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  1. Ok, Round #2

    Windows 7 Professional SP1 x64

    First of all, I unchecked the "Move known Problem Updates to Silent Installers" option, to prevent Win Toolkit from doing strange tricks (it was moving updates KB3035126 and KB3035132 to the "RunOnce" section; as far as I know, those can be integrated offline without any issue).

    In the "Updates" section, I placed all the files from these categories:

    Updates (except for 5 updates which I manually had to put in the "RunOnce" section, read below) [175]

    Updates (Professional, Ultimate, and Enterprise Editions ONLY) [3]

    Remote Desktop Protocol 8.1 (optional) [9]

    Additional Updates (optional) [6]

    IE11 setup + KB3093983 [2]

    TOTAL: 195 files

    In the "RunOnce" section, I manually placed those five updates mentioned before, plus .net framework 4.6 and MRT dummy file.

    In the last position, the script to hide W10-related updates.









    TOTAL: 8 files

    Integration went smooth. From the logs, I cant'see no DISM errors.

    Installation was ok, too. Only, the RunOnce installer took a very long time, but it's a virtual machine, who knows.

    RESULTS: Success! WU asks ZERO updates (except for KB3095649, of course, which was released after this list).

    My opinion: currently, only KB3042058 filename is prefixed with a "z". To avoid ambiguity, and to improve the lists' usability, all the "online-only" updates should be prefixed with a "z".

    For October 2015 lists, those should be KB2533552, KB2603229, KB3020369, KB3042058, KB3046269.

    Just wanted to share my feedback.

  2. Install KB2533552 at first boot (runonce) rather than integrating it.

    Is this a known issue?

    Because I have done many integrations before, and I never had this problem.

    Anyway, reading WinToolkit logs, i found this:



    Name: KB2533552Path: C:\win7\updates\Windows6.1-KB2533552-x64.msuResult:Microsoft Windows [Versione 6.1.7601]Copyright (c) 2009 Microsoft Corporation. Tutti i diritti riservati.C:\win7\toolkit>chcp 65001C:\win7\toolkit>Set SEE_MASK_NOZONECHECKS=1C:\win7\toolkit>"C:\Windows\System32\Dism.exe" /Image:"C:\WinToolkit_Mount_AF8AF0EE2C05CDCB6B33AC75A00D4191" /Add-Package /PackagePath:"C:\win7\updates\Windows6.1-KB2533552-x64.msu" /ScratchDir:"C:\Windows\WinToolkit_Temp\ScratchDir_3EBC1B59195AFC2EA391D3558A8D9113" /EnglishDeployment Image Servicing and Management toolVersion: 6.1.7600.16385Image Version: 6.1.7600.16385Processing 1 of 1 - C:\win7\updates\Windows6.1-KB2533552-x64.msu: An error occurred applying the Unattend.xml file from the .msu package.For more information, review the log file.Error: 0x800f082eError: 0x800f082eDISM failed. No operation was performed.For more information, review the log file.The DISM log file can be found at C:\Windows\Logs\DISM\dism.logC:\win7\toolkit>exit
  3. First of all, thanks for your answer, and thanks for the effort you put in this work. I really appreciate that.

    The first KB is in UL in additional updates category.

    kb3080079 is in UL in additional updates category.

    I didn't download any file from the "Additional Updates" category, because I thought they were related to components (IIS and Telnet, for example) which are disabled by default in a clean, untouched install.

    I believe KB3078667 and KB3080079 should both be moved to the "Updates" category, since they're asked by WU in a default install, regardless of the user-activated components.

    For the last one it was published after the UL I prefer To Wait for next Update patch To include it.


    If a part of SP1 is asked There was a pb with KB2533552 during Windows installation.

    I am 100% sure that KB2533552 has been integrated in the image. I really don't know what could have gone wrong.

    I use to make tests on the same virtual machine, using the same image, with your lists from the last months, and this wasn't happening. =/

  4. I'm testing October list with win7 professional x64 on a virtual machine.

    I integrated all the common updates + pro/ult/ent only updates + rdp 8.1 updates + ie11 and its update

    Win Toolkit automatically moved some updates into Silent installer + SFX section.

    I manually added the only one update with the "z" prefix, plus .net framework 4.6 by ricktendo, plus MRT by icare, and the W10-updtaes hiding script from the first post in the last position.

    Integration and installation went ok, the W10 script has successfully hidden 13 updates, BUT...

    WU is asking for 4 updates, 2 important and 2 optional:


    976932 (a 9.1 MB chunk of SP1 - why?)



    How is that? I've been using these lists along with Win Toolkit for years, and I've always managed to get 0 updates asked by WU.

    I've also repeated the WHOLE process one more time to make sure I did not make any mistake. Same result.

  5. Here's a list of this month's updates. I compared the list of superseded updates (from microsoft update catalog) for every KB with your january list:



    KB3013455 supersedes KB3002885


    KB3029944 supersedes KB3013126

    KB3031432 supersedes KB3023266





    KB3021952 supersedes KB3008923

    KB3034196 requested after reboot

  6. I'd like to get more informations about this feature, since I didn't find anything in the guides section.

    If I understood correctly, when a "drivers" folder is found in the root of the install drive (or any other drive), the script is launched.
    It will install only the drivers in that folder that are actually needed by the system. Is it correct?

    1) May I ask how is that achieved? Does it have something to do with the SAD2 script?
    2) It sounds like a big improvement over integrating the drivers directly in the image. I mean: no integration time, no conflicts, less bloated image, and only the needed drivers will be actually installed.


    3. Is there any particular reason to still integrate drivers straight into the image? Except very special cases like usb3 drivers integrated to install windows from a usb3 port and take advantage of its speed.

  7. Thanks for your answer. Just a few doubts:

    1) in the download section there are a lot of different packages (one for each compression method, if I got it right). Which one should I use? Once downloaded, should I just rename it to mrt.sfx, or do I have to edit it?

    2) mrt.txt should contain the config text you wrote, right?

    the "installer" is a 7zip sfx that will copy the file in the right folder depending if executed on x64 or x86.

    3) is system32 the destination folder for both x86 and x64 systems?

    Sorry for the stupid questions, I'm kinda new to this world. I'm trying to learn something. Thanks for your help.

  8. You just have to create a dummy executable file with the correct file version of the month.


    I used Bat to exe converter (32bits) with this batch file (the content doesn't matter):

    @echo offtitle Leurre pour MRTecho +echo Outil de suppression des logiciels malveillants Microsoft Windowsecho +echo Version 5.10.10001.0 - Mars 2014echo +echo Ce fichier est un leurre pour KB890830-MRT (Malicious Removal Tool)echo +pause
    Don't forget to populate "File version" in Bat to exe.

    Excuse me mooms, once created this "dummy MRT" exe file, how can I make an installer that puts it in the right folder, like yours?

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