Mim0

The File-Checker (HFSLIPFC) for HFSLIP

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thx, mimo.

Still can't download. Plus, your site is having problems again...

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new file-checker for XP:

2012-12-13
- Added: KB2761465 (MS12-077: Internet Explorer)
- Added: KB2753842 (MS12-078: Windows Kernel-Mode Drivers, OpenType Compact Font Format (CFF) driver)
- Added: KB2779030 (MS12-078: Windows Kernel-Mode Drivers, Win32k.sys)
- Added: KB2758857 (MS12-081: Windows File Handling Component)
- Added: KB2770660 (MS12-082: DirectPlay)
- Added: KB931125 (Roots Certificates Update December 2012 (37.0.2195.0))
- Added: KB890830 (Malicious Software Removal Tool 4.15.6902.0)
- Added: Adobe Flash Player 11.5.502.135
- Added: Replacement-info for KB959426 (it will be obsolete if advisory KB968389 is present.
Security update KB2758857 is also needed for complete replacement but security
updates will be expected anyway. The file-checker cannot check for update1 AND update2
just for update1 OR update2 what is not suitable here.)
- Removed: KB2507618 (MS11-032: OpenType Compact Font Format (CFF) Driver, replaced by KB2753842)
- Removed: KB2744842 (MS12-063: Internet Explorer, replaced by KB2761465)
- Removed: KB2761226 (MS12-075: Windows Kernel-Mode Drivers, replaced by KB2779030)
- Removed: KB931125 (Roots Certificates Update April 2012 (36.0.2195.0), replaced by v37)
- Removed: KB890830 (Malicious Software Removal Tool 4.14.6800.0, replaced by v4.15)
- Removed: Adobe Flash Player 11.5.502.110 (replaced by v11.5.502.135)

Download: HFSLIPFC v.2012/05/04 with WindowsXP-update-list v.2012/12/13

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Hey Mimo, are you going to update your Office 2003 file-checker soon?

I've updated my last post, so you can save your time checking the Microsoft Update:

More compact version:

Minus sign means 'to be removed'; plus sign means 'to add this update'.
-2597086 (replaced by 2687481, 2012-Nov)
-2598361 (replaced by 2687626*, 2012-Nov)
-2687323 (replaced by 2726929*, 2012-Dec)
-2687324 (replaced by 2760574, 2013-Jan)
-2687403 (replaced by 2760754, 2013-Jan)
-2687483 (replaced by 2760497, 2012-Dec)
+2687481
+2687626
+2726929
+2760497
+2760574
+2760754

EDIT: updated for January 2013 Patch Tuesday.

Edited by Explorer09
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Hey Mimo, are you going to update your Office 2003 file-checker soon?

Yes, the Office 2003 update list will be updated too. Many thanks for your help! :thumbup
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Be aware,

i realized some tests on a VM, when you move KB961742-v3 to HFSVCPACK_SW1, at the first startup of windows when you logon, the my documents window open up. And each time you logon this window appears...

This KB is definitely strange.

A solution is to make a cab in HFGUIRUNONCE to install silently at first logon.

Like Mim0 said, if you don't use WinXP on a VM under Win 7, don't use it ;)

I do use include and have no problems.

BTW. do you install any third party software?

Have you checked the startup line with Autoruns?

it was a vanilla WinXP SP3 updated with the latest Mim0's file-checker, nothing in the autorun or anywhere.

Like said Mim0, you have to copy KB961742-v3 to HFSVCPACK_SW1 directory, not HF.

Same "My Documents" problem here. What I have found out is that if you slipstream KB961742-v3 in HFSVCPACK_SW1(perhaps with some bad interaction with other unknown fixes), for some reason registry value of "Userinit" at

HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon

becomes not as intended(by installer).

Without 961742-v3

"Userinit"="C:\Windows\system32\userinit.exe,"

961742-v3 at HFSVCPACK_SW1

"Userinit"="C:\Windows\system32\userinit.exe,C:\Windows\system32\rdpinit.exe,"

961742-v3 at standalone(after you've installed OS without 961742-v3 slipstreamed)

"Userinit"="C:\Windows\system32\rdpinit.exe,"

I think that either userinit.exe or rdpinit.exe causes explorer.exe(intended as shell) to launch at logon so if you have double entry in here, one more (unwanted) windows explorer launches.

To fix it, just replace that entry with correct value manually.

"Userinit"="C:\Windows\system32\rdpinit.exe,"

I have personally verified the correctness of registry entry after I manually fixed and uninstalled KB961642-v3 after this fix. After uninstallation, this entry becomes original value

"Userinit"="C:\Windows\system32\userinit.exe,"

regardless of manually modifying this entry, BUT YOUR MILAGE MAY VARY SO BE CAREFUL - this entry is crucial on successful launch of windows.

I'm now wondering if there is a way to automatically apply registry fix after HFSVCPACK_SW1 slipstreamed 961742-v3 installs.

Some help would be really appreciated;) Thanks.

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Looks like we got a v2...

-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----

Hash: SHA256

********************************************************************

Title: Microsoft Security Bulletin Re-Releases

Issued: December 20, 2012

********************************************************************

Summary

=======

The following bulletins have undergone a major revision increment.

Please see the appropriate bulletin for more details.

* MS12-078 - Critical

* MS12-dec

Bulletin Information:

=====================

* MS12-078 - Critical

- http://technet.microsoft.com/security/bulletin/MS12-078

- Reason for Revision: V2.0 (December 20, 2012): Rereleased

update KB2753842 to resolve an issue with OpenType fonts not

properly rendering after the original update was installed.

Customers who have successfully installed the original KB2753842

update need to install the rereleased update.

- Originally posted: December 11, 2012

- Updated: December 20, 2012

- Bulletin Severity Rating: Critical

- Version: 2.0

* MS12-dec

- http://technet.microsoft.com/security/bulletin/ms12-dec

- Reason for Revision: V2.0 (December 20, 2012): For MS12-078,

rereleased update KB2753842 to resolve an issue with OpenType

fonts not properly rendering after the original update was

installed. Customers who have successfully installed the

original KB2753842 update need to install the rereleased update.

- Originally posted: December 11, 2012

- Updated: December 20, 2012

- Version: 2.0

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Windows XP

KB2757638 | MS13-002 | msxml | 36306 | Doesn't replace KB2719985

KB2758694 | MS13-002 | msxml4 (optional component) | 36292 | Replaces KB2721691

APSB13-01 | Flash Player 11.5.502.146 | (a.k.a. KB2796096 in IE10)

Office 2003

KB2760574 | MS13-002 | msxml | 36361 | Replaces KB2687627

KB2760754 | not security | outlfltr | 36353 | Replaces KB2760582

And I've updated your 'todo' list for the Office 2003 updates:

Minus sign means 'to be removed'; plus sign means 'to add this update'.
-2597086 (replaced by 2687481, 2012-Nov)
-2598361 (replaced by 2687626*, 2012-Nov)
-2687323 (replaced by 2726929*, 2012-Dec)
-2687324 (replaced by 2760574, 2013-Jan)
-2687403 (replaced by 2760754, 2013-Jan)
-2687483 (replaced by 2760497, 2012-Dec)
+2687481
+2687626
+2726929
+2760497
+2760574
+2760754

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new file-checker for XP:

2013-01-11
- Added: KB2798897 (Security Advisory 2798897: Certificates Revocation)
- Added: KB2757638 (MS13-002: Microsoft XML Core Services, MSXML 6)
- Added: KB2758694 (MS13-002: Microsoft XML Core Services, MSXML 4)
- Added: KB890830 (Malicious Software Removal Tool 4.16.7000.0)
- Added: Adobe Flash Player 11.5.502.146
- Removed: KB2728973 (Security Advisory 2728973: Certificates Revocation, replaced by KB2798897)
- Removed: KB2721691 (MS12-043: Microsoft XML Core Services, MSXML 4, replaced by KB2758694)
- Removed: KB890830 (Malicious Software Removal Tool 4.15.6902.0)
- Removed: Adobe Flash Player 11.5.502.135

Download: HFSLIPFC v.2012/05/04 with WindowsXP-update-list v.2013/01/11

BTW: Urgend Update for IE shortly available: http://blogs.technet.com/b/msrc/archive/2013/01/13/advance-notification-for-update-to-address-security-advisory-2794220.aspx

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It's available now: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/security/Bulletin/MS13-008

KB2794220 | MS13-008 | IE (mshtml.dll) | IE6:36401 IE8:36418 |

This update is not cumulative, so it might be replaced by a cumulative update in the future.

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I remember reading that KB2779562 is still needed.

EDIT: Yep. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2794119

We recommend that you deploy the most current Windows cumulative time zone update (KB2779562) before installing this to guarantee the consistency of the time zone database on all systems.

Might be worth it to compare the .infs to see if MS is really on the ball this time.

Edited by -X-
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