mooms Posted January 11, 2014 Share Posted January 11, 2014 Yes, see second rule. Filenames for Windows 7: IE9-Windows6.1-KB2898785-x64.msuIE9-Windows6.1-KB2898785-x86.msu IE10-Windows6.1-KB2898785-x64.msuIE10-Windows6.1-KB2898785-x86.msu IE11-Windows6.1-KB2898785-x64.msuIE11-Windows6.1-KB2898785-x86.msu If you were thinking about KB2898785 for IE10 in Windows 8 & for IE11 in Windows 8.1 there is no problem, they are regular Windows updates.IE10 is part of Windows 8, IE11 part of Windows 8.1, so their updates don't need any particular order or prerequisites as far as I know. (like IE6 for XP, IE7 for Vista, and IE8 for 7). Edit:To be more idiot proof, maybe you can also add a warning if Win Toolkit detect mixed versions of IE files, like we see here. (only a concerns for Windows 7 so far). Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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