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steven4554

Post-SP1 updates for Windows 7 (Updated 25/03/2015)

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hi thanks for the hard work i just found this thread instead of the win7 one and have slipstreamed sp1 beta into my win7 ultimate 64bit rtm install but when i run windows update i get a slightly different list of updates from what you have in your attached ulz list ?

i get

1. Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer 8 for Windows 7 Service Pack 1 Beta for x64-based Systems (KB2183461)

2. Security Update for Windows 7 Service Pack 1 Beta for x64-based Systems (KB2032276)

3. Security Update for Windows 7 Service Pack 1 Beta for x64-based Systems (KB2079403)

4. Security Update for Windows 7 Service Pack 1 Beta for x64-based Systems (KB2286198)

5. Security Update for Windows 7 Service Pack 1 Beta for x64-based Systems (KB982665)

any ideas ?

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Simple, some updates like the ones you descibe in your post above appear on Windows Update, and the others that are in my UL's are not on Windows Update, i guess it's up to MS to decide what updates are on WU and which ones are not. Also since this service pack is a beta MS won't want to put non-security updates on WU just the Critical ones, anyway they all work, and all the updates are from offical MS servers.

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Simple, some updates like the ones you descibe in your post above appear on Windows Update, and the others that are in my UL's are not on Windows Update, i guess it's up to MS to decide what updates are on WU and which ones are not. Also since this service pack is a beta MS won't want to put non-security updates on WU just the Critical ones, anyway they all work, and all the updates are from offical MS servers.

Hey steven4554,

Here is the code (in a text document) for you to add the above (requested by eva2000) updates to your UL's!:

http://www.timacheson.com/SkyDrive/DirectLinkRedirect?pageUrl=http://cid-54d3f13fe6a49f42.office.live.com/self.aspx/Public/Windows%207%20UL%20Code%20Snippet.txt

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I appreciate your efforts sammey19, but those updates are already in my UL, and i would like to keep to official MS servers that provides the updates, thanks.

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Simply awesome. Thank you very much!

The other Win7 thread is being phased out as posted... if I have SP1 installed, then this is the update list that I should watch yes?

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Well you can watch both, even though the RTM thread won't be updated as much anymore, so yes i would recommed you update to SP1 and watch this thread (that is until SP2 is released!)

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HI Steven,

After integrating yr updates, still Windows update show the following

needed updates

KB2524375 Fraudulent Digital Certificates Could Allow Spoofing

KB971033 Activation/Genuine

KB915597 Windows defender

KB890830 Malicious Software Removal Tool

BTW here a useful link to get the latest defintions for Forefront, Security Essentials and Windows Defender Microsoft Malware Protection Center

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HI Steven,

After integrating yr updates, still Windows update show the following

needed updates

KB2524375 Fraudulent Digital Certificates Could Allow Spoofing

KB971033 Activation/Genuine

KB915597 Windows defender

KB890830 Malicious Software Removal Tool

BTW here a useful link to get the latest defintions for Forefront, Security Essentials and Windows Defender Microsoft Malware Protection Center

Thanks for the feedback:-

1) KB2524375 will be added in the next ULZ's.

2) KB971033, i don't know why this update is nagging you to install, sp1 has this update included, so must be either an update to KB971033 or an error on MS part, anyway, it doesn't matter i will never include this update in the ULZ's cause there is no point.

3) KB890830 is in the ULZ's and always get updated every month when MS releases on patch tuesday.

4) MSE/Defender Defintions will never be part of the ULZ's cause they get updated once a day.

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2) KB971033, i don't know why this update is nagging you to install, sp1 has this update included, so must be either an update to KB971033 or an error on MS part, anyway, it doesn't matter i will never include this update in the ULZ's cause there is no point.

Thanks steven4554!

As I see and after many tests the update KB971033 is always given with Windows update ( if we haven't integrated) and this one isn't include inside Windows 7 SP1.

But we can choose to not install this update!

Hotfixes and Security Updates included in Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1.xls:

http://www.microsoft...&displaylang=en

However, I know that we can see this update inside the Microsoft update list with all the updates included inside the SP1.

But a link is given to download this update!

Regards

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Well, MS said they were going to include KB971033 update in the sp1 package, so either they changed their minds, and didn't inform the people that makes the lists to remove KB971033 from it, or it's an error (which MS has been making a lot of recently.)

Anyway, as i said before, it really doesn't matter, it's not in my ULZ's and never will be!:)

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it was not included with SP1. I am running 7 x64 with SP1 and was offered it after i installed it.

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Well, MS said they were going to include KB971033 update in the sp1 package, so either they changed their minds, and didn't inform the people that makes the lists to remove KB971033 from it, or it's an error (which MS has been making a lot of recently.)

Anyway, as i said before, it really doesn't matter, it's not in my ULZ's and never will be!:)

Yes, I think it's better do not include this update inside your ULZ's list! :rolleyes:

But everyone can choose to add KB971033 or do not install after the installation with Windows Update!

It was just to clarify that this update isn't include inside Windows 7 SP1.

BTW, no more nightmare with KB976902 because this update is include with SP1 :yes:

BUT this update doesn't appear inside Microsoft update list with SP1! Weird.

I've tried to install first KB976902 and after SP1 but fails.

Now I don't install this update because I see this one after the silent installation.

Thanks

Image about KB976902

Image Updates inside SP1

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I totaly agree with myselitem, especially regarding KB971033 . Google it and you'll see. :)

As far as KB976902 , I've integrated it in my VMware machine and haven't got any problem. I have to confess that my VMware machine is only for testing ;)

Regards

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@coucou

In fact it's not needed to integrate KB976902 upgrading Windows 7 with "reverse integration SP1" because this update is included inside SP1 for Windows 7!

Maybe if you have an full Windows 7 SP1 it's not the same; and KB976902 isn't integrated?

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@coucou

In fact it's not needed to integrate KB976902 upgrading Windows 7 with "reverse integration SP1" because this update is included inside SP1 for Windows 7!

Maybe if you have an full Windows 7 SP1 it's not the same; and KB976902 isn't integrated?

YES, I have I a full Windows 7 SP1 ;)
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Happy man! ;)

Could you tell us if KB976902 is already integrated?

*Edit: you can look inside: %systemdrive%\Windows\servicing\Packages

Image SP1 "reverse integration" (without cleanup backup files)

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[Yes myselfitem,

KB976902 is already integrated ;)

servicpackkb976902.jpg

and here

updistall.jpg

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I see that even if IE9 is installed, the update KB976002 (Browser choice) is needed for European countries!

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-GB/windows/what-is-the-browser-choice-update

Cheers

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Only if you intend to use a different web browser, but not everyone is in the EU so that's why i will not include KB976002 update.

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