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[14 janvier 2020] Update list GDR pour Windows 7 SP1 x86/x64 (Fr-En-De-Es-It)


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I just did a small test using the latest wtk beta 1.5.4.6. I just wanted to load all the Convenience UL's into WTK to see what Liam did for us. Wow what a pleasure. All updates go exactly where they belong, prereq's, ie11, and SFX. No more hunting and pecking. Makes life a lot easier!

I noticed that the list of updates (after the prerequisites) is in KB# order (lower to higher). From recollection I believe WTK installs them in that order (kb3125574 is in middle). Does that matter?

On another subject. I noticed in the rollup.vbs file the syntax says dim hideupdates (7). rhahgleuhargh in a reply post to me said if you add or subtract an update to change this number. in the downloadable rollup.vbs file the first hideupdate is (0) and goes to (7). Isn't that 8 updates to hide and therefore shouldn't the (7) be (8)? Just trying to learn. thx...

regards...

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@pennsylvaniaron

the number in the (x) has to be the same as the last update included in the list. You can edit the list and add the updates that you want. The (0) counts as the first update, so when you have to hide a total of 10 updates, the number in the (x) should be (9)

Ex : for classic integration.vbs

Spoiler

Dim hideupdates(4)    'TO ADD 1 EDIT THE (11) AND ADD another hideupdates(#)

hideupdates(0) = "KB2952664"
hideupdates(1) = "KB3021917"
hideupdates(2) = "KB3068708"
hideupdates(3) = "KB3080149"
hideupdates(4) = "KB976932"

Ex : for rollup.vbs

Spoiler

Dim hideupdates(6)    'TO ADD 1 EDIT THE (11) AND ADD another hideupdates(#)

hideupdates(0) = "KB2952664"
hideupdates(1) = "KB3021917"
hideupdates(2) = "KB2446710"
hideupdates(3) = "KB2478662"
hideupdates(4) = "KB976932"
hideupdates(5) = "KB3068708"
hideupdates(6) = "KB3080149"

Concerning the KB order : since the sequence of 2,- 3-, and 4- is respected, no matters. I don't know if the sequence is correctly handled when you remove the numbers before, since it works like this I didn't test it. Since I need to keep both classic and Rollup integration method updates for my tests, keeping the numbering makes my life easier.

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4 hours ago, mooms said:

UL tested the latest x64 with the convenience rollup + RDP + VBS on Windows 7 x64 Pro (WTK and 1.5.4.7):

 

No priority upd except Windows Defender.

In optional upd I KB3102429

 

Same exact results here except making win 7_64 HOME PREMIUM iso.

I do have a question (again, sorry) about the deep clean results. 2685811 and 2685813 both get uninstalled with deep clean. my question is if I don't include them in the wtk update integration, then they are asked for by WU after iso installation. but if I do include them they get uninstalled by deep clean. So why the installation then uninstallation??

regards...

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This is an inoffensive "problem" reported long time ago. These updates are integrable offline but with this method they appear installed twice. As Thiersee wrote you can integrate them in RunOnce ; but I prefer let them integrated offline just because the integration in RunOnce takes a long time. I suppose that only a part of these KBs are removed by deep-clean.

If everybody prefer I'll mark them as RunOnce (but you'll need to move them manually in "Silent install + SFX", WTK database has not been updated with them yet).

@mooms

Merci pour le retour ! J'ai laissé cette mise à jour dans les mises à jour optionnelles de l'intégration classique car c'est juste le support des symboles Azerbaianji Manat et Georgian lari. Curieusement, cette mise à jour fait partie du Convenience Rollup Pack, mais elle est toujours demandée : je crois qu'il fallait un prérequis pour qu'elle soit correctement installée par le Rollup, je ne me suis pas plus penché sur la question que ça, à vrai dire j'ignorais totalement l'existence de ces symboles jusqu'à la parution de cette KB ! Je la redéplacerai dans les mises à jour optionnelles communes lors de la prochaine release.

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29 minutes ago, rhahgleuhargh said:

@pennsylvaniaron

This is an inoffensive "problem" reported long time ago. These updates are integrable offline but with this method they appear installed twice. As Thiersee wrote you can integrate them in RunOnce ; but I prefer let them integrated offline just because the integration in RunOnce takes a long time. I suppose that only a part of these KBs are removed by deep-clean.

If everybody prefer I'll mark them as RunOnce (but you'll need to move them manually in "Silent install + SFX", WTK database has not been updated with them yet).

 

rhahgleuhargh yes you (and thiersee) are 100% correct. I did as Thiersee suggested and put 2685811, 2685813 in the silent sfx section. They certainly added to the time to create (maybe 5 minutes is my guess), and when I did a deep clean they were not uninstalled (superseded). So the decision is your on how you want to treat them.

For some reason my only deep clean kb uninstall is kb2534111. I had an old link that Liam put on wincert for win 7 iso (you get a Microsoft advert now) and at that time he mentioned this update, kb2534111 being included. I have used the media refresh win 7_64 iso (II think it was the digital river site, the pro version# was 59186, I'm using the home premium, don't have the code). I have also used the latest win 7_64 sp1 oem DL with the latest windows iso downloader (HEIDOC.NET). both versions used have deep clean removing 2534111. any thoughts?

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29 minutes ago, Thiersee said:

read again my post from last friday, point 1)!

Thiersee sorry I misunderstood. So what you are saying is that 2534111 is built-in to everyone's win 7_64 sp1 media refresh iso that we start with and everyone has this uninstalled with deep clean?

regards...

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45 minutes ago, mooms said:

Au moins ça simplifiera la gestion des UL.

Et pas qu'un peu !

@tous,

ULs mises à jour : suppression de la mise à jour IE 11 KB3181619, déplacement de KB3102429 vers les mises à jour additionnelles, déplacement de KB2685811 et KB2685813 vers les mises à jour RunOnce (elles sont maintenant nommées 5-Windows6.1xxx.msu).

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35 minutes ago, mooms said:

Pour KB2685811 et KB2685813 je trouve dommage de les passer en RunOnce.

Tu peux très bien les laisser en offline (c'est ce que je fais), puisque cette opération de déplacement doit être réalisée manuellement (à moins que WTK soit encore mis à jour). La seule différence maintenant est que ces mises à jour se retrouveront en fin de liste d'intégration au lieu du début (cela n'occasionnera normalement pas de problème, car ce ne sont pas des prérequis obligatoires au Convenience Rollup).

Tutos fr et eng remis à jour.

@Thiersee

I've updated ita and Ger tutos, you can check the links when you'll want.

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Bonjour rhahgleuhargh,

J'ai un problème avec le dernier UL avec windows 7 x64 édition familiale

Quand je fais l'intégration, internet explorer 11 se retrouve en run once alors qu'avant il était intégré à l'installation

est ce qu'on peut faire autrement ?

Merci

a bientot ...

j'ai oublié de préciser que c'était en utilisant le rollup ...

Bonjour de nice !

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