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[08 octobre 2019] Update list GDR pour Windows 7 SP1 x86/x64 (Fr-En-De-Es-It)

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@icare,

L'erreur observée est une erreur SFC scan, plusieurs posts en parlent sur le forum de MDL. je ne l'ai pas reproduite sur ma config (j'ai installé les mises à jour requises pour Win10, mais en bloquant la migration).

Bon à savoir pour les .cab de WU écrasés par KB3050265. Je suis toutefois obligé de les laisser sur les ULs car nécessaires pour ceux qui ne veulent pas de KB3050265...

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2 (optional) updates today:

 

KB2952664-v11

KB3065987 (supersedes KB3050265)

 

Source: WU and  MDL (Thank you abbodi1406).

 

That means, the W10.vbs script must be changed...

 

Thiersee

Edited by Thiersee

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Great thread and list. Thanks.

 

Could someone kindly clarify what this underlined section means from the first post? What is a 'deep clean'?

 

"These ULs have been tested in a VM with Professional edition of Windows 7 before publication. But if you use an other edition, some KBs may be useless (ex. : KB2973351 for Home Premium) ; in this case please perform a deep clean after installation."

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@Samsunday,

"deep-clean" is a feature of Windows 7 that removes superseeded updates from your instalation, saving precious Mb or Gb !

Just go to "computer", right-click on your System disk, and click on "properties", and click on "disk cleaner" (I don't know the exact term in english) ; check the option "clean system files", and you're done.

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On a fresh installed W7 x86 (VirtualBox) I installed first the hidden updates, then after restart I installed the two KBs and made a deep cleaning: KB3050265 has NOT been uninstalled!

 

The question is now: superseded or not?

 

More: WU is still asking for KB2952664 (only 24Kb); after installing and searching: WU is asking the same!

 

I'll do more test tomorrow!

 

Edit:

 

(It' already a little bit  tomorrow ;)!)

 

I confirm what I've written

Fresh installed (x86), W10-related KBs not hidden, all KBs requested by WU installed, restart, after deep cleaning KB3050265 has not been uninstalled

and KB2952664 has been requested again (only 24Kb, release date 09-06-2015!; seems to be only a small component of the KB).

Edited by Thiersee

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Hi rhahgleuhargh,

 

I made some more tests and (already posted on MDL too)

 

installing only KB3065987 (KB3050265 not installed): WU asks for KB3050265;
installing KB3065987 (KB3050265 installed): deep cleaning does not uninstall KB3050265!
Is it superseded or not?

KB2952664-v11:
integrating/installing without KB2952664 at all: WU asks for both versions, -v10 (as important, release 09.09.2015) and -v11 (as optional, release 07.07.2015)! Installing both -v10 fails and WU asks again for -v10 but only with a size of 24KB.
Integrating/installing with only -v11: WU asks for -v10 but with a size of 24 KB instead of 5-6 MB!
It seems not to be very "clean".

Tested only HomePremium x86 (VM).

 

Thiersee

Edited by Thiersee

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@Thiersee,

On my real machine I've installed W10 required updates : after deep-clean KB3050265 is not deleted (it's not possible to uninstall it via control panel), and the 24 kb of KB2952664 is asked too.

Let's wait for next update patch !

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.......

Let's wait for next update patch !

It's better!

In the meantime let's have some beers.....; :beerchug:

 

BTW, I changed the W10.vbs on my own (added KB3065987); now KB2952664 is twice under "Hidden updates", once as "optional" and once as "reccomended"

Edited by Thiersee

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@Alpha_95,

Quelle erreur obtiens-tu ? Je n'arrive pas à ouvrir ta capture d'écran.

As-tu bien mis le SFX en dernier sur la liste de Wintoolkit Installer ? As-tu sinon essayé de le lancer une fois le démarrage de la session terminée ?

Lors de mon dernier test, j'avais l'impression que le script avait planté, mais une fois l'ordinateur redémarré et un tour sur WU, les mises à jour étaient bien masquées.

Je n'ai pas le temps de refaire une intégration cette semaine, j'attends le prochain Update patch pour vérifier que le SFX fonctionne avec Wintoolkit installer, mais à priori mooms et Thiersee n'ont reporté aucun problème.

Attention, il y aura encore sûrement des modifications à faire sur la liste des KB à bloquer avec le script, visiblement KB3065987 n'écrase pas KB3050265 sur nos tests.

Edited by rhahgleuhargh

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Hello,

Voici ce que donne l'Update patch du jour, changelog identique x86 x64 :

Windows 10 Updates : KB2952664 passe en V12, KB3065987 passe en v2 et remplace KB3050265, KB3035583 a été mise à jour.

IE 11 : KB3065822 (elle est accompagnée par KB3074886 et KB3075516 sur le lien de WUC). Attention, KB3058515 n'est remplacée que sur les systèmes anglophones (cf ici).

Updates : KB3057154, KB3067505, KB3067903, KB3069392 remplace KB3046306, KB3070102 remplace KB3057839, KB3072630 remplace KB3008627, KB3072633, KB3077657 remplace KB3032323. KB3040272 devient mise à jour prioritaire.

RDP 8.1 : KB3069762 remplace KB3036493, KB3070738 remplace KB2994023.

 

Le deep-clean sur une machine virtuelle nettoie : KB2918614, KB2978668, et curieusement KB3067505 !

Je vais attendre qq jours pour publier les ULs.

Edited by rhahgleuhargh

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KB3067904 is also necessary for:

 

1) Enterprise or Ultimate

2) All versions, if RDP 8.0 is installed (Note [1])

 

https://technet.microsoft.com/library/security/MS15-067

 

Edit:

 

 

IE 11 : KB3065822 (elle est accompagnée par KB3074886 et KB3075516 sur le lien de WUC).

KB3074886 only for x86 (see details):

 

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=47974

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=47938

Edited by Thiersee

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Salut à tous :) !

 

Merci pour votre travail :) !

 

En tant que débutant, j'aurais une question : à chaque sortie d'un nouveau pack, il faut refaire TOUTE l'intégration, ou alors il suffit de refaire la manipulation, sur une image déjà préparée précédemment ?

 

Merci ;) !

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@HackedPwned,

En théorie si tu prépares un nouvel ISO il vaut mieux refaire toute l'intégration, car à chaque Update patch d'anciennes mises à jour sont supprimées. Ton image sera donc plus propre si ces mises à jour ne sont pas dedans.

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