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EXE to MSP converter request


yakka
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Hello,

 

I discovered Win Toolkit yesterday and I have a small request.

When we have 2 different patches for the same SW (example access), the msp file name is the same (access-x-none.msp in my example).

access2013-kb3055016-fullfile-x86-glb.exe

access2013-kb3085503-fullfile-x86-glb.exe

 

Is it mandatory to rename the msp in order to have the 2 msp or do you extract both exe in the same msp file?

 

Thank you

 

Regards

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When we have 2 different patches for the same SW (example access), the msp file name is the same (access-x-none.msp in my example).

access2013-kb3055016-fullfile-x86-glb.exe

access2013-kb3085503-fullfile-x86-glb.exe

 

Is it mandatory to rename the msp in order to have the 2 msp or do you extract both exe in the same msp file?

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Just to stay on your example:

 

you don't need use both files,because KB3055016 has been replaced (superseded) by KB3085503!

 

It means, you have first to control, which updates have been replaced and exclude them from the installation/integration.

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