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DavidB3

how to get Windows Server 2003 x86 post SP2 updates?

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3b - You said by WSUS? Can you explain (you mean the Offline one)? ALL files come from MS' WSUS Servers.

Yes.

Sorry, still unclear. "Yes" to Offline WSUS? This one?

http://www.wsusoffline.net/

If so, your Updates don't match what I just now downloaded. Naturally, certain ones do -not- directly Integrate, such as dotNet, and will need to be integrated with an Add-On, such as your DX9 above.

Where did you obtain this list and the corresponding downloads?

BTW, please be so kind as to do/answer -

1 - Make an Attachment of your list instead of putting it in a Box (save visual space)

2 - Could you please attach (not paste) your "LastSession.INI" (-not- the "_u.ini" one)

3 - Did nLite give -any- errors?

4 - Is this a "pure" never-altered Server2k3?

FAQ - http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/158294-nlite-officialunofficial-faq/

REF - http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/143271-nlite-reference-guide/

Generally, in nLite it's wise to sort the Fixes "Date Ascending", and perhaps put the IE8 and WUA last. First opportunity, I'll do a "test integrate and install" to perhaps ascertain what's going wrong.

edit - Guess I should mention, I haven't used nLite v1.9.3 yet. Still using nLite v1.9.1.

edit2 - Are you downloading (somehow?) based upon this list?

http://www.vorck.com/windows/hotfixes_2003.html

Many of your updates don't even belong! Example - KB925902 Obsolete!!!

edit3 - APPEARS that you're doing a "mix" of various info sources, e.g. the RyanVM Update Pack list (link in this thread that you didn't want to use). Still confused as to -how- you downloaded them. You repeatedly say WSUS - HOW via WSUS? A company server?

post-72994-0-84976700-1389646135.jpg

Please explain...

This WSUS? - http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/windowsserver/bb332157.aspx

edit 4! JFYI, the only REAL way to get an accurate depiction is to get WU to function on a Clean -FULL- (all optionals/server roles) Install and use WU to list -all- Updates, then review which ones are Superseded and remove them from The List. This is probably how -X- began his venture then tracked the Updates each month.

Edited by submix8c

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