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18 hours ago, Dave-H said:

OK, I just installed Office 2010 new onto my Windows 10 Netbook, 32 bit version, from an ISO file.
I was then offered 11 updates, in this order of installation -

KB2553092 Office
KB2553065 Office File Validation
KB2553347 Office
KB2553406 Outlook Social Connector
KB2825640 Office
KB982726   Definition Update
KB3115475 Definition Update
KB2553310 Office
KB2566445 Sharepoint Workspace
KB3001652 Visual Studio 2010 Tools for Office
KB2687455 Service Pack 2

After restarting and scanning again, I was offered another 63 updates!  -

KB2589375 Office
KB2589298 Office
KB2850016 Office
KB2817369 InfoPath
KB2880971 Office
KB2589386 Office
KB2883019 Office
KB2553140 Office
KB2553154 Office
KB2956076 Office
KB3054873 Office
KB2589318 Office
KB2553313 Office
KB3055047 Office
KB2553388 Office
KB3054886 Office
KB2791057 Office
KB2881029 Office
KB2956063 Office
KB2881030 Office
KB2999465 Visio Viewer
KB3191908 Office
KB3213626 Office
KB3213631 Office
KB2553308 Outlook Social Conector
KB3114414 InfoPath
KB4011610 Office
KB3115248 Office
KB4022206 Office
KB4022208 Office
KB4092436 Office
KB3213636 Office
KB3114565 Office
KB4461579 Office
KB2553332 Office
KB4462187 Office
KB4461626 Office
KB2589339 Office
KB3115197 Office
KB3114559 Outlook
KB2920812 PowerPoint
KB3114879 Filter Pack 2.0
KB4032216 Publisher
KB2597087 Office
KB3203462 Office
KB4484377 Office
KB3114885 OneNote
KB4462172 Office
KB4484385 Access
KB4484379 Office
KB4484530 Office
KB2760601 SharePoint Workspace
KB4486700 Office
KB4092435 PowerPoint
KB4486663 Outlook
KB3203468 Office
KB4484235 PowerPoint
KB4486703 Word
KB2956084 Excel
KB4461625 Word
KB4486707 Excel
KB2881025 Visio
KB4462225 Visio

I assume the second lot were actually the updates to Service Pack 2 after it was installed.
I hope this helps.
This was on Windows 10, but I assume the same updates would be applied if the procedure was done on XP or any other version of Windows.
Cheers, Dave.
:)

I also recently installed Office 2010, but on Windows 7. x86, Professional Plus.

Sadly, the updates immediately started downloading, so I have no idea which ones are listed because they were slipstreamed or which b/c they were in Windows Update. Should've gotten that list instead of doing it afterwards. That said, here's what I have now:

Tried to copy as text, but can't find commands that pull Office updates:

 

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On 10/29/2020 at 6:58 PM, Dave-H said:

There seems to be a lot of duplication in your lists.

Yeah, not sure why...

On 10/29/2020 at 6:58 PM, Dave-H said:


How does my list compare with what you were expecting?
:dubbio:

Not sure... it's still more than I had slipstreamed, for sure!

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On 10/8/2020 at 6:29 PM, Dylan Cruz said:

@crashnburn4u @Dave-H

I only have through August. However, everything I have can be downloaded from here:

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/officeupdates/office-updates-msi

e.g. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4484800/january-2019-updates-for-microsoft-office is January 2019

Not really sure if I want to upload them anywhere because I think it probably violates the TOS of this site.

You'll end up with maybe 10 files, which you need to extract.

I'll do it all again next Tuesday... can't wait to have a shiny final copy of Office! Only wish ESU updates applied to that as well as Windows :(

Thats why we do not do or share things on this site as per its TOS. But if 2/3 friends shared some folders/ collections of patches among themselves OUTSIDE of here with no reference/ link back then I dont think its an issue. 

I've been the one to keep copies of SPs and several times installed them on friends or families Windows. Service Packs and Patches are as such not taboo material. 

I'm dealing with some health and domestic issues so been unable to get in sync with you guys, but would love to have a "collection" that allows me have quicker & local patched up variant of 2010 Office.  

On 10/14/2020 at 1:31 AM, win32 said:

Imagine. Someone extends Office 2010 in the future so it can properly render all documents made with Office 365.2064! :lol:

And wrote plugins that incorporated all of that new version's features...

Why didn't anyone do that with 2000/2003? OK there's the compatibility pack (wish it worked on Windows 95) but I've seen PPTXs that don't even work properly with 2007.

I bought Office 2000 because I thought it would be the gateway to reading Office Open XML documents on Windows 95. :thumbdown

Going through the Office specs they seem have to have stabilized large part of it from 2010 till now with minor updates. So prior stuff was in major evolution but its all relatively "stagnant" since 2010.. 

On 10/18/2020 at 4:34 AM, Dylan Cruz said:

@win32 @Dave-H @crashnburn4u

OK, I gave in... I can't figure out exactly how much of my February folder is redundant and it some updates failed in XP, so *maybe* I need a clean start.

Should have done this from the beginning, but since MSFT isn't providing one, I guess I'll make one

would a supersedence chart with full details be useful to anyone?

started making it:

 

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Wowza! Kudos. 

On 10/18/2020 at 6:20 PM, Dave-H said:

FWIW, would one way of determining exactly what updates are current be to install a clean pre-service pack Office 2010 onto a supported operating system like Windows 10, and then see what updates are offered for it by the Windows Update system?
Any which aren't offered can surely be presumed to have been superseded?
:dubbio:

 

On 10/18/2020 at 7:12 PM, Dylan Cruz said:

Hmm... it could certainly corroborate other methods... but Windows Update has been so whack I don't I would rely on it. Is it something you're able to do?

WSUS apparently has some way of showing supersedence for updates, but I'm not running a WSUS operation here!

I'm currently extending my Excel sheet back so I can use it for crosschecking updates. In the middle of 2016 so far, will probably have to take it back to 2013 or 2012 or so.

I was able to successfully check a few CABs, 2 were not superseded and 1 was. Still need to do the other ~50 eventually!

I'll continue making my findings available as I learn more. Wouldn't it be nice if Microsoft just released SP3? :D 

Would this really help fast? I had setup a sample instance of 2012 R2 Server with WSUS option for someone. Would it be worth it to get a full final Collection? 

On 10/18/2020 at 10:17 PM, Dylan Cruz said:

OK @Dave-H

The Excel file is complete.

Downloadable from w2k.phreaknet.org - it's right at the top

It contains *EVERY* single Office 2010 update ever released, to my knowledge. I scoured all the Microsoft KB articles. Probably took around ~5 hours total.

Supersedence for every update is also listed where provided, and formulas and colors keep track of which updates have been made unnecessary by future updates.

There's still some questions I have, but this helps, so it's a start.

Anyways, could be a great asset in crosschecking updates now. I'd be interested to see what updates you're offered and how they line up on this sheet. Maybe you can note the KBs but not install?

Nice. Truly appreciate your efforts and detailed dive in. 

BTW - NirSoft collection has a tiny portable app (cant recall name) that can PULL GUI text into CSV/ Tables etc, when you want to copy the GRID text but all you can do is Screenshots. 

On 10/29/2020 at 11:41 PM, Dylan Cruz said:

I also recently installed Office 2010, but on Windows 7. x86, Professional Plus.

Sadly, the updates immediately started downloading, so I have no idea which ones are listed because they were slipstreamed or which b/c they were in Windows Update. Should've gotten that list instead of doing it afterwards. That said, here's what I have now:

Tried to copy as text, but can't find commands that pull Office updates:

 

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5 hours ago, Dave-H said:

Completely unexpectedly, another five Office 2010 updates on my Windows 10 netbook today!

KB4484455 Office
KB4486740 Word
KB4486737 Office
KB4486743 Excel
KB4484534 Office

:D

Weird! Very weird!

Date on the first one is today!!!

Looks like there is *free* extended support for Office 2010? @Dave-H @win32 @crashnburn4u ??? :D

Incidentally, I found there are things like this going on:

https://www.techradar.com/au/news/thousands-of-users-at-risk-by-still-using-microsoft-office-2010-but-this-company-offers-a-fix

Though if Microsoft is doing it for free, why bother with that? Would be nice if we could community source new patches or something but I guess we'll have to see what happens.

UPDATE: OK, looks like these might be critical vulnerabilities in Office 2010, which is why MSFT patched them. 

Oddly, they don't list them here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/officeupdates/update-history-office-2010-click-to-run

They do list them here, though: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4583503/november-2020-updates-for-microsoft-office

Looks like there were actually 6 updates, Dave - you missing one?

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They might be going for the same approach as they did with Office 2007, continuing to release security updates for several months even though the support ended last month. I remember receiving Office 2007 updates until April-May 2018.

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5 hours ago, Dave-H said:

There's also KB4486738, which I wasn't offered on Windows 10 presumably because I don't need it.
:dubbio:
 

Thanks for the heads up Dave - I've updated the supersedence chart posted at https://w2k.phreaknet.org/

3 hours ago, karl80038 said:

They might be going for the same approach as they did with Office 2007, continuing to release security updates for several months even though the support ended last month. I remember receiving Office 2007 updates until April-May 2018.

It was patches for the critical zero day that was also patched the same day, so I don't think so, unfortunately - seems like this was a one off.

That said, still glad Microsoft did it. Lucky that it was only a month afterwards, which probably was a factor in them doing it.

Odder is that Server 2008 (not R2) got patches and I'm pretty sure that is not supported at all now.

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I tried installing KB4486738 on XP, and as expected, I got the message "There are no products affected by this package installed on this system".
That explains why I wasn't offered it by Windows Update on Windows 10.
It replaces wwlibcxm.dll, a file which is not on my system.
I'm not quite sure what that file is, but the best I can find is that it's something to do with displaying XML content in Word documents, a facility which was apparently removed in January.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2445060
:)

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On 11/13/2020 at 11:30 AM, Dave-H said:

I tried installing KB4486738 on XP, and as expected, I got the message "There are no products affected by this package installed on this system".
That explains why I wasn't offered it by Windows Update on Windows 10.
It replaces wwlibcxm.dll, a file which is not on my system.
I'm not quite sure what that file is, but the best I can find is that it's something to do with displaying XML content in Word documents, a facility which was apparently removed in January.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2445060
:)

So not applicable to XP, 7, or 10 then.

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Managed to trace some more stray CAB KB #s - it's still pretty tough though.

I don't see why Microsoft couldn't include KB numbers in CAB file names - would make this a whole lot easier!

The full list is below, but only a few have KB #s in the file name now:


11/19/2020  07:48 AM    <DIR>          .
11/19/2020  07:48 AM    <DIR>          ..
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f6102c7efcc394775f61f_KB2791057.cab
02/22/2020  02:25 PM         3,904,392 csi-x-none_d8eb94e0c20a0a6e007dbcf657ace1
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02/22/2020  05:54 PM           873,260 excelintl-en-us_643f56790952224f651b92cbc
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              30 File(s)     63,147,504 bytes
              20 Dir(s)  174,984,450,048 bytes free

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On 12/8/2020 at 1:20 PM, Dave-H said:

Five more updates today!

KB4486698 - Office
KB4486742 - Outlook
KB4484372 - PowerPoint
KB4493140 - Office
KB4493148 - Excel

The updates still keep coming!
:D

WOW! Now I'm beginning to think the Office team forgot they were supposed to end support...

SHHH!!! Let's not tell them... :P

In actuality, these are once again RCE bugs, so crossing my fingers there are more in January so we get more updates!

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