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Hotfixes checklist for both versions of XP

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I have a concern that I need someone to make sure these hotfixes are compatible for both copies of Home Edition and Professional for X86, Service Pack 3.

Please help me by pointing out the particular hotfix that won't be able to slipstream.

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Thank you very much.
Lucan

edited: I forgot to add this paragraph:

- WindowsXP-WindowsMedia11-KB2834904-x86-ENU.exe - This patch was botched along with KB2803821 - [http://www.infoworld.com/t/microsoft-windows/another-botched-windows-patch-ms13-057kb-2803821kb-2834904-222636]- kb2661254-X86-ENU.exe - This is widespread enterprise RSA issues. - [http://krebsonsecurity.com/tag/kb2661254/]- KB890830-v4.18.exe - This is for Malicious Software Removal Tools X64, however, reports says this scans and remove any WGA Validations, rendering the pirated licenses useless.- KB025902 - Hotfix integration failed. Please report if this is unexpected.


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Sorry, I'm not going to search for all those updates but you can check it against my list @ http://xdot.tk/.

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OMG that page is pure gold -X- !! :w00t:

Is that in a pinned thread?

I really need to clean my own list from obsolete\unneeded old entries.

But.. how did you check the replaced patches?? So far, I've used Technet with a boring manual procedure lol :blushing:

P.s: do other similar pages exist for MS products like WMP11, Office 2003 (even if I often use the open source alternatives) and NetFramework 3.5 + 4?

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It is indeed pure gold, extremely useful.

I wish to find something similar for windows 7.

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A list for WMP11 has been posted in boooggy's slipstreamer thread. I try to keep it up to date.

Kurt_Aust maintains a list of high priority updates for dotNET 2.0 through 4.0 as part of his XP x64 project; the dotNET list is the same regardless of architecture. A more comprehensive list of updates for dotNET 4.0--including updates that aren't security related--is provided by ricktendo on WinCert in his release post for an updated installer.

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Thank you 5eraph, I'll also check those lists!

(Office2003 list anyone?)

Do you know, however, if those ms programs (WMP11,Netframework and maybe Directx9c) can be slipstreamed with nlite too?

In the past I've only integrated Windows generic KB fixes and silently installed the rest via runonceex (maybe to avoid having to redo the image after new versions, but by now I won't get new ones for the old Xp).

I have a question about some very old WinXp KB in my list. Are these still needed or have been replaced?

- 887606,889320,917021 --> these could have already been included in SP3, but I remember having some problem without integrating them. Do you know anything about these?

- 922120 --> this could not be integrated with nlite

- User Profile Hive Cleanup Service --> can this be slipstreamed?

Wmp fixes:

- 954156,979332, --> are wmenc9 patches needed with or without wmp11?

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I can't help with Office2003. Haven't used it in eight years. Perhaps somebody else can chime in.

nLite can slipstream WMP11 if you have boooggy's slipstreamer installed. Place the WMP11 installer in nLite's Hotfix section and nLite will call the WMP11 slipstreamer automatically when needed.

nLite v1.4.9.1 cannot directly slipstream DirectX9c or dotNET. Haven't tried them with v1.4.9.3, but an addon exists for DX9c that can be used with nLite.

KB887606, KB889320 and KB917021 are no longer needed with Windows XP x86 SP3.

I once maintained a KB922120 addon for XP x86 SP2. Have you tried the KB922120 update package with the latest version of nLite (v1.4.9.3)?

The User Profile Hive Cleanup Service can be slipstreamed by using an addon.

Windows Media Encoder 9 patches are needed with or without WMP11. However, KB954156 and KB979332 were both superseded by KB2447961 the last time I checked. But why stop there? The latest Windows Media encoder is Expression Encoder 4 SP2, but it requires dotNET 4.0 Full. EE4SP2 has no high priority updates at this time. And it works to encode WMA Lossless files with Exact Audio Copy.

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OMG that page is pure gold -X- !! :w00t:

Is that in a pinned thread?

I really need to clean my own list from obsolete\unneeded old entries.

But.. how did you check the replaced patches?? So far, I've used Technet with a boring manual procedure lol :blushing:

P.s: do other similar pages exist for MS products like WMP11, Office 2003 (even if I often use the open source alternatives) and NetFramework 3.5 + 4?

I keep a folder with all the updates extracted. I check the new updates file names against that folder. More often than one would think, I find that Microsoft misses replacements in TechNet bulletins.

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Woa, lots of addons, I'll check those too.

I'll test the new Nlite way later, however, because it will take me forever to fix\tidy\update my WinXp+Apps image :}

Thanks 5eraph

That's a lot of work indeed -X-

Why don't MS guys simply show their complete list on the official site? Is that so difficult as releasing a d**n new SP? :thumbdown

p.s: do I really need both netframe3.5+fixes and netframe4.0+fixes? And both vcredist2008 and vcredist2010?

They're a lot (and big) to install via runonceex.. :huh:

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The answer in both cases is yes. They are required individually by different programs each.

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I disagree. You couldn't pay me enough to put .NET 3.5 (300+MB) or .NET 4.0 (393 MB) on my system. **** bloated runtimes! All that to run a 1 or 2 MB program?

I do however give in and run .NET 2.0 for just 3 apps.

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That was my decision also, stop with .NET 2.0 ... I had .NET 2.0 installed on my Windows 98SE setup and decided to only go that far with Windows XP.

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That's true -X- !

It's a pain, however, when you encounter those few programs that need the new version.

I've tried to search some kind of list in vain.

Anyway, MS should really extend to other apps the cumulative hotfix solution that is using for IE.

notes\questions about the main list at xdot.tk:

- check KB2479943 because it points to http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2479628

- isn't this for Xp too? ms11-095 , KB2626416

- about remote desktop, why did you include the 6.1 version instead of 7?

- why no Windows Installer 4.5 (v3?)

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Fixed that link. Thanks for pointing it out.

KB2626416 is for ADAM. That's not on a stock XP. I only do high-priority updates for a stock XP SP3.

Besides them not being high-priority updates, I see no benefit in installing Windows Installer 4.5 or RDC 7.

I use TeamViewer instead of RDC. Much better IMHO. You don't even have to install their software if you don't want. You can remote using Flash from TeamViewer Management Console.

I've had no problems using Windows Installer 3.1.

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Ok, sorry I'm just checking my messy list (I'll skip ADAM too) with yours.

About RDC7 I just thought that maybe 1 hotfix (I think) for a new version was better than multiple 6.1 patches, but I guess it's not cumulative.

Ok for Windows Installer (I'll install the 4.5, however, because it was required in some cases).

Thanks

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The release that you pointed to by jaynbe is a good one, and is the only one that I know of that covers 1.1/2.0/3.5/4.0 client in a single AddOn. But it all depends on exactly what your needs are. Other equally excellent makers of various releases are user_hidden and OnePiece/nonno fabio, (and ricktendo, but mostly for Win7 needs these days), which can all be found over where you found the releases by jaynbe. it all depends on what exactly you need; AddOn vs installer vs True AddOn, client vs full for 4.0, do you really need 1.1, etc. All of the above mentioned authors keep their work updated regularly, usually within a few days of each other, and also usually within a few days of patch Tuesday. So do some reading and make your choice.

Cheers and Regards

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Oh, thanks bphlpt!

My objective was to find a slim complete installer for all netframe releases and patches to use in RunOnceEx.

Jainbe's release seems great, but I needed some review and information.

Questions:

1- does this contain all the 3.5 and 4.0 patches too? dNET1.1SP1 + 3.5SP1 + 4.0 (Client Profile)

2- I've never used a single Nlite addon so far: are these executed at RunOnceEx too? I have a custom multi-page RunOnceEx, do you know if this could break it?

Meanwhile, I'll check the other suggested releases too, thanks.

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1) Yes, as of the date it was released, AFAIK You should be able to find a changelog somewhere that specifies exactly what is included.

2) I think you will be better off asking that type of question in either in jaynbe's thread and/or one of the nLite forums. For best results, give as many details as you can. Of course you can always try it in a VM.

Cheers and Regards

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A lot of software now uses .NET Framework 4.0. As .NET 4.0 is independent of previous versions you can choose to only install the .NET 4.0 and remove .NET 2.0, 3.0 and 3.5 from your system. .NET 1.1 is legacy and I don't know of any recent software that needs it.

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