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prathapml

win2k hotstream - topic continued

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Hey,

Well just installed. hehe :)

Well maybe in the next build include Microsoft Update. That is so you do not have to download the first time and even have its shortcut created in the start menu?

Also, I thought this includes the Update Rollup 1 for Windows 2000 Service Pack 4 (KB891861) ?

Still showing up on Microsoft Update.

Just an idea,

Will

Edited by war59312

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look in the - close thread, - the Rollup pack is actualy in the file excapt for 2 files something about MS releasing a new Driver model support ...

Gurglemeyer didn't want to include a new (half in beta) feature witch would probebly not work stable anyways so he left the file out...

He also said it was recoment it NOT to install ....

BTW: - would it be better - to NOT make diferent release versions, but non-cumulative feature packs instead...

and end up with a couple of files that u should intergrate to get a Extreme Edition setup...

id gues for

> W2KUSP5_Base.exe -------- (basic windows security updates)

> W2KUSP5_Runtime.exe ---- (MSI3.1 + DX9 + NETFX1.1 and WSH5)

> W2KUSP5_IExpl.exe -------- (IE / OE)

> W2KUSP5_Mplay.exe ------- (wmp 9 + win movie maker and all media stuff).

> W2KUSP5_Serv.exe ------- (IIS and ALL windows server compontents + updates)

Edited by -I-

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Hi :)

By splitting the USP I'd have to do much more testing. I'd much rather release future USP's side by side in a crosslinked ISO image - but it's not as easy as it sounds. (I could even release my personal edition then :lol:)

But I'll consider it carefully - atm I'm committed to USP 5.1 :yes:

Best regards,

Gurgelmeyer B)

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All we need to really do is find a suitable HTTP host. Then splitting it up wouldn't be necessary (except possibly for those who would like to pick and choose what components are installed)

Gurgelmeyer, keep up the good work.

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Or not having to download, USP5 2 timen because you dont want IIS update files on youer windows 2k workstation, and dond want media player 9 on your advanced server. (see my point?)

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Looks like he deserves it. 10 votes so far from readers have it at 5 of 5, thats pretty rare, looks like people dig it. :thumbup

Softpedia and Majorgeeks. :D

Gurgelmeyer's gonna get famous now.

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Hi all,

I am a bit confused now: Is this really SR1 *FINAL* ?

I've installed it but it's displayed as SP5 in my softwarelist, not SP5 SR1!

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@Seppl - Yes - it's final. The build number is at the bottom of the autorun.htm file - USP 5.01 build 11-2005-10-17 (service release 1) :)

@Alexander Maxim - you're right, I did't :) Had some personal stuff to take care of :}

I'm a bit surprised - >1600 dl's in a day or so - wow! Btw, the description should say 403 hotfixes rather than 168 hotfixes. ;)

Edited by Gurgelmeyer

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Btw, the description should say 403 hotfixes rather than 168 hotfixes. ;)

ops, sorry about that. Fixed! :)

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