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Posts posted by dougiefresh2

  1. Much less KB?  I disagree.  Updates like KB2603229 and KB4099950 (which WinToolkit downloads under the _NotAllowedOffline folder) integrate just fine via WinToolkit once this list of updates is installed.

    Can this list be done in one pass?  Yeah, probably, as long as the ORDER of updates is maintained.  I found it useful to use TCC/LE in my quest to find the updates and put them in the right order for WinToolkit to integrate them.  Yes, I had to download quite a few updates myself, but it was well worth it.

    Btw, I've decided to share my success with KB2533552 with this community, so it is available here.  Once installed via the script, KB3046269 is easy to install.  KB3177467 takes a bit more work to correctly install so that more updates can be added to the WIM.  I'll update the script I referenced earlier once I figure out how to do this with the script.

  2. Here is the script I wrote for direct-integration of KB2533552 into your Windows 7 install:

    @echo off
    set KB2533552=%1
    :: Figure out where the mounted Windows install is:
    for /F "tokens=* USEBACKQ" %%F IN (`dism /get-mountedwiminfo | find "Mount Dir"`) DO (SET line=%%F)
    set "MOUNT_DIR=%line:* : =%"
    :: Extract the %temp%\KB2533552 package and patch it for DISM:
    mkdir "%temp%\KB2533552"
    expand -F:* "%KB2533552%" "%temp%\KB2533552"\
    mkdir "%temp%\KB2533552\Unpacked"
    expand -F:* "%temp%\KB2533552\Windows6.1-KB2533552-x64.cab" "%temp%\KB2533552\Unpacked"\
    copy "%temp%\KB2533552\Unpacked\update.mum" "%temp%\KB2533552\Unpacked\update.mum.bak"
    :: Use VBS to replace specific text inside of the "update.mum" file:
    echo Const ForReading = 1 > ""%temp%\replace.vbs""
    echo Const ForWriting = 2 >> "%temp%\replace.vbs"
    echo. >> "%temp%\replace.vbs"
    echo strFileName = Wscript.Arguments(0) >> "%temp%\replace.vbs"
    echo strOldText = "exclusive=" + chr(34) + "true" + chr(34) +" allowedOffline=" + chr(34) + "false" + chr(34) >> "%temp%\replace.vbs"
    echo strNewText = "exclusive=" + chr(34) + "false" + chr(34) +" allowedOffline=" + chr(34) + "true" + chr(34) >> "%temp%\replace.vbs"
    echo. >> "%temp%\replace.vbs"
    echo Set objFSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject") >> "%temp%\replace.vbs"
    echo Set objFile = objFSO.OpenTextFile(strFileName, ForReading) >> "%temp%\replace.vbs"
    echo strText = objFile.ReadAll >> "%temp%\replace.vbs"
    echo objFile.Close >> "%temp%\replace.vbs"
    echo.  >> "%temp%\replace.vbs"
    echo strNewText = Replace(strText, strOldText, strNewText) >> "%temp%\replace.vbs"
    echo Set objFile = objFSO.OpenTextFile(strFileName, ForWriting) >> "%temp%\replace.vbs"
    echo objFile.Write strNewText  'WriteLine adds extra CR/LF >> "%temp%\replace.vbs"
    echo objFile.Close >> "%temp%\replace.vbs"
    cscript "%temp%\replace.vbs" "%temp%\KB2533552\Unpacked\update.mum"
    :: Integrate the patched version of %temp%\KB2533552 into Windows install:
    dism /Add-Package /Image:"%MOUNT_DIR%" /PackagePath:"%temp%\KB2533552\Unpacked"
    :: Now we need overwrite the modified "update.mum" with the original, so
    :: that KB2533552 doesn't show up under Windows Update anymore....
    set SRC="%temp%\KB2533552\"Original\update.mum.bak
    set DST=%MOUNT_DIR%\Windows\servicing\Packages\Package_for_KB2533552~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~~
    takeown /F "%DST%" /A
    icacls "%DST%" /grant Administrators:F
    copy "%SRC%" "%DST%"
    icacls "%DST%" /setowner "NT SERVICE\TrustedInstaller"
    icacls "%DST%" /grant:r Administrators:RX

    In order to use this script, you must invoke the script with the filename of the KB2533552 MSU file you are trying to integrate as a parameter to the script.  If it is not in the current directory (or calling direct from the Start Menu), you must also include the path to the MSU file.

    Once KB2533552 is installed, KB3046269 can be easily installed using DISM (or WinToolkit).

    The next patch, KB3177467, requires a bit more work to properly integrate, as described here (titled Issues After Integrating KB3177467):


    I am trying to update my Windows 7 Deployment image with update KB3177467. Once I use DISM to add this update to my Windows 7 WIM, no further updates can be applied to the WIM. The error I see on the Command Prompt is:

    An error occurred applying the Unattend.xml file from the .msu package.
    For more information, review the log file. Error: 0x800f082f

    The error in dism.log is:

    Exec: Cannot finalize session because an exclusive session is pending. [HRESULT = 0x800f082f - CBS_E_EXCLUSIVE_WOULD_MERGE]

    I tried this out with a fresh copy of the install.wim off of a MSDN ISO, integrating KB3177467, and then trying to integrate any other Windows Update. The same errors happen.


    I took a further look into this issue. The error 0x800f082f seems to occur when the Registry entry HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Component Based Servicing\SessionsPending\Exclusive is not set to 0. For some reason, when integrating KB3177467 to a WIM, DISM leaves that Registry entry set to 3.

    So I found this solution (titled KB3177467 Offline Integration Problem and Solution ), which requires the setacl tool (which can be downloaded from helgeklein.com).  Other versions may be available, however, I'm not sure where they might be....  But you must integrate KB3177467 first before executing these commands:

    reg load HKLM\TempSoftware %MOUNT_DIR%\windows\system32\config\Software
    setacl -on "HKLM\TempSoftware\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Component Based Servicing\SessionsPending" -ot reg -actn setowner -ownr n:Administrators
    setacl -on "HKLM\TempSoftware\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Component Based Servicing\SessionsPending" -ot reg -actn ace -ace n:Administrators;p:full
    reg add "HKLM\TempSoftware\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Component Based Servicing\SessionsPending" /v Exclusive /t REG_DWORD /d 0 /f
    reg unload HKLM\TempSoftware

    Obviously you have to replace %MOUNT_DIR% with your mount path.

    Hope this helps somebody!  Let me know if it doesn't work for you and I'll try to fix it!



  3. I've solved my issue.  Started over and integrated everything BUT those updates, and placed those updates in the Silent Installs list.  Booted up my VM with my homebrew image, and YES, no updates!!!

    UPDATE: Tried again, same updates show up....  So sad...

    UPDATE2: Turns out Windows Update needed to check for updates after install.  Once the check completed, only 2 updates remained: kb2985461 and the Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool....  Very happy!  Hope this information helps someone!

  4. There is also this addon:

    Strongly suggest you read the first post, though....  Notes from that post:


    - The addon will conflict with some Windows Updates (.NET 3.5 Family), so leave the addon's integration to the last.

    - Add main addon first before LangPack addon, to get ASP.NET service localization properly.

    - To function properly, .NET 4.7.1 require D3DCompiler_47.dll component, which is found in either the current "Monthly Quality Rollup" or "update KB4019990". It is recommended to integrate it first, or you can install it later.

    - In order for Windows Update to recognize latest updates including .NET rollups, QualityCompat registry key must be set, either by compatible antivirus program (if you use one) or manually. see here for details.

    Personally, I'm adding a repacked slim installer for .NET Framework 4.7.1, which can be found here: http://repacks.net/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=7

    I added it to the silent installers and it seems to work just fine for me.  It's not directly integrated, but it also doesn't seem to take forever to install on the system....  I can also avoid the #1 note that I quoted, in order to make adding more updates easier for me....

  5. I am having trouble integrating the KB3035126, KB3078601, KB3110329 and KB2834140 updates into my copy of Windows 7.  I have tried removing them from the list of integrated updates via DISM and put them in SVCPACK (or whatever it's called in WinToolkit), but they persist in requesting to be downloaded by Windows Update.  I need some help, or at least some ideas on how to deal with it (aside from letting the user download them).  Thanks in advance!

  6. I have taken the SpyBot Search and Destroy 1.6.2 addon by *Reaper* and have  updated it with the files as of April 2nd, 2018.


    x64 Version
    File Link: Dougiefresh.Spybot.Search.And.Destroy.1.6.2.x64.WA
    File Size: 25.6 MB (26,932,610 bytes)
    CRC32: D28F001E
    MD5: FA69AA7FB5255EBF473669E671CF03AC
    SHA-1: EAA7C9C95A6C238EAF0EFA61FA80ABA0D5291744

    x86 Version
    File Link: Dougiefresh.Spybot.Search.And.Destroy.1.6.2.x86.WA
    File Size: 25.6 MB (26,936,044 bytes)
    CRC32: 366E6317
    MD5: D2F18754891BDD2133C43B6A2307588D
    SHA-1: 7FFCF610DD6E3285100E03EF5BA6560B466C8AD6


  7. This is a reupload of the Microsoft Tinker (6.0.6000.16748_x64) addon by *Reaper*.


    x64 Version
    File Link: Reapers_Microsoft_Tinker_6.0.6000.16748_x64_Windows7_AddOn.WA
    File Size: 68.8 MB (72,149,797 bytes)
    CRC32: 11FCA189
    MD5: B3FBD331CB72F21B21CB3D282038DBAD
    SHA-1: 26B9EE447D7DBAD0DC1A834B3718371B2733B7F0

    x86 Version
    File Link: Reapers_Microsoft_Tinker_6.0.6000.16748_x86_Windows7_AddOn.WA
    File Size: 68.7 MB (72,141,540 bytes)
    CRC32: AC764098
    MD5: B6CF29477C169E6ECC1E3C9A22374F75
    SHA-1: 005D36F4DA4B4EB33B03B2CF875119A41431C9A6


  8. This is a reupload of Microsoft Inkball (v1.7.2600.2180) addon by *Reaper*.


    x64 Version
    File Link: Reapers_Microsoft_Inkball_1.7.2600.2180_x64_Windows7_AddOn.WA
    File Size: 358 KB (366,801 bytes)
    CRC32: 43137FCA
    MD5: 2275ACF0361081CB2030F97E7DFB3378
    SHA-1: F939DC3CBB4A4E01C59A8B005F508EFB1FCAE2BA

    x86 Version
    File Link: Reapers_Microsoft_Inkball_1.7.2600.2180_x86_Windows7_AddOn.WA
    File Size: 12.7 MB (13,333,244 bytes)
    CRC32: 78F4E2CB
    MD5: C764F9821B097995B3BA8378E031D006
    SHA-1: 79D79A93077979D52FEBAC3F3D6ADA734C45A91B


  9. This is a reupload of the Microsoft Hold'Em (v6.0.6000.17034) addon by *Reaper*.


    x64 Version
    File Link: Reapers_Microsoft_HoldEm_6.0.6000.17034_x64_Windows7_AddOn.WA
    File Size: 11.5 MB (12,119,405 bytes)
    CRC32: 47DAB1FA
    MD5: 8D663C59DE80C91204DEB90711D17E9A
    SHA-1: 98A4518D5E893A7CF30C016759CB23F281C7D22B

    x86 Version
    File Link: Reapers_Microsoft_HoldEm_6.0.6000.17034_x86_Windows7_AddOn.WA
    File Size: 12.7 MB (13,333,244 bytes)
    CRC32: 78F4E2CB
    MD5: C764F9821B097995B3BA8378E031D006
    SHA-1: 79D79A93077979D52FEBAC3F3D6ADA734C45A91B


  10. This is a reupload of Microsoft 3D Pinball (v5.1.2600.5512) by *Reaper*.


    x64 Version

    File Link: Reapers_Microsoft_3D_Pinball_5.1.2600.5512_x64_Windows7_AddOn.WA
    File Size: 2.35 MB (2,473,523 bytes)
    CRC32: F9870058
    MD5: D4CA68E094DB29DB2AF8D044AF133957
    SHA-1: 54DA9F56D0D0CAA578BA659A0E6D6B77BDC90393

    x86 Version
    File Link: Reapers_Microsoft_3D_Pinball_5.1.2600.5512_x86_Windows7_AddOn.WA
    File Size: 2.35 MB (2,473,813 bytes)
    CRC32: C785DDDA
    MD5: 0077208988E8763DAD9A8C3FDA023AC9
    SHA-1: 78763BAAF97CA0B11C86EFC77A87D98CB108A9EF


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