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  1. I tried it with 2 versions, Win7 and 8.1 It's not a big deal, it's placed into the runonce section and it works. Thanks anyway for the reply, the real reason remains a mystery,
  2. It's strange that only DISM gives me a error for this update. Wintoolkit also use dism for integration of updates or am I wrong about this?
  3. I tried also integrate the 2 others, KB3101246 & KB3081320. Believe it or not, this also gives me a error warning. So I don't have a clue what's wrong here. So for now I have place the update KB3101746 into the runonce section. This seems to work without any problem, after installation and checking for possible missing updates; WUD did not give me any new or missing updates. Not the most elegant solution, but it works for me.
  4. I always use DISM (started as admin) for this task. When I want to create a new monthly update, I first remove the superseeded then integrate the latest updates. I do let DISM slipstream all related updates in seperate sessions. Updates - Security - IE - NetFW So this month I did get some error message, that the file KB3101746 isn't 100% proper installed and that the proces needs to be started again.
  5. Guys, I get a error when I want to slipstream KB3101746 without KB3101246 & KB3081320. Did you all suceed to integrated this into the wim file? Or must I use it with the runonce install?
  6. @ricktendo Any chance that you could update this installer. WUD gives this month two new updates:. KB3074233 KB3074554 TIA
  7. @rhahgleuhargh First I want to express my gratitude, for all the good work you've done. And also to all the other persons, who have also contributed to accomplish these UL files. I only have a question about this vbs script. It's takes more than 25 minutes to hide all these unwanted files. Is this normal? It's placed in "runonce" section of WTK and last executed.
  8. I would like to know, if it's wise to use WTK to use the feature of creating a ISO file and rebuild the W10 image? I need to be sure, I don't like the idea that the install.wim is corrupted after this rebuild process.
  9. Fast as lightning, :omg: ... Thank you for this great service...
  10. @ricktendo This is a neverending story, today I get a notice that there's a update for silverlight available. The latest build now is "5.1.40728". http://www.microsoft.com/getsilverlight/Get-Started/Install/Default.aspx So I am almost afraid to ask, any change that you can update your installer? Camino
  11. @ianymaty Thanks for this information. This topic does have al the answers I need to know. :dancing:
  12. Hi all, I would like to know if it's possible to change the list of silent installers can be changed, after Wintoolkit has finished the job. Restarting wintoolkit, is one way to adjust the runonce list. The 2 files, WinToolkitRunOnce.exe & WinToolkitRunOnce.exe.config, are located in the install.wim system32 folder. I thought by adjusting the file "WinToolkitRunOnce.exe.config" I could change some minor settings. But these file doesn't show the list of installers. Any suggestion?
  13. @rictendo Is there a chance that you could find the time to update this silent installer to the latest release 5.1.40620.0 ?
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