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On 16.3.2018 at 5:19 PM, Thiersee said:

Now the last report from me:

After installing with the February-UL I do not get KB4088875 requested anymore, I don't know why.

1) After install, restart and search I get only KB4075211 (Preview, released on 22.02.2018) requested.

2) I install this one and after restart and new search I get sometimes KB4091290 ("repair" of KB4075211 and released on 01.03.2018) plus KB4088875, sometimes KB4091290 plus 4 old patches: only after installing this 4 patches I get finally KB4088875 requested.

As I said: I do not really know why :blush:!

BTW: DeepCleaning after this procedure almost 1GB!

@rhahgleuhargh

After two days of intensive testing I got the explanation!

With the actual version of MSE-definition-updates the AV.reg (QualityCompat) is not installed anymore, at least since 6th of march (my 2nd oldest definition update for MSE)!

1) Fresh install with February UL (but with updated MSE!):

no requests from WU for newer update, only 4 old patches for windows and 2 for FW, look at picture 1.

2) Manually inserted QualityCompat-REG, restart (not really necessary), new search:

ONLY the actual preview kb4088881, MRT and eventually MSE definition updates, look at picture 2 & 3; deleting reg-key, same requests like point 1).

3) Fresh install with March UL, old MSE (up to 6th of March):

ONLY the actual preview kb4088881, MRT and eventually MSE definition updates, look at picture 2 & 3.

4) I decided to integrate the QualityCompat-Key per Tweak in WTK, fresh install with today's definition updates for MSE:

ONLY the actual preview kb4088881, MRT and eventually MSE definition updates, look at picture 2 & 3; again, deleting the key from registry: same requests like point 1).

So, let us wait for what MS will do in the April -rollup.....; anyway the reg-key is now necessary for new installs with an updated MSE.

Have a nice week ^_^!

 

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@Thiersee

I've uploaded updated UL with KB4100480.

Does the fact that WTK integrates it before monthly rollup induce some problems ?

The only solution is to integrate it in RunOnce until WTK will be updated. Or wait for next patch tuesday (new rollup will certainly include it).

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7 hours ago, ikon said:

4099950 no problem with integrate

It can be integrated, but it will not fix the issue (if present)

just like KB3046269 and KB2603229

 

although in KB4099950 case, if latest rollup is integrated offline before installing the OS, the NIC issue will not occur

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On 1.4.2018 at 6:44 AM, abbodi1406 said:

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although in KB4099950 case, if latest rollup is integrated offline before installing the OS, the NIC issue will not occur

It means the patch is not necessary?

Anyway, it would be interesting what MS means with this Info on KB4099950

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More information


Important:  This update must be installed prior to installing KB408875 or KB408878

The most people have set Windows to update automatically.

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KB4099950 contain PCIClearStaleCache.exe which can be executed on live OS only

it checks pci.sys version and clear the registry cache for NIC (if exist)

if KB4088875 is integrated offline, the stale cache will not exist, and KB4099950 will just ran and installed without fixing anything

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Hello,

Voici ce que donne le Patch Tuesday de ce mois-ci :

Security Monthly Quality Rollup : KB4093118 remplace KB4088875 et KB4100480 (x64)

Common Updates : KB4099950 (RunOnce) passe prioritaire

Telemetry Updates : KB2952664 v24 mise à jour

 

Je ferai les tests d'ici la fin de la semaine.

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Chez moi KB4099950 ne m'est pas proposée, mais je suppose que c'est normal puisque d'après l'article de la KB :

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Important This update must be installed before you install KB4088875 or KB4088878.

Du coup on se demande comment corriger le problème rencontré pour tous les gens comme moi qui ont installé les màj via WU dès leur sortie...Et aussi si elle servira à quelque-chose si installée en intégration via RunOnce...

 

(C'est KB2952664 pour la télémétrie ;)).

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From the MS-article KB4088875:

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A new Ethernet Network Interface Card (NIC) that has default settings may replace the previously existing NIC, causing network issues after you apply this update. Any custom settings on the previous NIC persist in the registry but are unused.

This issue is resolved by KB4099950 which will be automatically applied when installing this update

Just yesterday I updated my 2nd  W7-installation on work-pc and observed this WU-behavior:

1) WU requested KB4074598; I installed it and after restart and one or two new search

2) WU requested KB4099950 and 4100480; I install them and after restart and one or two new search

3) WU requested finally (and not earlier!) KB4088875; I installed it, then restart

WU did not request other patches.

May be MS means KB4088875 will not be asked until the other have been installed.

Then, of course, today KB4093118; in the same article MS says this one corrects the problems of KB4088875 and the reg-key QualityCompat is not necessary anymore.

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@mooms,

KB4099950 m'a été demandée sur toutes mes machines virtuelles bien que j'aie au préalable déjà installé KB4088875 (la première version) via WU. Après est-ce que ça marche ou pas, si installée après, bonne question ! Si on doit lancer plusieurs rounds de redémarrages avant d'installer des mises à jour cumulatives, je pense qu'on n'a pas fini !

Erreur typo corrigée sur KB2952664.

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Tested x86-integration of KB4093118 instead of KB4088875, KB4099950 under silent-installers: no issues or requests from WU.

The REG-key (QualityCompat) is still necessary, otherwise WU will ask for 4 old update for windows and 2 for NET-FW: have a look to the pictures in my post from March 25 This page or the previous one).

May be tomorrow I can test x64.

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Guys I was away on vacation for 12 weeks. Tried following the last page or 2 of posts, but difficult without actually doing tests on a VM. 

I will be using the April UL's. I only make the x64 version of home premium. I'll also be incorporating ricktendos NFW 4.7.1 (1/13/2018) in my silent list. I'll be using WTK1.6.0.1. I see that there is a WTK v.1.6.0.5 on the public page, but I get an error every time I start it. Is this a known problem?

Will I have to add the AV.REG file to WTK tweaks? Is that regfile still necessary to continue to get future WU?

Anything else to be on the lookout for?

regards...

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