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  1. Either use the 3-addons per architecture:

    vcredist_x64_2019_WinAll_14.22.27706.WA
    vcredist_x64_2013d_WinAll.WA
    vcredist_x64_SxS_Win7.WA

    vcredist_x86_2019_WinAll_14.22.27706.WA
    vcredist_x86_2013d_WinAll.WA
    vcredist_x86_SxS_Win7.WA

    -
    or only use the AIO addon:
    vcredist_x64_Win7_20190523.WA
    vcredist_x86_Win7_20190523.WA
     


  2. 1) The two speces are the default state from original installer

    2) i use slim msi installers for all vcredist, msi entries do not have display icon by default
    https://github.com/abbodi1406/vcredist

    using original installers (specially 2017/2013/2012) will add many bloat files and registy:
    https://forums.mydigitallife.net/posts/1472819/

    i could add custom display icon for each msi file (similar to .NET addon), but i'm trying to keep things minimal and default as much as possible

    3) actually, upon further tsting, there are more diffirent registry values in COMPONENTS keys
    i will update Win810 addons

    4) thanks for notifying, SxS entries are hard to keep an eye on :)
    i will fix that ASAP
     


  3. 10 hours ago, simplix said:

    Hello, abbodi1406!

    If you have plans to create an addon of VisualCppRedist AIO, I will add its support in UpdatePack7R2. If people need it at all, because I have seen an outdated topic in this section of the forum.

    It's doable, but will not be complete

    2017 is updated constantly
    maybe i will make two, one with 2010/2012/2013, and one with 2017 only which i could easily update

    2005/2008 are WinSxS assemblies, they cannot be properly added offline, so they are out of the picture for now

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