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zedox

Microsoft Update, asks for activex even though added cab to HFCABS

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zedox    0

I've downloaded the MUWEB_SITE cab from the link on Tommy76's page placed it in the HFCABS folder.

It appears the files within this cab are present in SOURCESS however when I go to the Microsoft update website it asks to install activex controls...

I've also added WindowsUpdate20.exe, Package Installer 6.1.22.4 , windows update cab (IUCTL.cab) and the office update cab (OPUC4.cab).

Have I missed something else?

Thanks all, :thumbup

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zedox    0

LAtest stable release, and the latest test release.

I've included...

IUCTL.CAB

LegitCheckControl.cab

OPUC4.CAB

MUWEB_SITE.CAB

in the HFCABS folder

and,

Super-Magician's selfextracting exe (Datastore.exe) in the HFSVCPACK folder

Windows update works fine, but microsoft update asks for activex controls.

Should also note, I use nLite to slipstream IE7

I've tested this without slipstreaming IE7 and Microsoft Update worked.

So I'm assuming IE7 requires different controls maybe?

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zedox    0

I've just checked the version number of MUWEB.DLL in system32 of my install and it matches that of MUWEB_SITE.CAB, why doesn it woooorkkkk!

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Tomcat76    0

Funny... I never experienced this RunOnceEx problem... Not even when HFSLIP slipstreamed IE7 and didn't delete the IE7 version of iernonce.dll...

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Tomcat76    0

Sure you aren't removing anything with nLite?

Open WindowsUpdate.log (not Windows Update.log) from the WINDOWS folder in Notepad and look for a "Setup: Checking whether self-update is required" header. Below that, you should see a bunch of files being referred to and some details on whether they need to be updated or not. Is everything OK there?

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zedox    0
2006-12-07 17:14:07 668 394 Setup Update required for C:\WINDOWS\system32\mucltui.dll: target version = 0.0.0.0, required version = 5.8.0.2469

Only file that comes up as missing.

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zedox    0

I registered the MUCLTUI.DLL on a clean install.

Tried Microsoft Update and it's still requiring the ActiveX controls...

Ran out of ideas now!

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