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u also have to add this entry to the registry:


better way to do it ....direct integration. :P

Who's post were you replying to? I don't think it was mine, because I don't have to add the registry key, and you can't do direct integration if they don't provide a redistributable installation package.

If you weren't replying to my post... nevermind...

Direct link for WGA redistributable installation package (and integratable):


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I would like a request for this topic:

1: Could, at the beginning of this topic, be more info about the /integrate option?

2: 125 Pages! Could someone clean up this topic? It is immense!

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It's first time I'm here, and I come from this site:http://unattended.msfn.org/unattended.xp/

I want to build an install dvd (XP), with all the upgrades and patches. I saw here links to download all this, but separated files, this means I need to download a lot of file.

I want to ask before to start to download it separatly: is there any place to find them all in the same file (zip or rar)???

:thumbup Sorry if is stupid question....

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Ryan, even a french update pack can be accessed from your site!

Current (1.1.4a) version of Vier's adaptation of your pack is working fine.

@ks_visa: use it with Ryan's integrator V1.1 and be sure to use advanced options (read vier's instructions).

It works as well with the last version of nLite.

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there's a one new optional updates for Windows XP on WU:


Install this update to resolve HTTP authentication issues in Windows-based systems that do not appear until Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 is installed.

unfortunately I don't know how to get link to updates :(

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@dhoffman_98: I don't have any problem with wga direct dll copying. What's your problem ? Screenshot ?

@Sonic... I never said there was a problem. I simply was asking people for other ideas about how they were doing it, or if the way I was doing it seemed to be the best solution.

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Thanks all for the info

I started out looking for the kb892130.exe failing to install issue on a

already installed system

LOL found that fix here :D

Just to add I did a fresh install and that issued with the register key permission doesn't happen

during a fresh install........ so the WGADiag2.exe fix is not needed during a fresh install

SO just add the kb892130.exe -u -q -z -n -o to the SVCPACK.INF.. Worked for me :thumbup:thumbup

You don't need to add any fancy reg file or tweaks ......

Change the long download name to above to meet the requirements in the SVCPACK.INF

and is the kb892130.exe failer to install fix again if you need it.
WGADiag2.exe <<--

also to who ever reads this that is new don't forget to grab :hello: the windows update agent

you will have to do a search cause it has been a while since I looked it up......

the windows update agent goes hand in hand with the WGA kb892130.exe

LOL It is great to have the windows update site fire right up no problems again..........

whoo hooooooooooo!!!!!!!!

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English Windows XP SP2 March 14th, 2006 Hot Fixes:

Update for Outlook 2003 Junk Email Filter (KB913161)


Update for Outlook 2003 (KB913807)


Security Update for Excel 2003 (KB905756)




PS: Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool - March 2006 (KB890830) is still from feb. :(

New XP Update:

Security Update for Windows XP (KB914798)

Tridgely that is only for Windows XP Service Pack 1 and another reason why everyone should be running SP2. :P

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New Updates for Windows 2000

KB912919 -› Vulnerability in Graphics Rendering Engine Could Allow Remote Code Execution

Download -› 711 KB (January 5, 2006)

Switches: KB912919.exe /q /n /z

KB911565 -› Vulnerability in Windows Media Player could allow remote code execution.

Download -› 2.43 MB (February 13, 2006)

Switches: KB911565.exe /q /n /z

KB911564 -› Vulnerability in Windows Media Player plug-in with non-Microsoft Internet browsers could allow remote code execution.

Download -› 598 KB (February 13, 2006)

Switches: KB911564.exe /q /n /z

KB908523 -› Vulnerability in Windows Kernel Could Allow Elevation of Privilege

Download -› 1.52 MB (December 12, 2005)

Switches: KB908523.exe /q /n /z

KB908519 -› Vulnerability in Embedded Web Fonts Could Allow Remote Code Execution

Download -› 584 KB (January 9, 2006)

Switches: KB908519.exe /q /n /z

KB905915 -› Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer

Download -› 4.75 MB (December 5, 2005)

Switches: KB905915.exe /q /n /z

*** NEW ***

KB890830 -› Microsoft® Windows® Malicious Software Removal Tool (v1.13)

Download -› 1.41 MB (February 14, 2006)

Switches: KB890830.exe /q (cannot use the /integrate; option)

(March not available yet)

To be removed from the list:




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Is anyone getting the new 890830 package?

This page (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/890830) is showing that version 1.14 was released today, but follow the link in the page to download the actual package, and it takes you to a page where version 1.13 is still showing as the latest. Also version 1.14 is showing up on the Windows Update site.

Is anyone else getting the new version yet?

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