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  1. KUC Feature Packages IIS - Internet Information Services - formerly called Internet Information Server – is a web server software application and set of feature extension modules created by Microsoft for use with Microsoft Windows.[2] IIS 7.5 supports HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, FTPS, SMTP and NNTP. It is an integral part of the Windows Server family of products (and their client counterparts in the cases of Windows NT 4.0 andWindows 2000), as well as certain editions of Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7. IIS is not turned on by default when Windows is installed. The IIS Manager is accessed thro
  2. KUC Additions IE9 - I'm guessing obviously if you have Internet Explorer 9 or plan on installing it IE10 - see IE9 RSAT - Remote Server Administration Tools - "enables IT administrators to manage roles and features that are installed on remote computers that are running Windows Server 2008 R2 with SP1 or Windows Server 2008 R2 (and, for some roles and features, Windows Server 2008 or Windows Server 2003) from a remote computer that is running Windows 7 or Windows 7 with SP1." AD LDS - Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services - "...formerly known as Active Directory Application M
  3. Not sure what went right but I copied my extracted Windows 7 source folder onto a virtual machine, used Win Toolkit to integrate all of the updates that I got from KUC and then made an ISO using Win Toolkit. It installed!! Only thing is it's showing 7 important updates for 260mb! Guess it's time to research all the extra check boxes in KUC and download the rest of what I need and get that into a working install to see what Windows Update says I need after that.
  4. That was my next guess, just tried it without the 2660075 update and still getting failed installations with error 0x80070570.
  5. Confirmed, doesn't matter whether KUC or DISM installs the 2660075 package in LDR mode, it always comes back as a bad package so I will now try to get a fresh copy of it. ============================================================= Confirmed that it still registers as bad packages even with a fresh download directly from Microsoft. This is really starting to get on my nerves! The only thing left I can think of is remove the LDR packages since you get both the SP1_BF with the _BF and then reinstall the normal GDR 2660075 which didn't show up as bad, just came up for removal. I haven't
  6. @svan71 Are you interested in only those updates? If you just need updates then try going to Komm's site and using his software at least to download. You can then point Win Toolkit to use that download directory for integrating updates. Sorry if that's not what you were looking for or too elementary, I'm new and that's how I've been working on getting my updates.
  7. KB2660075 PROBLEMS Ok so I've got it down to where I know I'm having problems with just KB2660075 but I'm not sure how to fix it. I can have everything else good but that needs to install but when I install it, KUC says 2 packages of 2660075 had problems installing. My point I guess is that it's repeatable for me and isolated but I don't know how to fix it. I've tried manually adding it through DISM both normally and just the LDR version and each time KUC recognizes them as being bad. Maybe that MSU is bad and I need to re-download it? If that's the case then how does DISM say it insta
  8. Same here on the error. Sites that check if a site is up or down tell me it's just me. I can ping the site though and get the custom site icon in the browser tab and I was able to download from the site yesterday during the day.
  9. Removal Attempts First try was unsuccessful. Looking here to see about the syntax as I tried using the /remove-package, /packagepath and /packagename:windows6.1-kn2660075-x64.msu. The Microsoft link says take note of the package identity which from looking at the packages.txt is different and shorter than the filename which is what I used for the/packagename. I should also mention that when I used the/packagename, I got back an error trying to open ... 0x80070057 and error 87. The first error is the same that I get when I've attempted to install windows using and integrated updates ISO. Jus
  10. Still attempting to get all updates integrated - KUC bad packages I'm still working with the exported Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit image off of the original ISO. KUC still shows 4 updates as being bad. When I check the Packages_out log I see these: -2660075 install pending Windows6.1-KB2660075-x64.msu BAD A problem occurred ... remove and/or reinstall 2660075 -2660075 Not present Windows6.1-KB2660075-x64.msu BAD/IGNORE A problem occurred .. you can't remove ... try reinstallation of 2660075 -2660075 Not present Windows6
  11. The Beginning (The last 2 paragraphs explain about where I am currently and what's still giving me problems - windows install error 0x80070570 and 404 error for hotfix.cesidian.info breaking the Update Catalog) I'm going to do my best to try to start where I started but I've already started to lose some perspective on that just in a few days! I've always wanted to do something like this but thought it would take a lot of time and programming skills so I didn't bother but considering when my computer screws up bad it usually ends up needing to be reformatted, I figured I should look into a
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