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[14 Juin 2014] Updates Packs GDR Windows 7 SP1

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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.

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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Use 7zip SFX modified module with this config:

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

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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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.

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1) Take the first one. That's the one I always use.

You don't have to rename it, but obviously the name should be the same that the one in the copy command.

You can edit it with resource hacker to change the icon, and/or compress it with UPX to decrease its size.

 

2) Yes.

 

3) Yes, but there is a subtility here: as the module is a 32 bits executable, we must use the variable %%P (bitness variable, specific to the modified module), otherwise the file will be copied in SysWOW64 in 64 bits editions.

There are numerous 7zip SFX guide here and on others forums like MSFN and RyanVM, and you can also read the help found on the site.

 

 

I have uploaded all the necessary files in a 7z archive: MRT.7z

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Hello,

Voici ce que j'ai observé sur mes configurations pour les mises à jour de juin (changelog identique entre x86 et x64) :

IE 11 :

KB2957689 cumulative remplace KB2964358 KB2953522

Win 7 :

KB2957189 remplace KB2913431

KB2939576 remplace KB2916036

KB2957503 remplace KB2834886

KB2957509 remplace KB2786400

KB2800095 passe en V2

KB2952664-V2 mis à jour

RDP 8.1 :

KB2965788

Je teste ça d'ici la fin de la semaine et je publie les Update lists.

Edited by rhahgleuhargh

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IE 11 :

KB2957689 cumulative remplace KB2964358

.....

KB2952664

......

Hi,

 

1) KB2957689 (IE11) replaces KB2953522 not KB2964358.

2) KB 2952664(-v2) was already in the list from 17.05.2014; is this another version or an update?

 

 

Thiersee

Edited by Thiersee

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1) KB2957689 (IE11) replaces KB2953522 not KB2964358.

2) KB 2952664(-v2) was already in the list from 17.05.2014; is this another version or an update?

 

 

Thiersee

 

Hello,

1) No ! Have a look here : KB2957689 supersedes:

  • MS14-021 (KB2964358) on Windows Embedded Standard 7, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2, and Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, Windows Vista, Windows 8, Windows RT, Windows Server 2012, Windows 8.1, Windows RT 8.1, and Windows Server 2012 R2
  • MS14-029 (KB2953522) on Windows XP Embedded

2) Yes, probably an update, even if it's a V2. This update was asked on my both x86 and x64 editions. I had a look on Windows Update catalog, updates are dated on 2014/06/10. So it supersedes the previous one (may 2014).

Edited by rhahgleuhargh

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Hi,

 

 

1) No ! Have a look here : KB2957689 supersedes:

  • MS14-021 (KB2964358) on Windows Embedded Standard 7, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2, and Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, Windows Vista, Windows 8, Windows RT, Windows Server 2012, Windows 8.1, Windows RT 8.1, and Windows Server 2012 R2
  • MS14-029 (KB2953522) on Windows XP Embedded

May be, but:

 

1) The last version of IE11 was with KB2953522 (Mai 2014)

2) Have a look here (Paket details) and here: KB2957689 replaces both! and if you follow back the previous security bulletins you will see KB2964358 has released before KB2953522.

3) If you look at KB2964358 you will see that it has been replaced by KB2953522 and KB2957689.

 

BTW, in your list from 17-05-2014 KB2964358 is under eliminated (<!-- MAJ supprimées -->).

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Hello,

You're right, I didn't look at this page. I'll delete KB2953522.

The Update lists will be published at the end of the week, I need first to test them on VM and I don't have the time now.

Edited by rhahgleuhargh

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1) KB2957689 (IE11) replaces KB2953522 not KB2964358.

2) KB 2952664(-v2) was already in the list from 17.05.2014; is this another version or an update?

 

 

Thiersee

 

......

2) Yes, probably an update, even if it's a V2. This update was asked on my both x86 and x64 editions. I had a look on Windows Update catalog, updates are dated on 2014/06/10. So it supersedes the previous one (may 2014).

 

It's a newer Version, but not too new to get -V3 in the name

the version number in the contained .xml is 6.1.2.1 for the "old" (Mai 2014) and 6.1.2.3 for the new one.

 

Edit:

 

It seems KB2952664-v2, dated 10-06-2014, is only available through Windows Update (I didn't find any other sources!).

Anyway if I integrate version 2, dated 09-05-2014, WU does NOT ask for the "newer".

 

 

The Update lists will be published at the end of the week, I need first to test them on VM and I don't have the time now.

No problem!

I'm testing now with modified Mai-lists ;).

Edited by Thiersee

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It's a newer Version, but not too new to get -V3 in the name

 

the version number in the contained .xml is 6.1.2.1 for the "old" (Mai 2014) and 6.1.2.3 for the new one.

 

Edit:

 

It seems KB2952664-v2, dated 10-06-2014, is only available through Windows Update (I didn't find any other sources!).

Anyway if I integrate version 2, dated 09-05-2014, WU does NOT ask for the "newer".

 

 

You can find it via Windows Update Catalog. I modified the link of may to the newer, you'll just need to redownload the last version via WUD. In my both configurations (real machines x64 et x86) WU asked for the newer one, even if the previous one was installed. The lists are ready, I will make some tests this evening.

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De nouveaux packs, basés sur le travail de rhahgleuhargh plus mes quelques observations, sont disponibles.

J'ai suivi son exemple et j'ai supprimé les maj concernant RDP (juste conservé KB2574819 qui s'intègre et qui est un pré-requis).

Du coup il ne reste plus qu'une maj à installer en RunOnce pour x86 et deux pour x64.

Conséquence, il n'y a plus de packs RunOnce, juste des liens directs pour les MAJ en première page.

Ça permet aussi d'utiliser les SFX d'icare.

Le leurre MRT est dans le dossier de partage des update packs.

 

Les liens sont les mêmes que précédemment.

 

Note: je ne compte pas maj les packs mensuellement, les UL de rhahgleuhargh sont très bien, j'ai juste profité du fait que j'ai refait des test d'intégration avec les maj de Juin pour partager le fruit de mon travail.

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having some trouble with the download. I've tried downloading x64 part 1 & 2 a few times but every time i try to extract the files with winrar i get this message "The archive is either in unknown format or damaged"

 

could it be a corrupt download?  part 1 seems very strange it takes 30+ minutes to download but it does not complete at the last second.

 

 

edit: tried downloading part 1 again 3 more times on another machine and got the same result.  according to the download progress it downloaded 175mb but it is hanging at the end.  it says the estimated time to complete the download is 1 second, but it has been hanging at 1 second mark.  if i cancel the download with 1 second remaining and try to extract it, then i get the winrar error message above. i left it alone for an hour and when i came back the download had timed out :(

Edited by ccl0

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Maybe Sendspace have temporary problems.

 

You can also use the UL by rhahgleuhargh, it's essentially the same set of KB.

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over a 12 hour period i tried 7 or 8 times and it never worked. every single time the same thing would happen.  then i tried using the sendspace 'download manager' and surprisingly it worked the first time. unfortunately the download manager also installed a bunch of junk on my computer, but i wonder why or how it would not let me finish/complete the download all the previous times. 

also, when i extracted part 1 and 2 there were 3 additional compressed files.

 

WUClient-SelfUpdate-ActiveX-x64

WUClient-SelfUpdate-Aux-TopLevel-x64

WUClient-SelfUpdate-Core-TopLevel-x64

 

i am unsure what to do with these. do i extract them as well? do i just leave them alone?  my hunch is that i can just delete them but i want to make sure.

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not sure what you mean by that. i figured WUClient had something to do with windows update downloader.  But do you mean that those 3 files are actually to be used in conjunction with the other microsoft updates in wintoolkit integration?  if they are, then what do i do with them?  add them to updates+ languages? 

Edited by ccl0

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dareckibmw has already answered, but since you're unsure:

 

i figured WUClient had something to do with windows update downloader.

 
No relation. WUClient means Windows Update Client. It's the update for Windows Update....
 
 

But do you mean that those 3 files are actually to be used in conjunction with the other microsoft updates in wintoolkit integration?

 
Yes.

 

what do i do with them? add them to updates+ languages?

 
Yes.

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thanks for clarifying.  I only make a new updated iso every 6 months or longer, so i tend to forget a lot of stuff in the process :P

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Hello, anybody can help me ?

I have no problem with most of computers to install windows with the windows 7 updated dvd.

But sometimes, it is not possible (drivers are missing), and i must install with the untouched dvd ....

 

I don't understand.

Thanks

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