AE2C3AC484A0EE9BA13597938F7AD0FA210F7A

The one in your current list is 28,271,691 bytes and 34C3E214F853CE20E8E787276893FE210EBACBD6.

 

I think MS used 32 bit IE11 one instead of 64 bit. 

 

Yup, I noticed that yesterday, M$ Download Center had same link (32 bit) for 32 & 64 bit all day yesterday... also note that KB3021952 - IE 11 Cumulative Update is another "bundle" update thru WU that installs 3021952 & also KB3023607 ... so KB3023607 should be included in list... Download 3021952 thru M$ Catalog Updates includes both 3021952 (49mb) & 3023607 (5.2mb - 55mb total) - both must be integrated for clean WU tested in VM.

 

Direct d/l link for KB3023607 x64 (from windows update log)



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Self delete dupe post WTF???


Edited by PinkFreud, 11 February 2015 - 03:51 PM.


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It seems a little confusing (at least to me) whether you need the 2 bundled updates seperately or not.

 

"Updates 3036197 and 3023607 are installed automatically and transparently together with security update 3021952. Updates 3036197 and 3023607 will appear separately in the list of installed updates when it is viewed in the Add Remove Programs or the Programs and Features item in Control Panel. If you already have security update 3021952 installed, you will notice that security update 3021952 will be reoffered by Windows Update or by WSUS if updates 3036197 and 3023607 apply to your computer but were not installed. Installing three packages together will require only one restart."

 

If I installed the proper 3021952, shouldn't the 2 bundled updates be there installed too (when you install 3021952)? Or why might I have not have them as suggested by MS?

 

edit: ok more instructions here:

  1. You must first install the following KBs: KB3021952 and KB3023607
  2. After you verify that 3021952 has successfully installed, install KB3034196.

I installed KB3021952 and then KB3034196 and left it at that. I must be missing KB3023607.


Edited by topstuff, 11 February 2015 - 04:25 PM.


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URL for KB3021952 in the x64 list is http://download.micr...3021952-x86.msu, an x86 update.  Enjoy, John.

 

EDIT:  Correct URL: http://download.micr...3021952-x64.msu

 

EDIT,II: KB3023607 is a bad update killing Cisco's AnyConnect VPN.  I cannot find the update for DL, so looks like MS has withdrawn it, except for delivering it via WUD.


Edited by johnhc, 16 February 2015 - 08:53 AM.


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direct DL link for KB3023607 x86/32bit

 

URL for KB3021952 in the x64 list is http://download.micr...3021952-x86.msu, an x86 update.  Enjoy, John.

 

EDIT:  Correct URL: http://download.micr...3021952-x64.msu

 

EDIT,II: KB3023607 is a bad update killing Cisco's AnyConnect VPN.  I cannot find the update for DL, so looks like MS has withdrawn it, except for delivering it via WUD.

 

avoid installing KB3023607 on computers using Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client application.  a "fix it" solution is posted in Microsoft support KB article 3023607 for this broken patch



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KB2984972

KB3003743

KB3004375-v3

KB3031432

 

Just an fyi for everyone else, found out the hard way that these updates even though show up as integrated, they still come up in windows update. Or i'm just being an id*** when integrating them. 

Wtb service pack 2 for win 7 T_T



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Some updates will still show up in WU, even if you've integrated them. You can install them or just do what I do, hide them.

 

There will be no Service Pack 2 for Windows 7 as it is now in extended support, and no longer in mainstream support. Though MS should release a update rollup like they do for Windows 8.1, and it should contain at least half of the updates that have been released since SP1. At last count there is approx. over 600 updates, this includes request-only hotfixes released through MS support.


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My Updates Lists for Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8.1 Update and Windows 10 Preview

My desktop specs (all to be upgraded some time next year):-

CPU: AMD PhenomII X2 555 at 3.2Ghz (Upgrade to AMD FX-6300 Black Edition Hexa Core 3.5GHz)
M/B: Asus M5A87 (Upgrade to Asus M5A99X EVO R2.0)
Memory: 8GB DDR3 1333Mhz (upgrade to 16GB DDR3 1600Mhz)
HDD: 240GB 2x SSD's in JBOD mode (Add 1TB Seagate SSHD)
GPU: 1GB GDDR5 Nvidia GeforceGTX Ti 550 (Add another Ti 550 GPU in SLI config to up memory to 2GB)

Optical: None, DVD drives given to family member (Upgrade to BD-ROM and BD rewriter)

OS: Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 x64 (Dual boot, Win7 for compatibility and Win10 Preview, 10 will be main OS!)


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This might be a dumb question but anyways - i don't integrate language packs into my build and just install them via windows update, but i've run into a rather weird problem, when the language pack is installed and you go to check for updates, windows update offers your a lot of updates that have already been integrated.

 

Is there some way to avoid this or is this intentional?

Thanks.



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This might be a dumb question but anyways - i don't integrate language packs into my build and just install them via windows update, but i've run into a rather weird problem, when the language pack is installed and you go to check for updates, windows update offers your a lot of updates that have already been integrated.

 

Is there some way to avoid this or is this intentional?

Thanks.

 

I get this on IE11, because Wintoolkit won't let me integrate IE11 language packs so I have to add them post-install. So even though I do integrate all IE11 updates, after I install the language packs WU will still tell me I need the 2 current IE11 cumulative updates. So even though I integrated them, I have to take them again.

 

As for Windows itself, I integrate the language packs I want and WU doesn't offer me anything.



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I could be wrong, but I think that the "normal" Windows updates are language neutral, while IE updates are language specific.

 

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