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KB4132216 causes failed installation/uninstallation of CU

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The latest servicing stack update KB4132216 causes failed installation/uninstallation of CU on Windows 10 Home.

 

Installation of KB4284880 failed at 99%. Installation and uninstallation of KB4103720 also failed at 99%.

The latest Flash Player security update is compatible with KB4132216.

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I'm afraid you will have to uninstall KB4132216 (the hard way) and install previous SSU - KB4093137, halohalo.

However, on my Win10 v1607 Pro system, I have KB4093137 SSU installed and newer updates like KB4103720 & KB4103723 complete 100% successfully.

Use wushowhide.diagcab to hide KB4132216 and newer servicing stack updates.

Edited by erpdude8

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Official 1607 ISO file contains KB3199986 SSU, and it is compatible with KB4103720 and old Flash Player security update.

 

Anyway, I solved the problem by replacing the latest wcp.dll with old one. The installation of KB4284833 is successful.

 

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be careful halohalo.

June 2018 updates KB4284880 & KB4284833 (and later CUs) include the windows10upgrade.exe file stored in the \Windows\UpdateAssistantV2\ folder and may run at anytime and unexpectedly upgrade your v1607 home system to newer release w/out any user intervention when KB4023814, KB4023057 & KB4056254 updates are installed.

do not be caught unaware of this "sneaky" trick by Microsoft

block/hide the KB4023814, KB4023057 and KB4056254 updates using wushowhide.diagcab or WUMT (Windows Update Minitool)

also delete the windows10upgrade.exe file or the entire UpdateAssistantV2 folder from the Windows folder after installing either KB4284880 or KB4284833 update

Edited by erpdude8

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how did you replace the wcp.dll file(s), halohalo?  I think that file is stored somewhere in a subfolder inside the WinSXS folder.

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Install KB4132216, then find the latest wcp.dll and change its ownership and permissions. Copy old wcp.dll to replace the latest one, then restore the ownership and permissions.

 

I am using Windows 10 x86, so there is only one wcp.dll (x86) in KB4132216.

Edited by halohalo
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I kinda hate having to change ownership & permission of files/folders back and forth so another alternative is to integrate/slipstream the KB4284880, KB4103720 or higher cumulative update onto installation media as discussed in this MDL forum thread.  Slipstreaming those updates and performing an "offline" install of Win10 home/pro x64 on my PC with the KB4132216 & higher CUs already integrated seems to work around the problem.

I may consider installing a "higher" edition of Win10 v1607 like education or LTSB, overwriting my Win10 v1607 pro OS.

Edited by erpdude8

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a follow-up on this:

a slightly better solution (rather than just manually changing file permissions to replace that wcp.dll file) is mentioned on this Tenforums page:

https://www.tenforums.com/windows-updates-activation/123949-w10-1607-cumulative-updates-installs-successfully-only-until-2018-06-a-10.html#post1574275

Edited by erpdude8

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On 5/14/2019 at 11:04 PM, halohalo said:

Since kb4494440, kb4498947 replaces kb4132216. 

The KB4494440 cumulative update has been superseded/replaced by KB4505052, which includes the gov.uk fix for v1607

like KB4494440, KB4505052 also requires the KB4498947 servicing stack update

anyways, I'm using LTSB 2016 on some of my older PCs

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