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the_guy

HOTFIXES: Win2000 SP4, WinXP SP2, WinXP SP3 and Win2003 SP2

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@ponghy: compare the binaries in MS06-030/070 and MS04-044. Are there any files in MS04-044 that aren't included in the newer updates?

@Sonic: I added 922760 for Win2k SP4, which doesn't support IE7. I added in the changelog for XP SP2, though. Will remove now.

the_guy

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@ the_guy

first Thanx for all your work but i think you are missing this update for xp sp 2 KB922760

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That update is for IE6. My list is based on IE7.

the_guy

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Hi everybody!

Just to be sure. My pre-WMP11 hotfix were these:

WindowsMedia10-KB902344-x86-INTL.exe

WindowsMedia10-KB911565-v2-x86-ITA.exe

WindowsMedia10-KB917734-x86-ITA.exe

WindowsMedia-KB891122-x86-ITA.exe

WindowsMedia-KB911564-x86-ITA.exe

Today I installed a new XP copy with all the post SP2 hotfixes and WMP11 integrated (thanks to nLite and to Windows Media Player 11 Integrator B) ). I didn't integrate the hotfixes I wrote up because I thought that with WMP11 they weren't necessary.

Instead, after installation, Windows Update makes me download WindowsMedia10-KB911565-v2-x86-ITA and WindowsMedia-KB911564-x86-ITA, and not the other three ones.

So I'd like to know exactly what hotfixes (between those five I wrote) should I keep and what hotfixes could I eliminate from my PC for my future installations.

Thank you! ;)

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if you integrate wmp11, only kb911564 is needed, because it upgrades an XP file, no matter what version of wmp you have installed.

request of kb911565 is a MS bug: read posts #12 and #14

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if you integrate wmp11, only kb911564 is needed, because it upgrades an XP file, no matter what version of wmp you have installed.

request of kb911565 is a MS bug: read posts #12 and #14

Yes I read those posts, in fact I wrote because I was in doubt about all the other hotfixes, it wasn't so clear for me. So, I can delete all of them except KB911564, right???? ;)

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hi everyone

can someone tell me the switch for internet explorer 7 in batch mode ?

Thanx in advance

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KB924191 is replaced by KB927978, Right?

I make a fresh install and only install KB927978, selfupdate don't display KB924191.

However, other guy said KB924191 is also needed, anyone else can clarify it?

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KB924191 is replaced by KB927978, Right?

Wrong, where have you seen that ?

Hi

What are the switches for kb888111 (HQ audio) for xp ?

thx

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Sonic,

Microsoft said that we need muti-hofixes if installed muli-versions for MSXML, but KB927978 is a full installtion for MSXML 4.0 SP2.

So why we still need KB924191 for MSXML 3.0? Actually I have not seen this hotfix in my update list after a fresh installation with KB927978 slipstreamed.

Could you explain more about this, thanks.

Another question, if proved we still need KB924191, how can we get rid of MSXML 3.0? So we can definitely delete KB924191 from our unattended CD.

If I still have space, I don't care about this hotfix. The fact is that too many hotfixes make me difficult to make a 700M CD. The Microsoft should release a roll-up hotfix just like they did before.

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It's same way as .net framework. If updates exist for 1.1, the full 2.0 will not fix the security of the 1.1 and 1.1 is needed too ...

IMHO, for MSXML we must keep all differents version, no just the MSXML6.0 ...

Reading http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/...n/ms06-061.mspx I have understand the KB924191 is for XML version 3.0 , 4.0 and 6.0.

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do u have a link for this french kb888111 ??

Thanx in advance

Do a Google search on KB888111-x86-FRN-forsp2.exe
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Does anyone where I can find KB925876

Remote Desktop Connection (Terminal Services Client 6.0) for Windows XP (KB925876)

Download size: 1.5 MB

Remote Desktop Connection (Terminal Services Client 6.0) provides a way to use any new Terminal Services features introduced in Microsoft Windows Vista and Microsoft Windows Server Code Name “Longhorn” from a computer running Microsoft Windows XP with Service Pack 2 or Microsoft Windows Server 2003 with Service Pack 1.

*** Edit ***

Never mind, I found it

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/925876

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Hi Guys I have been on hiatus for a while. Could use some advice, I didn't realize the size of my \SVCPACK folder I have over 87 MS updates. Do I need to keep all of them or is it time for me to clean house and remove stuff. I was under the impression that I needed to keep all, but I have seen that the_guy has patches listed (removed). Stupid question I am sure but I guess I should start removing stuff?? If so can I just delete all my patches and download a whole new set of patches that are needed? What should be the total amount of patches needed for XP Sp2?

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Sorry for all the questions...

Thanks for your help in advance. Hey the_guy congrats on taking over.

EXPRESS

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From Post 1 of the topic:

MS WINDOWS XP PRO SP2 - (60) means 60 updates available with IE7 & WMP11 & Windows Live Messenger installed.

You can clear all your KB patches files and redownload the updated patches if you havn't updated your list more than 2 or 3 months because it's hard to find which are replaced/updated.

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Sonic, thanks for the info, another quick stupid question. I can download just those 60 listed on page one and I should be good to go?

I downloaded "Windows Updates Downloader 2.24" what's you take on that? Looks pretty simple to use... do you think its a reliable thing to use to download the files?

Thanks again,

EXPRESS

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yes you can just use the 60 patchs listed.

I don't know/use Windows Updates Downloader 2.24, but I think it's okay.

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has anyone had any luck slipstreaming KB917275

WindowsRightsManagementServicesSP2-KB917275-Client-ENU-x86.exe

I use RVM DriverPacks and Nlite all current as of today

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has anyone had any luck slipstreaming KB917275

WindowsRightsManagementServicesSP2-KB917275-Client-ENU-x86.exe

I use RVM DriverPacks and Nlite all current as of today

check my updatepack from my signature

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@all,

Is there a way to install the WindowsRightsManagementServicesSP2-KB917275-Client-ENU-x86.exe in an unattended way. I have everything else covered. Trying to find the right switch.

Greetings,

Bitfrotter

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@all,

Is there a way to install the WindowsRightsManagementServicesSP2-KB917275-Client-ENU-x86.exe in an unattended way. I have everything else covered. Trying to find the right switch.

Greetings,

Bitfrotter

@Bitfrotter

Got a Present for ya :)

How to Deploy the RMS Client

Found at the above link:

WindowsRightsManagementServicesSP2-KB917275-Client-ENU.exe -override 1 /I MsDrmClient.msi REBOOT=ReallySuppress /q -override 2 /I RmClientBackCompat.msi REBOOT=ReallySuppress /q

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has anyone had any luck slipstreaming KB917275

WindowsRightsManagementServicesSP2-KB917275-Client-ENU-x86.exe

I use RVM DriverPacks and Nlite all current as of today

check my updatepack from my signature

Thanks for the quick response, and thank you so much Boooggy for all of your hard work which is obvious. :thumbup

Sorry for not mentioning this was for XP SP2

I was not looking to start from scratch again, just to add the one I was missing.

I have used your packs previously and I find that Ryan's results in a cleaner final installation. (qfecheck)

I had checked at

http://www.ryanvm.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=3529 Last edited by boooggy on Wed Nov 29, 2006 8:42 am

to see if your pack included KB917275 but I missed the reference to it (I was searching for the KB#) which is why I posted here. (it might be nice to put a link to your current list of packages included on your download page.)

I love your Boooggy_WMP11Addon.7z and I am useing it. :D

So, is there anyway to add KB917275 to an existing "complete" installation setup.

make no mistake Boooggy I think you rock!

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