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lwjohns

Post-SP1 extras and add-ons for Windows 7 (Updated 17 JAN 2015)

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Continuing on from the Language Packs I did a while ago, here are some more extras and add-ons for Windows 7.

Where available, I have included either the CAB, MSU, MSI or MSP versions for easy integration or installation.

So far I've included Language Packs, IE9, IE10, IE11, XP Mode, .Net Framework 4.5.2, Remote Server Tools, Java Runtime, Adobe Flash Player, Adobe Shockwave Player and Adobe Reader 9 - 11

 

Now added RDP Updates

win7Extras-sp1-x86.ulz

win7Extras-sp1-x64.ulz

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thanks, it's working great with my german version of W7 Ultimate SP1 x64

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Why two link for the same architecture ?

Have you the same for X86 ones ?

Thanks for reply :)

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Why two link for the same architecture ?

Have you the same for X86 ones ?

Thanks for pointing that out. There should be two different links. Now fixed.

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Thanks for making this add-on list lwjohns, I'll provide a link to this thread on my Win7 SP1 Thread :)

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Added latest Java Update. Fixed incorrect filename for Flash update

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Hi lwjohns , thank you for this post , i was looking around for this

 

i,m wondering tho , i,m quit new to making a slipstreamed version of W7 , i saw the Netframework 4.5.1 is an installer file & the Adobe Reader an msi extension . how do i integrate this into the Image?

 

i,m using the  latest Rt7 lite Beta , should i add , let,s say the netframework 4 exe under the application,s Tab ? ,   ( assuming , for ease that perhap,s most here use it aswell )

 

Apologies if i go a little off topic , trying to learn as i go about it

 

thx again

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Hi lwjohns , thank you for this post , i was looking around for this

 

i,m wondering tho , i,m quit new to making a slipstreamed version of W7 , i saw the Netframework 4.5.1 is an installer file & the Adobe Reader an msi extension . how do i integrate this into the Image?

 

i,m using the  latest Rt7 lite Beta , should i add , let,s say the netframework 4 exe under the application,s Tab ? ,   ( assuming , for ease that perhap,s most here use it aswell )

 

Apologies if i go a little off topic , trying to learn as i go about it

 

thx again

 

There are several different ways of doing this.  I use SetupComplete.CMD to install any non-integrated updates and software afterwards.

 

It looks something like

 

wusa <path>\Windows6.1-KB2533552-x64.msu /quiet /norestart

<path>\Silverlight-x64 /q

<path>\NDP452-KB2901907-x86-x64-AllOS-ENU /q /norestart

<path>\Windows-KB890830-x64-v5.12 /q

<path>\MSEInstall_x64_en_us /s /runwgacheck /o

 

Just test beforehand to ensure that everything runs silently as it runs in the background with no user interaction.  If you have a command that needs some input, then it will just sit there forever with a black screen waiting for the input.

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Any updates?

 

I'm no longer using Windows 7 so it's not on the top of things for me to do.  They may be updates from time to time, but won't be every month.

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