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#1 alacran

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Posted 17 May 2016 - 10:38 PM

Convenience rollup update for Windows 7 SP1 and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1

 

This article describes a convenience rollup for Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (SP1)-based and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1-based computers. This rollup package includes almost all the updates that were released after the release of SP1 for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2, through April 2016. This convenience rollup is intended to make it easy to integrate fixes that were released after SP1 for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2. We recommend that you include this rollup package in the image creation process to make it easier to quickly set up a computer.

 

https://support.micr...n-us/kb/3125574

 

Prerequisites
To apply this update, you must install Service Pack 1 for Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2 (KB976932) and April 2015 servicing stack update for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 (KB3020369).

 

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For x86:
download.windowsupdate.com/d/msdownload/update/software/updt/2016/05/windows6.1-kb3125574-v4-x86_ba1ff5537312561795cc04db0b02fbb0a74b2cbd.msu

 

For x64:
download.windowsupdate.com/d/msdownload/update/software/updt/2016/05/windows6.1-kb3125574-v4-x64_2dafb1d203c8964239af3048b5dd4b1264cd93b9.msu

 

Please be carefull this Pack may have all Telemetry Updates in it

 

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#2 Wonko the Sane

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Posted 18 May 2016 - 08:02 AM

Nice :)

 

Particularly in these times of flaky windows update responding this may come really handy for new installs . :good:

 

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Posted 18 May 2016 - 07:35 PM

@ alacran: Can you provide a direct link for April 2015 servicing stack update? The article says it must be obtained from Windows Update. I know it can be obtained from Microsoft Update Catalog, but I'm busy all day using Android and don't have IE.



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Posted 18 May 2016 - 07:55 PM

@ alacran: Can you provide a direct link for April 2015 servicing stack update? The article says it must be obtained from Windows Update. I know it can be obtained from Microsoft Update Catalog, but I'm busy all day using Android and don't have IE.

Does it? :unsure:
 

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Prerequisites
To apply this update, you must install Service Pack 1 for Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2 (KB976932) and April 2015 servicing stack update for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 (KB3020369).

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https://support.micr...n-us/kb/3020369
 

How to obtain this update
Important Do not install a language pack after you install this update. If you do, the language-specific changes in the update will not be applied, and you will have to reinstall the update. For more information, see Add language packs to Windows.
Method 1: Windows Update
This update is available from Windows Update.
Method 2: Microsoft Download Center
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Windows 7:
X86:
https://download.mic...3020369-x86.msu
64 bit:
https://download.mic...3020369-x64.msu
 
Normally obtained through Opera.
 
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#5 Zoso_The_Internet_Tard

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Posted 18 May 2016 - 08:47 PM

@ Wonko: But of course Android doesn't have IE. You couldn't even run Windows in a VM-like environment (to use IE) because of the ridiculous amount of resources that would be required, and the huge difference in CPU architectures. I really do wish MS would make their Update Catalog browser-independent, while still providing a DL plugin for IE.

 

The file would not "normally be obtained through Opera", any browser will work. If desktop browser market share is any indication, most people " normally" use Firefox, Chrome, IE, etc, not Opera. But Opera is quite popular with Android users, and I've found that it is the most reliable for DLing bigger files, most other browsers tend to corrupt the DL or drop them before finishing. I can't count the # of zip files my custom recovery has refused to flash because of corruption. Opera can easily DL multi-gig files, and the hashes usually match.

 

I spent the bulk of last night letting my laptop run overnight to get the list of updates from WU, on a clean install of 7 from an MSDN ISO source file, a clean SFC /scannow, and no other programs installed except a WLAN driver. I awoke 9 hrs later and it still hadn't obtained the list.

 

Can I integrate both of these updates into a clean SP1 WIM (with something like WinToolkit or DISM, or do they need to be installed directly (while the OS is running)?



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Posted 18 May 2016 - 11:34 PM

Injecting Pack:

 

If you want to inject this Pack (KB3525574) into Windows 7 SP1 *.wim image, you must first inject KB3020369 alone, after doing this you can inject the Convenience Pack.

 

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Posted 19 May 2016 - 07:47 AM

@ Wonko: But of course Android doesn't have IE. You couldn't even run Windows in a VM-like environment (to use IE) because of the ridiculous amount of resources that would be required, and the huge difference in CPU architectures. I really do wish MS would make their Update Catalog browser-independent, while still providing a DL plugin for IE.

Sure :) but the point is (was) that I gathered the info I posted by NOT using IE at all, but rather Opera (and as you said any browser would do to find those links and download those files, unless for *whatever reasons* a "normal browser - including Opera Mini - wouldn't work for those on Android :unsure: ) .

Anyway the whole idea of the new "convenience rollup" (+pre-requisite) is to use it WITHOUT using Windows Update which - for *some reasons* has proved to have become extremely slow and using a lot of CPU in Windows 7 lately.

There are some related posts on Woody Leonhard's, it seems like recently a completely unrelated to Windows Update KB (KB 3153199) helps to reduce the time needed to "refresh" the Windows Update, JFYI:
http://www.infoworld...he-problem.html
and previously a couple (still seemingly unrelated) KB's (KB 3138612 and KB 3145739) had the same effect of making the Windows Update behave normally.

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Posted 20 May 2016 - 09:17 PM

 

Convenience Rollup Analysis

The convenience rollup include almost all the regular updates (General, Security, Hotfixes, .NET 3.5, Features), but not IE updates

in addition, it include the updates for most addons or feature packs
only their updates are included, not the feature packs themselves
meaning, you will need to install those packs first, so the rollup can install their updated components afterwards
those are: PlatformUpdate, RDP, WMF4, AD LDS, RSAT, DCA2.0, VirtualPC, WorkFolders, Server Essentials Connector

These are the not superseded updates:

security updates released on May 2016, and 3 old ones:

KB3150220, KB3153171, KB3153199, KB3155178, KB3156013, KB3156016, KB3156017, KB3156019 KB2898851, KB2900986, KB3059317

general updates released on May 2016, and a few optional ones:

KB3139923-v2, KB3140245, KB3153731, KB3156417 KB917607 WinHlp32.exe KB2685811 KMDF 1.11 KB2685813 UMDF 1.11 KB2818604 CPU Microcode - AMD KB3064209 CPU Microcode - Intel KB3046480 .NET 1.1 migration check KB3063109 Hyper-V integration components KB2750841 TCP/IP (superseded, except EnableIPAutoConfigurationLimits registry) WUClient cabs (superseded, but still checked by WU on each search session as fail-safe)

these hotfixes
all are superseded on files level (except KB2787046)
but they provide extra registry keys, so i might replace them with registry files, what do you think?

KB2695321-v2 KB2752259 KB2756651 KB2775511-v2 KB2787046 KB2891144 KB2907020 KB2918833-v2 KB2923766-v5 KB2925489-v3 KB2990184-v2 KB3154518

Windows10

kb2952664-v17 KB3021917 kb3035583-v3 kb3123862 kb3150513

NotAllowedOffline
(KB2603229 is superseded if KB3125574 is executed online directly from .msu file)

KB2603229-x64 KB3046269

FeaturePacks:

RDP KB2592687 KB2830477 WMF4 & WMF5 KB2819745 KB3134760 WAT KB971033 and the old packs: WMF3, WIF, FM.API, MicrosoftAgent, NTBackup

a note regard RDP:
although KB2574819-v2 components are superseded, but RDP packs KB2592687 & KB2830477 require this update installed
microsoft-windows-rdp-winip-package .mum explicitly states Package_for_KB2574819 as parent

and since we have to install RDP packs before rollup (to get updated components), KB2574819-v2 is needed first

Last edited by abbodi1406; Today at 04:01.

 

Source: http://forums.mydigi...l=1#post1230845

 

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