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Thanx for a great addon!

 

Have to ask if there is a list of the individual updates that are included in the addon? Just so I don´t integrate both them and this addon.

 

Thanx from Sweden8

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Each new hotfix rollup contain all previous updates, some of them are not even published

 

last rollup have these KBs:

 

KB2901983


KB2908383
KB2925382
KB2931368
KB2936388
KB2937676
KB2938782-v2
KB2954853-v2
KB2972107
KB2972216
KB2974336
KB2978128
KB2979578-v2
KB2996568
KB3009681
KB3011114
KB3018514
KB3022670

Edited by abbodi1406

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The two new security updates KB3023224 and KB3035490 are already included in the rollup

 

I've updated my W7Pro-x64 image (.NET already integrated) with Win Toolkit. After installing these 2 updates are the only ones showing up in WindowsUpdate. In Win Toolkit I can only add .cab or .msu. These updates come as .exe. Extracting gives .msp and I can't extract that. I'd like to make my image fully up-to-date.

 

Could you please explain how to get these updates as .cab or .msu?

Edited by Kees030

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Image was made before latest addon. It's just missing these 2 .NET updates, not worth rebuilding from scratch. Is it possible to use the addon on top of what's already in the image?

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Please excuse me for asking a (maybe) silly question.

 

If the latest update is 3063911 (as written on the first page) where do I find it since my windows update does not offer such a update.

 

OS: Windows 7 SP1 x64 with your "dotNetFx452_x64.W7.20150416.Regular.wa" and a updated OS (with WinToolkit 1.5.4.3) which works just great!

Edited by sweden8

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Hotfix rollups are not offered through WU, they are found using there KB articles

and those rollups are cumularive updates, meaning they already contain and supersede earlier updates and some "not yet published" security updates

 

 

as for KB3063911, it is the name that appear when you check installed programs

but the rollup is released under KB3064711

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Updated to .NET 4.6

from now on, only regular (slim) addon, because netfx_Full.mzz is an excess space size (on disk and on my upload speed)
and like i said, setup can download the file (in compressed size) when needed for repair

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Thanks abbodi for the update!

Noob question: does extracting netfx_Full.mzz from .Net 4.6 Framework setup exe and copying it into dotNetFx46_x**.W7.20150722.WA\v4.0.30319\SetupCache\v4.6.00081 make it the "Full" addon version (with offline repair support)?

(using Win Toolkit's Addon Maker to make the changes, of course)

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