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Mim0

The File-Checker (HFSLIPFC) for HFSLIP

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Mim0    1

sh*t! :realmad: Sometimes the FTP-access of the webspace is a little bit strange - and my upload-script cannot read-back and check if all is correctly uploaded. But OK, the webspace is free... Thx again! :)

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Explorer09    4

system variables NEVER have spaces...

I meant the Windows directory. %ProgramFiles% can have spaces ("Program Files") but I don't think that the Windows directory can.

You are right, the Windows directory needs to follow the 8.3 filename convention. I tested just now.

If it doesn't, an error message "The directory name is invalid. Directory names must contain 8 or less valid characters." will appear.

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tomasz86    70

I've also done some investigation and the fact is that M$ never uses quotes when referring to %systemroot% in their updates so it can be said for sure that %systemroot% can't have spaces :)

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jvidal    0

What I meant is that the variables can't have spaces, I wasn't talking about the content of the variables.

The variable NAME can't have spaces in it (that's what I meant)

bye!

And yep, new flash and new script needed.

BTW, mimo, why does the script want rvkroots.exe in hfsvcpack? I slipstreamed with it in the HF folder and MU is happy, it doesn't ask for it.

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ykchanaed    0

How about the new version of WU, MU, Update Agent?:

Windows Update to v7.6.7600.256 (plus Windows Update Web Control v7.6.7600.257), Microsoft Update to v7.6.7600.257, Microsoft Update Catalog Web Control to v7.4.7057.249

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Credits for that binary go to ricktendo64 and to submix8c for the script that creates it on the fly. I just incorporated it into my UDC script.

BTW, you need to use it with the /wuforce switch to have it install the wuweb.dll .257. Otherwise you will still be prompted to install a small activeX control http://www.update.microsoft.com/windowsupdate/v6/V5Controls/en/x86/client/wuweb_site.cab?1340811078433 .

Edited by -X-

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SunLion    1

Hi Mr X,

I used this WindowsUpdateAgent with the hfslip normally and, in my testing with VirtualBox this don’t occurred. After the installation has been completed, I visited the Windowsupdate and wasn't prompted to install another activex.

Take this opportunity to thank everyone for the excellent work!

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