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The Windows 2000 Post-SP4 Updates for HFSLIP page has been updated, adding these updates:.

...

Wow, much activity for W2K!

Does it make sense to update Parseus' file-checker-extension for W2K?

(if yes, who's gonna wake up Parseus :) )

Yes, indeed! But we've got a long way to go before we catch up with you illustrious guys.

It makes sense to update the tool, of course. :) I have not actually investigated it. I hope Parseus or someone else is willing to step up and help, because before I have had the chance to look at it, figure it out and update it, a long time will have passed. :\

Edited by bristols

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Thanks Mim0.

Let me point that you forgot to change (or update) Adobe's release date for Flash Player in updates list from 2011-02 to 2011-03.

EDIT:

Forgot to mention the RDC7 remark, needs update from:

MS11-017: Remote Desktop Client

RDC7: To handle KB2483614 correctly you must also add HFSLIP_POST_RDC7.cmd to HFTOOLS.

To:

MS11-017: Remote Desktop Client

RDC7: To handle KB2483614 correctly you must also add HFSLIP_PRE_RDC7.cmd to HFTOOLS.

Edited by Maxfutur

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The Batch Download scripts have been updated.

The required wget.ini file is now supplied with each batch script and I've also put a link to wget.exe in the above msfn thread. This should simplify things a lot.

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April 2011;

Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool - April 2011 (KB890830)

Cumulative Security Update for Windows XP, Internet Explorer 8 (KB2497640)

Cumulative Security Update of ActiveX Kill Bits for Windows XP (KB2508272)

Security Update for Windows XP (KB2485663)

Security Update for Windows XP (KB2508429)

Security Update for Windows XP (KB2510531)

Security Update for Windows XP (KB2412687)

Security Update for Windows XP (KB2509553)

Security Update for Windows XP (KB2506212)

Security Update for Windows XP (KB2506223)

Security Update for Windows XP (KB2511455)

Security Update for Windows XP (KB2503658)

Security Update for Windows XP (KB2507618)

Edited by rulman

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April 2011 - a little horror :)

The upatelist is up to date, the file-checker comes asap (now time anymore today :( )

But here are the changes for this patchday:

New Updates:

Removed Updates:

· KB2482017 (MS11-003: Internet Explorer)

· KB980232 (MS10-020: SMB Client)

· KB982214 (MS10-054: SMB Server)

· KB2141007 (Extended Protection for Authentication for Outlook Express)

· KB980195 (MS10-034: ActiveX Kill Bits)

· KB958869 (MS09-062: GDI+)

· KB956803 (MS08-066: Microsoft Ancillary Function Driver)

· KB951748 (MS08-037: DNS)

· KB958752 (Fixes incompatibility with Zone Alarm)

· KB957579 (Security Advisory 971888: Update for DNS Devolution)

· KB971961 (MS09-045: JScript Scripting Engine)

· KB976662 (Improve JSON interoperability regarding ECMAScript, 5th edition)

· KB981349 (MS10-022: VBScript Scripting Engine)

· KB981332 (MS10-022: VBScript Scripting Engine)

· KB2485376 (MS11-007: OpenType Compact Font Format (CFF) Driver)

· KB2259922 (MS10-067: WordPad Text Converters)

· KB2479628 (MS11-012: Windows Kernel-Mode Drivers)

· Malicious Software Removal Tool 3.17

Replacements

· KB2497640 (MS11-018: Internet Explorer) replaces KB2482017 (MS11-003: Internet Explorer)

· KB2511455 (MS11-019: SMB Client) replaces KB980232 (MS10-020: SMB Client)

· KB2508429 (MS11-020: SMB Server) replaces KB982214 (MS10-054: SMB Server)

· KB2503658 (MS11-026: MHTML) replaces KB2141007 (Extended Protection for Authentication for Outlook Express)

· KB2508272 (MS11-027: ActiveX Kill Bits) replaces KB980195 (MS10-034: ActiveX Kill Bits)

· KB2412687 (MS11-029: GDI+) replaces KB958869 (MS09-062: GDI+)

· KB2509553 (MS11-030: DNS Resolution) replaces KB951748 (MS08-037: DNS), KB956803 (MS08-066: Microsoft Ancillary Function Driver), KB958752 (Fixes incompatibility with Zone Alarm) and KB957579 (Security Advisory 971888: Update for DNS Devolution)

· KB2510581 (MS11-031: JScript and VBScript Scripting Engines / IE6) replaces KB971961 (MS09-045: JScript Scripting Engine / IE6) and KB981349 (MS10-022: VBScript Scripting Engine)

· KB2510531 (MS11-031: JScript and VBScript Scripting Engines / IE6) replaces KB971961 (MS09-045: JScript Scripting Engine / IE8), KB981332 (MS10-022: VBScript Scripting Engine) and KB976662 (Improve JSON interoperability regarding ECMAScript, 5th edition)

· KB2507618 (MS11-032: OpenType Compact Font Format (CFF) Driver) replaces KB2485376 (MS11-007: OpenType Compact Font Format (CFF) Driver)

· KB2485663 (MS11-033: WordPad Text Converters) replaces KB2259922 (MS10-067: WordPad Text Converters)

· KB2506223 (MS11-034: Windows Kernel-Mode Drivers) replaces KB2479628 (MS11-012: Windows Kernel-Mode Drivers)

Any remarks are appreciated!

Mimo

Edited by Mim0

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April 2011 - a little horror :)

The upatelist is up to date, the file-checker comes asap (now time anymore today :( )

But here are the changes for this patchday:

Replacements

· KB2503658 (MS11-026: MHTML) replaces KB2141007 (Extended Protection for Authentication for Outlook Express)

Any remarks are appreciated!

Mimo

I wonder how that happens.

KB2141007 includes a file named inetcomm.dll.

MHTML includes nothing, except for update_SP3QFE.inf

HFSLIP log:

WindowsXP-KB2141007-x86-ESN.exe

TEMP\inetcomm.dll

1 archivos copiados

WindowsXP-KB2508272-x86-ESN.exe

0 archivos copiados

archivos copiados equal to copied files.

Both updates are verified, extracted by hand using /x switch.

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Another update integration Bug:

KB2510531 integration fails

IE8-WindowsXP-KB2510531-x86-ESN.exe

TEMP\jscript.dll

TEMP\spmsg.dll

TEMP\spuninst.exe

TEMP\vbscript.dll

4 archivos copiados

While HFSLIP is updated, an easy solution is being added in svcpack.inf

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