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Mim0

The File-Checker (HFSLIPFC) for HFSLIP

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Off-topic, but I'm confused about this in Mimo's update list.

When using KB971276, KB971314 and KB961118 the XPS-Printer will not be installed during setup of NET 3.5. Deactivated until further tests.

The three updates seems to be deactivated for a long time. Where's the problem and how can I test it?

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@ Mim0

I found one typo on the website: http://mimo.zxq.net/...list-office.htm

1. office2003-KB978551-FullFile-ENU.exe (only in Englisch)

2 It should be changed in the File-Checker

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Running HFSLIPFC v.2012/05/04 at 2012-05-26 15:46:57,73

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not found (H): HF\office2003-KB943452-FullFile-PLK.exe (Update for Microsoft Office 2003)

from Download Center:

This update applies to the following locales:
  • Dutch
  • French
  • German
  • Italian
  • Portuguese (Brazil)
  • Spanish
  • Swedish

All other locales are not affected. To download Critical Update for Office 2003 (KB943452), select the language from the Change Language list and click the Change button to proceed. Note: This download is not available in English.

3. It should be added to the list:

Microsoft Office Compatibility Pack for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint File Formats (FileFormatConverters.exe) (different language versions)

Microsoft Office Compatibility Pack Service Pack 3 (SP3) (different language versions) (kb2526297)

multilingual updates:

(KB2596785)

(KB2596789)

(KB2596843)

use of information contained on this website

Thank you for the most recent update

Edited by dziubek
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Off-topic, but I'm confused about this in Mimo's update list.

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Yes, it's a long time ago.. I can't say not more than I remarked to that updates, but you should find that info here in the forum if you search for that updates. I often asked me if I shuld remove that updates. Probably I should to that....

I found one typo on the website: http://mimo.zxq.net/...list-office.htm

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Thx for that! I will look for that!!!
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I found one typo on the website: http://mimo.zxq.net/...list-office.htm

Thx!

2 It should be changed in the File-Checker

. . .

not found (H): HF\office2003-KB943452-FullFile-PLK.exe (Update for Microsoft Office 2003)

. . .

I think I add a further Info in the update-list (web-site). I also fix the file-checker. Thx!
Can these updates be slipstreamed into an administrative installation point?
These are for Office 2007 Edited by Mim0
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Can these updates be slipstreamed into an administrative installation point?

I do not know I did not check.

I gave this updates because WU proposes to install

multilingual updates:

(KB2596785)

(KB2596789)

(KB2596843)

These are for Office 2007

These are the updated for / after Microsoft Office Compatibility Pack for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint File Formats

Edited by dziubek
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Thx, Mimo. I must report a bug in the latest ver., though.

I have 2681116 and the FC tells me it's obsolete, replaced by 2698707. That's OK. The problem is that the FC is ALSO asking for 2633952. This is wrong, 'cause this one is replaced by 2681116, which I DO HAVE.

The fc should only ask for 2698707. If neither 2681116, nor 2698707 are present, only then the FC should ask for 2633952.

Get my point?

bye!

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Thx, Mimo. I must report a bug in the latest ver., though.

I have 2681116 and the FC tells me it's obsolete, replaced by 2698707. That's OK. The problem is that the FC is ALSO asking for 2633952. This is wrong, 'cause this one is replaced by 2681116, which I DO HAVE.

The fc should only ask for 2698707. If neither 2681116, nor 2698707 are present, only then the FC should ask for 2633952.

Yes, you're right. I will look for it... THX!!!

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Yes, it's a long time ago.. I can't say not more than I remarked to that updates, but you should find that info here in the forum if you search for that updates. I often asked me if I shuld remove that updates. Probably I should to that....

I found the old posts about that, and I did some further experiments.

Please read my post:

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2 It should be changed in the File-Checker

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not found (H): HF\office2003-KB943452-FullFile-PLK.exe (Update for Microsoft Office 2003)

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All other locales are not affected. To download Critical Update for Office 2003 (KB943452), select the language from the Change Language list and click the Change button to proceed. Note: This download is not available in English.

new file-checker for Office 2003:

2012-06-04
- Fixed: now showing KB943452 only for relevant language-versions of Office

Download: HFSLIPFC v.2012/05/04 with Office2003-update-list v.2012/06/04

I found no information how to slipstream the Compatibility Pack so it's not listed so far (see also the hint below from Explorer09).

The fc should only ask for 2698707. If neither 2681116, nor 2698707 are present, only then the FC should ask for 2633952.

Fixed! (see below) :)

They are not slipstreamable, AFAIK. But it's worth listing. People who install Office 2003 are likely to install this Compatibility Pack.

Hmmm... I think about it.

New KB2718704 replaces KB2641690 - Digital Certificates

http://technet.micro...dvisory/2718704

Thx for the Info!

new file-cheker for XP:

- Added: KB2718704 (Security Advisory 2718704: Certificate Revocation)
- Removed: KB2641690 (Security Advisory 2641690: Certificate Revocation, replaced by KB2718704)
- Fixed: restored KB2681116 and KB2657025 as replacements for KB2633952

Download: HFSLIPFC v.2012/05/04 with WindowsXP-update-list v.2012/06/04

@Explorer09: I handle your other info also! I do not ignore it! ;)

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thx again, mimo!

btw, your site is dead, can't dload

Scratch that last part, it revived.

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thx again, mimo!

btw, your site is dead, can't dload

Scratch that last part, it revived.

www is online now :)

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http://mimo.zxq.net/updatelist-office.htm

office2003-KB943452-FullFile-XXX.exe (only for NLD, ENU, FRA, DEU, ITA, PTB, ESN and SVE. Not needed for other language-versions of Office)

There is an error. The correct statement should be:

office2003-KB943452-FullFile-XXX.exe (only for NLD, FRA, DEU, ITA, PTB, ESN and SVE. Not needed for ENU or other language-versions of Office)

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There is an error. The correct statement should be:

office2003-KB943452-FullFile-XXX.exe (only for NLD, FRA, DEU, ITA, PTB, ESN and SVE. Not needed for ENU or other language-versions of Office)

Yes, youre right! The download-page of KB943452 has confused me where "English" is inside of the combo-box (but I didn't realized that there is just a text-file when you select "English"). Edited by Mim0
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Mim0,

I'd like to suggest changing this line in HFSLIP's script:

SET SW1=/quiet /norestart

to

SET SW1=/q /n /z

/q = /quiet

/z = /norestart

The two are the same but the last one is

/n = /nobackup

This is slipstreaming so there's no reason to have uninstallation folders created in %systemroot% directory.

Edited by tomasz86
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Yep, X, new FP. New version needed & new cabs too.

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@Mim0;

WUA 3.0 Version 7.6.7600.243 replace WUA 3.0 7.6.7600.256

Edited by rulman
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How to obtain the latest Windows Update Agent

If Windows Update or Automatic Updates is turned on, the latest version of the Windows Update Agent will be automatically downloaded and installed on your computer. If you go to Windows Update before it gets installed automatically, you will see a message to install the Windows Update Agent:

Funny. I'm still on 7.4.7600.226 and get no prompt to upgrade.

We now need a URL to download it as

 http://download.windowsupdate.com/WindowsUpdate/redist/standalone/7.6.7600.256/WindowsUpdateAgent30-x86.exe

gives a 404.

EDIT: And here's why....

Notice

There is no standalone installer of the latest version of the Windows Update Agent (7.6.7600.256). The following are instructions on how to obtain version 7.4.7600.226 of the Windows Update Agent.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/946928

Edited by -X-
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I'd like to suggest changing this line in HFSLIP's script:

SET SW1=/quiet /norestart

to

SET SW1=/q /n /z

...

Yes I think it could be a good idea to use your switches. Bit I suggest to define (overwrite) them in the HFANSWER.INI. What do you think?

Adobe Flash Player 11.3.300.257

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THX for the info!!!
Thx for the Info (but I don't have to change anything - the dl-link is still the same. Should I do something regarding version-check?) Edited by Mim0
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]Thx for the Info (but I don't have to change anything - the dl-link is still the same. Should I do something regarding version-check?)

Do not have to, I gave this info for other users

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KB2685939 replace KB2621440 & KB2570222

KB2709162 replace KB2641653

KB2707511 replace KB2633171

(IE)KB2699988 replace KB2675157

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