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abbodi1406

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  1. Hence the description "Custom Support Updates", AKA internally for paid companies it had been known for years that XP SP3 got those custom unpublished updates, but now we know that W2k and W2k3 got them too custom updates for W2k started in 2014-06, at the same time when the custom support program started for XP SP3 the links are public, the updates are not blocked for installation, what would be suspicious?
  2. Might be another bummer for XP Microsoft to use SHA-2 exclusively starting May 9, 2021 KB5003341: Issues you might encounter when SHA-1 Trusted Root Certificate Authority expires
  3. Quick observation: - Some of Window 2000 custom updates were included in the discontinued Security Release ISO Images - Windows Server 2003 custom updates are not blocked for Windows XP x64 (i didn't check all) even the known blocked update KB2926765 has a custom variant which is not blocked - IE for Server 2003 x86 got only two custom updates, but for Server 2003 x64 it got many (latest is 2019-09 KB4516046) - Windows XP SP3 x86 last custom updates were for 2019-02 (not taking public KB4500331 into account) there are none for 2019-03/2019-04 (they didn't create them or
  4. - Windows NT 5.x family windowsupdate.com links for available languages, including all (any?) Custom Support Updates - The updates links are grouped for each build, slightly sorted, and ordered lexicographically per update number or file name as possible - Superseded (replaced) updates are not filtered or excluded - The dump is available as csv files containing updates name and url, or plain text files containing updates url - It's recommended to use CSVFileView to check the csv files https://www.nirsoft.net/utils/csv_file_view.html - You can filter or extract update
  5. Updates with name KB24286772010* are special and not applicable for all, KB2428677 is a private paid hotfix related to some enterrise Add-ins
  6. No, it only download latest applicable updates, none of them is superseded Updates folder containing osetup.dll/ose.exe + SP2 files + post SP2 files for 32-bit en-us will be ~ 1 GB SP2 + updates files for Project/Visio ~ 255 MB
  7. I wish i saw this topic eariler, i would have recommended to try WHDownloader program (you can find at majorgeeks or softpedia) a downloader for Windows and Office updates, including 2010 it require .NET 4.x after running it, press on the upper left blue arrow to download update lists, then choose Office2010-x86 all updates are post SP2 if you don't want to use the program, you can check this text file which contain download links for the updates https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/ryxbk6ef9cfimd5/Office2010-x86.txt https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/cq3k8prbzd9pnus/Office
  8. KB2990941 is the only single update that add NVMe support KB3087873 fixes issue afterwards, and KB2864202 as prerequisite Convenience Rollup KB3125574 replace them all
  9. @max-h this installs 7.6.7600.256 for XP and Vista http://download.windowsupdate.com/windowsupdate/redist/standalone/7.6.7600.320/WindowsUpdateAgent-7.6-x64.exe http://download.windowsupdate.com/windowsupdate/redist/standalone/7.6.7600.320/WindowsUpdateAgent-7.6-x86.exe
  10. TrustedInstaller is a service, and it own all OS components (files) the posted two tools provide a way to execute a program as System account with TrustedInstaller token = grant full permissions
  11. https://github.com/mspaintmsi/superUser https://m2team.github.io/NSudo/
  12. Howdy @Atari800XL imagex time is the one reported as elapsed it after finish applying? for me i used echo %time% before and after imagexin a script, the difference was ~ 3:40, while imagex reported 3:00 still, manual observation of WinNTSetup applying gives ~ 4:20 BTW, where do i find WinNTSetup log? and it detects 1st index of UUP as 64bit https://i.imgur.com/yNRfOpq.png
  13. AFAIK, Win7 only got SP2
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