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steven4554

Post-SP1 updates for Windows 7 (Updated 08/10/2019)

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Thanks steven. Much appreciated for the reply. So, I am not integrating .NET and any other non-integrate updates/apps in the iso to avoid a failed installation (your option 3 suits better for us :D ). I shall get on with your instruction and see how it goes at my end.

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Thx steven4554 i was looking around for this

 

Tho i wonder i,m quite new to making a slipstreamed Os , i saw the netframework 4.5.1 is an exe & the Adobe Reader is an msi

 

How do i integrate this into the image ?  , i,m using Rt7 Lite ( latest Beta ) , can anyone give me some pointer,s perhap,s

 

 

Apologies if i go a little off topic

http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/139877-post-sp1-updates-for-windows-7-updated-13052014/page-18#entry1077997

 

Merci Tommorow , ...i do get an alarm from Zonealarm when installing it ..a false positive i reckon , something to work with , thx again!

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I was thinking of using RT seven lite to integrate these into W7 SP1 iso.

 

 

 

 

I used RT seven lite and not only did I have a ton of issues with it there were left over EXE's that it ran on every startup that I still don't understand why they were there.  Here is my real quick guide on making your own ISO (which I burn to a USB stick using Microsofts "Windows 7 USB DVD Download" tool)

 

Setup

1. Install Microsoft Windows AIK + updates

2. Copy the contents of a Win7 SP1 DVD in a directory (I use c:\Win7SP1x64)

3. Create a blank directory for the mount (I use c:\Win7SP1x64Mount)

4. Copy WinPE drivers to a directory (I use c:\Win7x64-PE)

5. Copy regular device drivers to a directory (I use c:\Win7x64-Drivers)

6. Copy updates to a directory (I use c:\Win7x64-Updates)

7. Open up the Deployment Tools command prompt as a administrator

8. Navigate to c:\

 

9. Mount the boot image (index 1 is PE): dism /mount-wim /wimfile:c:\Win7SP1x64\sources\boot.wim /index:1 /mountdir:c:\Win7SP1x64Mount

10. Add PE drivers: dism /image:c:\Win7SP1x64Mount /add-driver /driver:c:\Win7x64-PE /recurse

11. Unmount image and commit changes: dism /unmount-wim /mountdir:c:\Win7SP1x64Mount /commit

 

12. Mount the install image (index 3 is pro): dism /mount-wim /wimfile:c:\Win7SP1x64\sources\install.wim /index:3 /mountdir:c:\Win7SP1x64Mount

13. Add drivers: dism /image:c:\Win7SP1x64Mount /add-driver /driver:c:\Win7x64-Drivers /recurse

14. Add updates: dism /image:c:\Win7SP1x64Mount /add-package /packagepath:c:\Win7x64-Updates

15. Unmount image and commit changes: dism /unmount-wim /mountdir:c:\Win7SP1x64Mount /commit

16. Create bootable ISO: oscdimg -bC:\Win7SP1x64\boot\etfsboot.com -u2 -h -m -lWin7SP1x64 c:\Win7SP1x64 c:\Win7SP1x64.iso

 

Hopefully this comes in handy for someone.

 

-Allan

Edited by vseven

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Hi,

I thought I would complete the rest of the Language Packs for Windows 7 SP1

- have changed the product name and service pack name to get the status colour to work correctly

- also corrected the filename for Windows6.1-KB2483139-x86-en-us.exe

attachicon.gifWin7-SP1-x86-Lang.ulz

attachicon.gifWin7-SP1-x64-Lang.ulz

Feel free to include with future download lists.

Cheers.

 

 

Can I know How to create .ulz file...........plzzzz 

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Thank you for your help and answers thus far.

Can you additional tell me whether using your WUD based downloads are sufficient to integrate IE11 or do I need to follow your IE11 topic additionally?

I just don't want to miss anything.

 

Thanks again.

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Thanks for using my lists :)

 

It's up to you, either solution has all the required updates, security and non-security updates to install/integrate IE11, so you're not missing out on anything.

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Thanks for the quick reply.

I am using your updates to slipstream via MDT and have just tested an installation minus the IE11 exe.

I thought I saw a cab version of IE11 before but must have been mistaken so will use MDT to install IE11 amongst other non integratables post integrate unless I'm mistaken.

 

If anyone has any experience doing this with MDT then I'd appreciate any suggestions or experience.

All went well with the exception of Windows attempting to logon to the local Admin Account after every reboot.

I'm not sure whether one of the updates has caused this or a corrupt file but I'll look into it.

 

As of today the following additional KB files needed to installed post integrated Windows install.

 

Security (Important)

KB2706045

KB2861855

KB2862152

KB2909210

KB2912390

KB2965788 - (Failed to install first time, possibly one off)

KB2791765

KB2904266

 

Non-Security (optional)

KB2574819

KB2592687

KB2830477

KB971033

KB2923545

 

As always, appreciate your hard work.

Edited by seahorse

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There is a cab version of IE11, and you'll find the latest version (11.0.9) on both IE11 thread and the Win7 lists, which you'll find in the optional section.

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Hi there,

 

I was using your list on a Standard Windows 7 Pro x64 SP1, integrating everything from your list made the installation fail, but reading some stuff here on the forum I saw someone recommending to remove 3 KBs to avoid this problem, in case KB2603229, KB2533552 and KB2506143. I removed KB2603229, KB2533552 and the installation worked well. Did you experience this problem as well? Would it not be better to remove these updates from your list to avoid people having the same issue?

 

Also, if you don't mind I would like to contribute to this list as it was very useful for me so I would like to assist and help other people with it. Thanks!

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The updates that cannot be integrated into a offline image, are clearly marked as Non-Integrate in the latest ULZ's for both 7 and 8.1 Update!

 

You can also help me with the lists by pointing out any mistakes or updates that I may have missed, and also give feedback to possibly help improve the lists, but that's all.

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The updates that cannot be integrated into a offline image, are clearly marked as Non-Integrate in the latest ULZ's for both 7 and 8.1 Update!

 

You can also help me with the lists by pointing out any mistakes or updates that I may have missed, and also give feedback to possibly help improve the lists, but that's all.

 

Hi Steven,

 

I didn't notice that before, had to move right a bit, thanks for the heads up! Much appreciated!

 

Sure, as I'm always building machines and installing Windows 7 x64 on them I can assit you often with what is working or not and update you with new KBs that are missing.

 

Soon I'll start doing the same for Windows 8.1 x64, and perhaps also for Office 2013.

 

So far What I've found missing (because perhaps they are quite new updates) are the following on Windows 7 x64 Professional OEM

 

Security Updates
 
* 2929437
* 2861855
* 2862152
* 2791765
* 2904266
* 971033
 
Optional updates
 
* 2574819
* 2592687
* 2830477
 
I've integrated Security essentials, .Net 4.5.2 and silverlight just fine with these commands using WinToolKit (which is a pretty good tool, using the silent install option)
 
Silverlight-x64 /q
NDP452-KB2901907-x86-x64-AllOS-ENU /q /norestart
MSEInstall_x64_en_us /s /runwgacheck /o
 
All worked like a charm, after installation, just 10 important and 4 optional updates available.
 
Thank you!
Edited by mephistopoa

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Thanks for the list of updates, here's what missing or been superseded:-

 

Security

 

KB2957689 replaces KB2929437

KB2861855 is missing because I don't include updates or features for Remote Desktop!

KB2862152 is missing because I don't include updates for DirectAccess!

KB2820331 replaces KB2791765

KB2922717 replaces KB2904266

KB971033 is missing because users did not want validation updates in the lists.

 

Non-Security

 

KB2574819 is missing because I don't include updates or features for Remote Desktop!

KB2592687 and KB2830477 same reason as KB2574819.

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Do you include a program or update for embedded lockdown manager.  When i integrate the updates the program keeps installing. it does it for both arcs

 

edited 

 

The update is KB2959936. Found it online sorry. 

Edited by John95

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