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Hello,

Bilan des MAJ du mois (x64 comme x86) :

IE 11 : ajout de KB2953522 et suppression de KB2964358 ; pour KB2953522, KB2921437 reste un prérequis, mais si elle n'est pas présente, il faut installer KB2961851. KB2961851 pourrait ainsi remplacer sur la liste KB2921437 et KB2953522, ce qui ferait gagner une mise à jour (intérêt ?).

FW 3.5.1 : ajout de KB2931356 et suppression de KB2901112

Windows 7 x64 et x86 : KB2952664 passe en V2 ; ajout de KB2926765 et KB2871997.

Le bulletin de sécurité de MS annonce en plus KB2928120 qualifiée d’importante, mais elle ne figure pas sur les MAJ de mes postes (Windows 7 intégrale x64 et Professionnel x86). Elle corrige une Vulnérabilité dans les Préférences de stratégie de groupe pourrait permettre une élévation de privilèges. Voir ici. Dois-je la rajouter ?

 

Les Update lists x86 et x64 sont prêtes, je les mettrai en ligne d'ici la fin de la semaine, il faut que je fasse d'abord un test.

@mooms et icare : avez-vous constaté la même chose ?

 

EDIT : si on remplace KB2921437 et KB2953522 par KB2961851, KB2925418 est demandée par MU. Je laisse donc KB2921437 et KB2953522 sur l'Update list pour IE 11.

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Hello,

Mise à jour de l'Update list au format WUD.

 

Changelog :

- Ajout KB2964358 dans le dossier IE 11. (A noter que KB2929437 est un prérequis pour qu'elle puisse être installée.)

 

I just tested your package as is, everything is fine except IE11 that closes just after running it. Skype also closes after trying to open it. Everything else seems OK except IE11 and skype.

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Bonjour,

retour de test x86 sur partition formatée en partant de la liste du 02 May 2014

Dossier Updates :

KB2871997-v2 remplace KB2868725
KB2926765
KB2925664 passe en v2

KB2931356 remplace KB2901112 DNF3.5.1

Dossier RunOnce : inchangé

Dossier IE11 :

KB2953522 remplace KB2964358

Tout est OK

Remarque concernant IE11 pour Windows 7 :
Lors du patch thuesday d'avril MS a nommé sa mise à jour cumulative récurrente pour IE KB2936068. C'est cette KB que j'ai utilisé pour Windows XP.
A la place et uniquement pour IE11 sous Windows 7, il était possible d'utiliser la KB2929437 qui en plus apporte un certain nombre de nouvelles fonctionnalités et harmonisation avec Windows 8.1.
C'est l'option recommandée par MS et choisie dans les listes.
On se retrouve aujourd'hui avec la KB2953522 pour ceux qui ont pris l'option KB2929437 et la KB3961851 pour les autres.
MS a sorti pour W8.1 la KB2919355 pour corriger certaines choses qui sont communes avec notre KB2929437. Donc quand MS écrit whitout KB2919355, il faut lire pour W7 without KB2929437 et c'est le cas de la KB2928120.

Remarque 2: je n'ai trouvée la KB2925664-v2 que par le Catalogue Microsoft Update

Remarque 3 : à titre personnel, je remplace la KB2904266 par la KB2935092 TimeZone

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Hello,

Après test réussi, voici la mise à jour de l'Update list x64.

Pour une fois, le changelog est identique à celui en x86 :

- IE 11 : KB2953522 remplace KB2964358

- Updates : KB2931356 remplace KB2901112 pour le .Net FW 3.5.1 ; KB2952664 et KB2871997 passent en V2  (KB2871997 remplace KB2868725) ; ajout de KB2926765.

Je copie aussi le lien sur mon post de la version x86.

- Déplacement des mises à jour du Bureau à Distance RDP 8.1 optionnelles dans un dossier à part (pour ceux qui n'en ont pas l'utilité ou qui ont une petite configuration).

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@Badaoui


 


"I just tested your package as is, everything is fine except IE11 that closes just after running it. Skype also closes after trying to open it. Everything else seems OK except IE11 and skype."

 

I didn't encountered any pb with my list during my tests (VM and real installation 15 days ago). Maybe it's due to the fact that you did use french IE 11 on an other language system. For Skype, it's not due to my list, I didn't include it.

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Hello Thiersee,

Thx for the links, I copied them. I didn't know there were additional updates for XP-mode !

They were not proposed by WU on my x64 edition (I don't have XP mode installed on my x86 computer), so they seem to be optional. As the Update list only contains GDR updates, I'm not sure they have to figure in the list. But I keep the download links !

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They were not proposed by WU on my x64 edition (I don't have XP mode installed on my x86 computer), so they seem to be optional.

As the Update list only contains GDR updates, I'm not sure they have to figure in the list. But I keep the download links !

The only problem with this two updates is, the links from MS download a selfextracting zip-archive and the user must uncompress it.

 

Thiersee

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@ rhahgleuhargh

 

Thanks a lot, so after using your last Attached File 2014-05-13-Windows-7-PostSP1-x64-FRA.zip now everything is working fine.

 

Using Windows 7 x64 ultimate

 

After checking Windows update I notice that there no new important updates left to install. It means good work rhahgleuhargh.

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The only problem with this two updates is, the links from MS download a selfextracting zip-archive and the user must uncompress it.

 

Thiersee

 

The purpose of these Update lists is only to contain updates required by Windows Update after a fresh installation (no more and no less), and only these GDR updates (so when you launch WU after installation, no prioritary updates are needed). These 2 updates provided by MS via email are not proposed via WU, so they don't have to figure in the lists.

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@mooms

 

Hello mooms, may I place a small req to you?

Is it possible that you can provide some information on how to create a  "Leurre pour MRT". I would like to create this dummy-mrt, so I can integrate this file with wintoolkit.

 

thx

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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.

 

Once, done, pack the dummy MRT.exe in a 7zip file and make an installer that puts it in the right folder, using  7zip SFX modified module.

 

Use this config:

;!@Install@!UTF-8!MiscFlags="4"GUIMode="2"RunProgram="%%P:hidcon:cmd /c copy MRT.exe \"%SystemRoot%\\System32\\\"";!@InstallEnd@!

Example command line (7za.exe must be in the same folder):

7za a mrt.7z MRT.exe -mx=1copy /b mrt.sfx + mrt.txt + mrt.7z leurre_MRT_x86-x64.exedel mrt.7z
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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.
 

THX for your quick reply, mooms. It works perfectly.

Thank you so much for this information, :icon_cool:

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not to be rude, but i hope someone could possibly mirror moom's files.  it has taken over 30 minutes just to download part 1 :(

it might not be so bad if that site allowed more than 1 download at a time.

 

edit: oh, these haven't been updated since march?  oops my mistake.

I suppose I can just use this  http://www.wincert.net/forum/topic/12103-update-list-gdr-pour-windows-7-sp1-x86x64-17-mai-2014/ instead? 

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edit: oh, these haven't been updated since march?  oops my mistake.

I suppose I can just use this  http://www.wincert.net/forum/topic/12103-update-list-gdr-pour-windows-7-sp1-x86x64-17-mai-2014/ instead? 

Mooms's archives have been cancelled from mirror :sad01_anim: !

 

The files in the link are update lists for the WindowsUpdateDownloader;

they are for french users, but if you download IE11 and Windows XP-Mode separately in english, you can use this lists.

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I really liked the one mooms made.  previously I was using post sp1 updates by steven4554 over at msfn,  but ever since I discovered the one from mooms I have used his ever since.  it was very elegant and efficient compared to the one from msfn.

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I really liked the one mooms made.  previously I was using post sp1 updates by steven4554 over at msfn,  but ever since I discovered the one from mooms I have used his ever since.  it was very elegant and efficient compared to the one from msfn.

 edit: for some reason links to msfn have been blocked.

Which link for msfn?

 

The link i have given are not at msfn.

 

BTW, the list in the link are on the basis of them from steven4554 (and other people).

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I don't have time anymore to make the packs, and mirrors are regularly deleted by order of MS, so update list is a more viable system.

Links to steven4554's and rhahgleuhargh's UL are in the first post.

 

rhahgleuhargh's UL are very similar to my packs (he added XP mode).

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Which link for msfn?

 

The link i have given are not at msfn.

 

BTW, the list in the link are on the basis of them from steven4554 (and other people).

 

 

yes, i know :)   i was just commenting that the one from msfn was the one i used previously.   the other comment I made was abou when i made that comment above I also put a link to the msfn website,  but wincert automatically removed it.   but it is actually the same link as mentioned by mooms in his first post (ces listes alternatives).  I guess since mooms is a mod he can add msfn links, but non-mods can't for some reason :) 

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yes, i know :)   i was just commenting that the one from msfn was the one i used previously.   the other comment I made was abou when i made that comment above I also put a link to the msfn website,  but wincert automatically removed it.   but it is actually the same link as mentioned by mooms in his first post (ces listes alternatives).  I guess since mooms is a mod he can add msfn links, but non-mods can't for some reason :)

AFAIK that is totally not true. I'm not aware of any problem that the staff as individuals or the WinCert board as a whole has with any links to MSFN, or to any other board for that matter as long as warez is not involved. To my knowledge, for any link that any member posts to be removed requires manual and deliberate action by a member of the staff, and if that happens they almost always post a reason why it was done. If you like, you are welcome to re-edit your previous post and put the link back.

Other boards I can think of that are considered friends and you will sometimes see references to are MSFN, RyanVM, BlackViper, ReBoot.Pro, MDL (carefully), ss64.com, robvanderwoulde.com, stackoverflow.com, microsoft.com, and many others.

I think at one time in the past there was a policy which restricted references or reposts of material from other boards, but as the technical community has grown, and some boards have specialized in different technical aspects, I think it has been recognized that no one board can have all the people with the answers to all questions and it is in the best interest of our members to refer folks to the best place they can get the help they need, so that restriction has been relaxed. For the convenience of all I believe that it is usually also quite alright to occasionally post a copy or quote from other sources with the key part of the answer, as long as the other source is properly acknowledged and referenced, including a link to the source. Of course it is preferred that we encourage all the smart folks we can find to become members here so that any problems or questions that come up can be answered directly by the ones that know, but when that is not possible ... Outright blatant plagiarism will not be tolerated and will be removed and the member warned and possibly banned if it continues.

 

Cheers and Regards

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hm. well that is odd.  all i did was copy and paste the msfn link while making a post, and after submitting, the link wasn't there. :g: 

  Not sure what happened previously, but i just did another test and it works now  :P

 it wasn't that big of a deal really, just kind of strange. I've never seen that happen before lol

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Hmmm.  Did you try to re-edit this post - http://www.wincert.net/forum/topic/10811-15-mars-2014-updates-packs-gdr-windows-7-sp1/?p=108567 - today and add your link back?  Because It is still not there.  I'm confused.  Could you please send me the link via PM and include a description of exactly how and where you tried to insert it, maybe even include a quoted copy of the post with the link inserted in it.  If necessary I will ask among the staff to see if anyone deleted it or is aware of this issue.  Our members should be able to post links and I'd like to get this problem resolved.

 

Cheers and Regards

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Thanks for the verification.  I'm glad it doesn't seem to be a problem after all.  I suppose it was just some kind of glitch.  Thanks for following up.

 

It is important that our members can post appropriate links when desired. :)

 

Cheers and Regards

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