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Mim0

The File-Checker (HFSLIPFC) for HFSLIP

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Actually it's....

KB2685939 replace KB2621440

KB2709162 reg entry replaces the KB2676562 reg entry. (the contents are the same)

KB2707511 replace KB2676562

The IE one is correct.

As is becoming more and more normal, Microsoft can't get it's head out of it's a** when it comes to bulletin replacement information.

BTW, Java got security updates today so update if you have it on your system.

Edited by -X-
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Actually it's....

KB2685939 replace KB2621440

KB2709162 reg entry replaces the KB2676562 reg entry. (the contents are the same)

KB2707511 replace KB2676562

The IE one is correct.

As is becoming more and more normal, Microsoft can't get it's head out of it's a** when it comes to bulletin replacement information.

BTW, Java got security updates today so update if you have it on your system.

-X- got one thing wrong here. KB2707511 alone cannot replace KB2676562. It's the combination of KB2707511+KB2709162 that replaces KB2676562.

             | KB2676562     | KB2707511     | KB2709162
Win32k.sys | 5.1.2600.6206 | no | 5.1.2600.6228
(reg entry) | yes | no | yes
Ntkrnlmp.exe | 5.1.2600.6206 | 5.1.2600.6223 | no
Ntkrnlpa.exe | 5.1.2600.6206 | 5.1.2600.6223 | no
Ntkrpamp.exe | 5.1.2600.6206 | 5.1.2600.6223 | no
Ntoskrnl.exe | 5.1.2600.6206 | 5.1.2600.6223 | no
(The "reg entry" mean the SessionImageSize registry entry. "No" means the update does not contain the file/registry.)

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just get the repacked installers by ricktendo, they seem to work fine and accept the same command line switches as the "official" versions.

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Got a question, guys. Does anyone know if the HFSLIP_PRE_TZ4 package is still needed? (.cab & .cmd)

I still have it in my hftools folder, but no idea if it does any good or is it enough with the latest tzone update...

bye!

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Mimo,

There's a bug in HFSLIP related to slipstreaming of USP5 into Windows 2000 source. There's an *.exe file in the USP's "svcpack" folder which should be added to "svcpack.inf" but HFSLIP ignores it.

I've prepared a solution.

Before:

ECHO>>SVCPACK.INF [SetupHotfixesToRun]
IF EXIST HFSVCPACK\*.exe (
IF EXIST WORK\HFSLIPCMDP1.TXT ECHO>>SVCPACK.INF HFSLIP.CMD
FOR /F "DELIMS=" %%I IN ('DIR/B/ON HFSVCPACK\*.exe') DO ECHO>>SVCPACK.INF %%I
)

After:

ECHO>>SVCPACK.INF [SetupHotfixesToRun]
IF EXIST SOURCESS\I386\SVCPACK\*.exe IF EXIST SOURCESS\I386\SVCPACK.IN* DO (
IF EXIST SOURCESS\I386\SVCPACK.IN_ EXPAND -R SOURCESS\I386\SVCPACK.IN_ >NUL
FOR /F "DELIMS=" %%I IN ('DIR/B/ON SOURCESS\I386\SVCPACK\*.exe') DO FINDSTR/IL "%%I" SOURCESS\I386\SVCPACK.INF>>SVCPACK.INF
)
IF EXIST HFSVCPACK\*.exe (
IF EXIST WORK\HFSLIPCMDP1.TXT ECHO>>SVCPACK.INF HFSLIP.CMD
FOR /F "DELIMS=" %%I IN ('DIR/B/ON HFSVCPACK\*.exe') DO ECHO>>SVCPACK.INF %%I
)

Could you add the additional lines to the script? At the moment HFSLIP must not be used with USP5.

Got a question, guys. Does anyone know if the HFSLIP_PRE_TZ4 package is still needed? (.cab & .cmd)

I still have it in my hftools folder, but no idea if it does any good or is it enough with the latest tzone update...

I think they are useless if you integrate the newest time zones update.

Edited by tomasz86
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You sure about that, Tomas? thx for answering, BTW.

Now I don't even remeber what was it for or why we had to use it (I mean instead of just slipstreaming the latest tzone update)...

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I know for sure that the time zones batch script and cab were removed from the 2K Updates List as soon as I prepared an unofficial time zones update. They were required for 2K because there was no official time zones update released. It's different in case of XP (time zones updates are still released) so I don't know what the reason for using the script was.

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-X-

In your page KB2707511 links to KB2676562.

Is that right?

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I don't see it linking to KB2676562. Confused.

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Hi@all

I just prepared my update-list and I will upload it asap.:hello:

There's a bug in HFSLIP related to slipstreaming of USP5 into Windows 2000 source. ...

I've prepared a solution.

...

Could you add the additional lines to the script? ...

Sure :) But could you explain these new lines? Could there problems with other updates be expected? Or are the if-conditions just true in combination of USP5 / Windows 2000?

Or could it be more safe to have something like this:

REM Example taken from line 3334 of current HFSLIP
IF "%VERSION%"=="2000" (
IF EXIST HF\w2ksp5*.exe (
IF %SP% LSS 5 (
....
)
)
)

around your additional lines? If you search for "USP" in the HFLIPS-script, you will find some infos that could help to confirm that Windows 2000 and USP5 will currently be used.

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I'm ready for new file-checker crazy.gif

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Sure :) But could you explain these new lines? Could there problems with other updates be expected? Or are the if-conditions just true in combination of USP5 / Windows 2000?

Or could it be more safe to have something like this:

REM Example taken from line 3334 of current HFSLIP
IF "%VERSION%"=="2000" (
IF EXIST HF\w2ksp5*.exe (
IF %SP% LSS 5 (
....
)
)
)

around your additional lines? If you search for "USP" in the HFLIPS-script, you will find some infos that could help to confirm that Windows 2000 and USP5 will currently be used.

If you want to make it work only for USP 5.* then you can just add "IF EXIST HF\w2ksp5*.exe" like this

ECHO>>SVCPACK.INF [SetupHotfixesToRun]
IF EXIST HF\w2ksp5*.exe IF EXIST SOURCESS\I386\SVCPACK\*.exe IF EXIST SOURCESS\I386\SVCPACK.IN* DO (
IF EXIST SOURCESS\I386\SVCPACK.IN_ EXPAND -R SOURCESS\I386\SVCPACK.IN_ >NUL
FOR /F "DELIMS=" %%I IN ('DIR/B/ON SOURCESS\I386\SVCPACK\*.exe') DO FINDSTR/IL "%%I" SOURCESS\I386\SVCPACK.INF>>SVCPACK.INF
)

I wanted to make it more universal. Actually, HFSLIP completely ignores the already existing svcpack.inf and overwrites it with its own version. Fortunately there are no files in I386\SVCPACK in any of the official service packs so it's not an issue. Only in USP5.1 there's an EXE file there. I think the universal approach is better though because it will work for other unofficial service packs too (I'm sure there will be other SPs in the future), not only for USP 5.1. It has no effect on the official packages so there's really nothing to worry about it :)

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New flash player (yes, again!).

This time it's version 11.3.300.262, please, mimo, be sure to update the script!

bye!

Wait, for some reason, only the mozilla plugin was updated to 11.3.300.262, the AX version is still .257, maybe it'll be updated soon.

Edited by jvidal
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Hey Mimo,

Please wait with adding the USP/SVCPACK related script. I've found one interesting thing in the HFSLIP's script. Theoretically it should add the *.exe file info to svcpack.inf even now. I'll try to investigate why it doesn't do it.

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I've found the culprit.

It's this part:

IF EXIST SOURCE\cdromsp5.tst (
IF "%NOCLEANSRC%"=="2" SET NOCLEANSRC=
IF EXIST SOURCE\I386\SVCPACK\spsetup.exe ECHO>>WORK\SVCMAIN.TXT SPSETUP.EXE /q /n /z
FOR /F %%I IN ('FINDSTR/IR /C:"USP 5\.1" SOURCE\cdromsp5.tst') DO SET VERSIONIE=2KIE6
)

Exactly this line:

IF EXIST SOURCE\I386\SVCPACK\spsetup.exe ECHO>>WORK\SVCMAIN.TXT SPSETUP.EXE /q /n /z

The problem here is that there's no "spsetup.exe" in USP 5.1 but there is "setupusp.exe". The line should look like this:

IF EXIST SOURCE\I386\SVCPACK\setupusp.exe ECHO>>WORK\SVCMAIN.TXT SETUPUSP.EXE /q /n /z

This is why I hate HFSLIP so much. Way too many things are hard coded :angry:

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@tomasz86, I'm confused. It looks like you've said:

The problem is here, "A" (setupusp.exe), specifically this line, "B" (spsetup.exe), it should be "A" (setupusp.exe).

While I expected you to say:

The problem is here, "A", specifically this line, "A", it should be "B".

or

The problem is here, "B", specifically this line, "B", it should be "A".

Or did I misunderstand something? (That happens all the time. :) ) Please clarify.

Cheers and Regards

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Fixed :blushing:

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Are there other SP's in use that do have "spsetup.exe"? If so, maybe having both lines, rather than editing the line, would be a better solution? That way all the bases would be covered yet not cause you any problems with SP5.2. Or was it just a typo that is just now coming to light?

Cheers and Regards

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It seems to be just a typo. Official SPs don't use SVCPACK folder at all.

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new file-checker for XP:

2012-06-21
- Added: KB2685939 (MS12-036: Remote Desktop)
- Added: KB2699988 (MS12-037: Internet Explorer)
- Added: KB2709162 (MS12-041: Windows Kernel-Mode Drivers)
- Added: KB2707511 (MS12-042: Windows Kernel)
- Added: Malicious Software Removal Tool 4.9.6301.0
- Removed: KB2621440 (MS12-020: Remote Desktop Protocol, replaced by KB2685939)
- Removed: KB2675157 (MS12-023: Internet Explorer, replaced by KB2699988)
- Removed: KB2676562 (MS12-034: Windows, Kernel and Kernel Mode Driver, replaced
by KB2709162 and KB2707511)
- Removed: Malicious Software Removal Tool 4.8.6201.0

Download: HFSLIPFC v.2012/05/04 with WindowsXP-update-list v.2012/06/21

It seems to be just a typo. Official SPs don't use SVCPACK folder at all.

So I will fix this typo and publish a new HFSLIP asap! Thx for the info! :) Edited by Mim0
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