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POSReady 2009 updates ported to Windows XP SP3 ENU

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2 hours ago, Dave-H said:

Is anyone else having trouble with KB4230467 apparently installing OK but then asking to be installed again, over and over?
It's happening on one of my machines but not the other, so I'm wondering if it's the oem problem again.
:dubbio:

I can be wrong but (as far as I remember from deleted posts) You need to use /overwriteoem switch while installing kernel updates on one of Your systems.

Edited by Bersaglio
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Ah thanks, I hadn't realised it was a kernel update, so that will indeed be the problem!
:yes:

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Below is a list of issues unresolved

+ Windows Install (KB958655, KB4087398) => SQL Server 2005 SP4
+ MSJET40 (KB4034775, KB4093257) => MS Access 2003 SP3
+ KB4134651 => Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer


Sync List 281 hotfix (Jun 2018)

KB892130, KB898461, KB909520, KB923561, KB929399, KB932716, KB939683, KB941569, KB942288, KB943729, KB944043, KB946648, KB950582, KB950762, KB950974, KB951376, KB951618, KB951830, KB951978, KB952004, KB952069, KB952287, KB952954, KB953155, KB953839, KB954154, KB954155, KB954920, KB956391, KB956572, KB956844, KB958752, KB958911, KB959252, KB959426, KB960803, KB960859, KB961118, KB968389, KB969059, KB969084, KB969262, KB970430, KB970483, KB971029, KB971513, KB971657, KB972260, KB972270, KB973507, KB973525, KB973540, KB973815, KB973869, KB973904, KB974112, KB974318, KB974392, KB974571, KB975025, KB975254, KB975467, KB975558, KB975560, KB975713, KB976002, KB976323, KB976325, KB976749, KB977816, KB977914, KB978207, KB978262, KB978338, KB978542, KB978695, KB978706, KB979309, KB979482, KB979687, KB980182, KB981997, KB982132, KB982316, KB982381, KB982632, KB982664, KB982665

KB2115168, KB2124261, KB2183461, KB2229593, KB2264107, KB2290570, KB2296011, KB2345886, KB2347290, KB2360131, KB2387149, KB2393802, KB2419632, KB2423089, KB2443105, KB2467659, KB2478960, KB2479943, KB2482017, KB2483185, KB2485663, KB2491683, KB2492386, KB2506212, KB2507938, KB2508429, KB2509553, KB2510531, KB2510581, KB2535512, KB2536276, KB2544521, KB2544893, KB2564958, KB2566454, KB2570947, KB2584146, KB2585542, KB2592799, KB2598479, KB2598845, KB2603381, KB2619339, KB2620712, KB2631813, KB2632503, KB2653956, KB2655992, KB2659262, KB2660649, KB2661637, KB2676562, KB2686509, KB2691442, KB2698365, KB2705219, KB2719985, KB2723135, KB2727528, KB2749655, KB2757638, KB2770660, KB2780091, KB2797052, KB2801109, KB2802968, KB2807986, KB2808679, KB2813347, KB2820197, KB2820917, KB2834886, KB2834904, KB2835364, KB2847204, KB2847311, KB2850869, KB2859537, KB2862152, KB2862330, KB2862335, KB2864063, KB2868038, KB2868626, KB2876217, KB2876331, KB2879017, KB2884256, KB2888505, KB2892075, KB2893294, KB2898715, KB2898785, KB2900986, KB2909210, KB2909212, KB2909921, KB2914368, KB2916036, KB2922229, KB2925418, KB2926765, KB2929961, KB2930275, KB2933528, KB2935092, KB2936068, KB2957503, KB2961072, KB2964358, KB2991963, KB2993254, KB2993651, KB2998579, KB3004361, KB3013126, KB3020393, KB3021674, KB3029944, KB3033889, KB3033890, KB3035132, KB3055973, KB3065979, KB3067903, KB3076895, KB3078601, KB3080446, KB3081320, KB3087039, KB3092601, KB3109560, KB3121918, KB3124624, KB3126587, KB3126593, KB3139398, KB3139914, KB3140709, KB3145739, KB3149090, KB3161561, KB3161949, KB3170455, KB3178034, KB3183431, KB3185911, KB3194371, KB3196718, KB3197835, KB3198510, KB4012583, KB4012584, KB4014652, KB4014793, KB4014794, KB4015383, KB4018466, KB4018556, KB4019276, KB4022746, KB4022747, KB4024323, KB4025218, KB4025240, KB4025398, KB4025409, KB4025497, KB4026061, KB4034044, KB4039111, KB4039384, KB4041995, KB4042121, KB4047211, KB4052303, KB4056564, KB4056941, KB4089082, KB4089175, KB4089453, KB4089694, KB4091756, KB4093223, KB4101477, KB4101864, KB4130957, KB4130978, KB4131188, KB4230450, KB4230467, KB4293928, KB4294413

 

New issues appear with the Windows Update server

+ Redirect after installing the Windows Update ActiveX control
http://update.microsoft.com/windowsupdate/ => http://c.microsoft.com

+ Regedit hack POSReady seems to have been fixed, no longer see Microsoft Windows XP Embedded hotfixes

May 2018

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Jun 2018

1565352946_WindowsXPExtendbuild1806-thuthuatdoday.blogspot_com.png.dce54bf98fcd7ac2735d0d2e9d97a703.png

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2 hours ago, MaterSystem said:

Jun 2018

1565352946_WindowsXPExtendbuild1806-thuthuatdoday.blogspot_com.png.dce54bf98fcd7ac2735d0d2e9d97a703.png

If you've managed to avoid them up to this point, do hide both KB905474 (the WGA Notifications - not needed at all) and KB2934207 (XP EoS Nag). As for KB923789, get and run Adobes Flash Uninstaller, reboot, then reinstal the latest Flash Player for each type of broser you have on the machine (Active-X, NPAPI and PPAPI), Then WU/MU should stop asking for KB923789.

 

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1 hour ago, dencorso said:

If you've managed to avoid them up to this point, do hide both KB905474 (the WGA Notifications - not needed at all) and KB2934207 (XP EoS Nag). As for KB923789, get and run Adobes Flash Uninstaller, reboot, then reinstal the latest Flash Player for each type of broser you have on the machine (Active-X, NPAPI and PPAPI), Then WU/MU should stop asking for KB923789.

 

Sure you misunderstand

POSReady (KB4134651, KB4093257, KB4087398, KB4034775) and Win XP (KB2934207, KB905474, KB923789) are the update deliberately ignored

Things here I want to say: "When the update check, no longer displays the results of the Microsoft Windows XP Embedded list". Say in other way "One of the updates released in June, 2018 seems to have blocked the POSReady hack".

It should be up to date: KB4134651, KB4093257, KB4087398, KB4034775 but not here. Note: no hidden updates

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2 minutes ago, MaterSystem said:

"One of the updates released in June, 2018 seems to have blocked the POSReady hack".

No. It hasn't. Something else must have happened on your system.

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Also can as you say, the Windows update server cluster in the area where I live there are problems

Last month, everything was normal, so it was not until this month

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@MaterSystem

The Windows update server cluster, which is distributed worldwide, has been struggling with various problems lately. This has been commented in this topic by me and other users who were affected (Non-availability and various error messages). Unfortunately, a certain amount of time has been lost after a crash with the server for the forum.

You can try at WU / MU in IE8 (currently only TLS 1.2 Encryption is enough) via https connection, has partly helped.

https://update.microsoft.com/windowsupdate
https://update.microsoft.com/microsoftupdate

:)

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40 minutes ago, Mcinwwl said:

And, obviously, no fix for KB4134651issues?

Unfortunately, there was no official fix for KB4134651 this month. :no:

:)

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15 hours ago, heinoganda said:

@MaterSystem

Cụm máy chủ cập nhật Windows, được phân phối trên toàn thế giới, đã phải vật lộn với các vấn đề khác nhau gần đây. Điều này đã được tôi và những người dùng khác nhận xét trong chủ đề này (không có sẵn và các thông báo lỗi khác nhau). Thật không may, một khoảng thời gian nhất định đã bị mất sau một sự cố với máy chủ cho diễn đàn.

 Bạn có thể thử tại WU / MU trong IE8 (hiện tại chỉ có Mã hóa TLS 1.2 là đủ) thông qua kết nối https, đã phần nào giúp được.




:)

Current, I'm using the https link. If using http will be redirected to http://c.microsoft.com

But the list still does not show Windows XP Embedded, although apply POSReady hack

I mainly concern the problem: "no longer see the list of Microsoft Windows XP Embedded"

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@MaterSystem

Did you activate "Automatic Updates" where the updates already installed? You can check the registry at "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\HotFix" where all installed updates for Windows are listed.

:)

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5 hours ago, heinoganda said:

@MaterSystem

Did you activate "Automatic Updates" where the updates already installed? You can check the registry at "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\HotFix" where all installed updates for Windows are listed.

:)

I am sure: updated list above are not installed

- Disable Automatic Update

- Not C:\Windows\$hf_mig$\KB*, C:\Windows\$NTUnistallKB*$

- Not HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\HotFix\KB*

...

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@MaterSystem

Then we can try the following, first stop the service "Automatic Updates", delete the content from the folder "%windir%\SoftwareDistribution" and restart the service "Automatic Updates". Now in the Internet Explorer delete all temporary files and start a search for updates (the first search takes longer!).

:)

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Anyone else having problem with following this thread?

Few days ago, I suddenly stopped getting mails of posts from this thread. They are not blocked, or gone to spam. It didn't happened immediately after server's crash and recovery, but few days after it. :blink:

Strangely, I'm still getting mails from forked Root Certificates thread. :)

 

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