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HOTFIXES: Windows XP SP2 & Windows 2000 SP4


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ADDED:

KB911567 -- Cumulative Security Update for Outlook Express

Download

KB908531 -- Vulnerability in Windows Explorer that could allow remote code execution

Download

KB912812 -- Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer

Replaces KB905915

[http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=033c41e1-2b36-4696-987a-099fc57e0129&DisplayLang=en]Download

KB911562 -- Vulnerability in MDAC that could allow remote code execution

Download-2.5sp3

KB911562 -- Vulnerability in MDAC that could allow remote code execution

Download-2.7sp1

KB911562 -- Vulnerability in MDAC that could allow remote code execution

Download-2.8

KB911562 -- Vulnerability in MDAC that could allow remote code execution

Download-2.8sp1

KB890830 -- Updated Malicious Software Removal Tool - Version 1.15 (April 2006)

Download

REMOVED:

KB905915 -- Superceded by KB912812

KB823353 -- Superceded by KB911567

KB897715 -- Superceded by KB911567

EDIT: This list is for Windows 2000.

Edited by the_guy
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Well, that´s just great: Can´t integrate kb912812 !!! Appears to be the same problem as with kb885835 and kb885250. I´ve successfully integrated all other hotfixes, but kb912812 shows the same error message as the one shown with 835 and 250. Now what ? As far as i can remember, i´ve never had such a problem with any other cumulative IE update. Btw, i´m using the german version of XP with SP2, since i´m from germany. Does this error appear in other language versions as well ?

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I'M BACK!

Sorry but my ISP was down last night so when I got home, I wasn't able to connect to my workstation at work and run my simulations...

I'll try to update the first page today or at last tonight.

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rename all xpsp3res.dll (there are 4 in my setup) to xpsp3res.dll.tmp in HFINT.DAT, and you will be able to integrate kb912812 successfully. don't forget to rename all of the xpsp3res.dll.tmp back to xpsp3res.dll after the integration.

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rename all xpsp3res.dll (there are 4 in my setup) to xpsp3res.dll.tmp in HFINT.DAT, and you will be able to integrate kb912812 successfully. don't forget to rename all of the xpsp3res.dll.tmp back to xpsp3res.dll after the integration.

That´s odd. I´ve got NO xpsp3res.dll entry in my hfint.dat ! How´s that possible ?

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KB893357, KB896344, KB890046, KB906569 (including KB912812) all have this xpsp3res.dll file. are you sure you have none of it? same trick as with KB885835, just rename mrxsmb.sys to mrxsmb.sys.tmp and it will integrate fine. i have the english version of winxp sp2 though

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I'm having some issues with Windows Media Player 10 and KB911565 installing via svcpack.inf.

After install, KB911565 shows up in add/remove programs, but WU says it is not installed and wmp.dll is the old version 10.00.00.3802.

Anyone with the same problem, and possibly a solution?

This is on a swedish version of Windows XP.

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I'm having some issues with Windows Media Player 10 and KB911565 installing via svcpack.inf.

After install, KB911565 shows up in add/remove programs, but WU says it is not installed and wmp.dll is the old version 10.00.00.3802.

Anyone with the same problem, and possibly a solution?

This is on a swedish version of Windows XP.

You are installing 911565 from your svcpack.inf, but when are you installing Media Player 10? Perhaps it's showing up in your add/remove list because the files were modified for MP9. If you install MP10 after your installation (like from RunOnceEx) then the default installation may be laying down the original files and you would need to re-patch with 911565.

If you install MP10 and THEN install 911565 then it should work. If there is a way to install MP10 during the base install (like an integration) then I'm interested in knowing how well that works. In the meantime, I am using RunOnceEx after all my base OS stuff is done so that after it logs in, I install several applications (including MP10 and the fix).

That being said, I did run into some problems with 911565 yesterday. It seems that the version of the file that I downloaded early yesterday was version 1.0.0.0, but later in the day, there was a version 1.1.0.0 that appeared. I had errors with the earlier version, but then re-downloaded the patch again and got the new version. I have a new simulation running right now with the new version, and I'll report my findings shortly.

David

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KB893357, KB896344, KB890046, KB906569 (including KB912812) all have this xpsp3res.dll file. are you sure you have none of it? same trick as with KB885835, just rename mrxsmb.sys to mrxsmb.sys.tmp and it will integrate fine. i have the english version of winxp sp2 though

Sorry for this long posting, but my current hfint.dat looks like this:

[FixesInstalled]

KB911562

KB908531

KB911567

KB913446

KB911927

KB912919

KB910437

KB896424

KB908519

KB905749

KB901017

KB900725

KB899589

KB902400

KB904706

KB905414

KB906569

KB893803v2

KB894391

KB896423

KB899587

KB899591

KB893756

KB901214

KB890046

KB896428

KB896422

KB896358

KB890859

KB887742

KB888113

KB888302

KB891781

KB873339

KB885836

KB886185

KB885250

KB885835

[bRANCHES]

KB911562=SP2GDR

KB908531=SP2GDR

KB911567=SP2GDR

KB913446=SP2GDR

KB911927=SP2GDR

KB912919=SP2GDR

KB910437=SP2GDR

KB896424=SP2GDR

KB908519=SP2GDR

KB905749=SP2GDR

KB901017=SP2GDR

KB900725=SP2GDR

KB899589=SP2GDR

KB902400=SP2GDR

KB904706=SP2GDR

KB905414=SP2GDR

KB906569=SP2QFE

KB894391=SP2GDR

KB896423=SP2GDR

KB899587=SP2GDR

KB899591=SP2GDR

KB893756=SP2GDR

KB901214=SP2GDR

KB890046=SP2QFE

KB896428=SP2GDR

KB896422=SP2GDR

KB896358=SP2GDR

KB890859=SP2GDR

KB887742=SP2GDR

KB888113=SP2GDR

KB888302=SP2GDR

KB891781=SP2GDR

KB873339=SP2GDR

KB885836=SP2GDR

KB886185=SP2GDR

KB885250=SP2GDR

KB885835=SP2GDR

[KB885835]

mrxsmb.sys

lsasrv.dll

rdbss.sys

[KB885250]

mrxsmb.sys

[KB886185]

ipnat.sys

[KB885836]

mswrd6.wpc

[KB873339]

hypertrm.dll

[KB891781]

dhtmled.ocx

[KB888302]

srvsvc.dll

[KB888113]

hlink.dll

[KB887742]

http.sys

[KB890859]

authz.dll

ntkrnlmp.exe

user32.dll

ntkrpamp.exe

ntoskrnl.exe

win32k.sys

winsrv.dll

ntkrnlpa.exe

[KB896358]

hhctrl.ocx

itss.dll

hhsetup.dll

itircl.dll

hh.exe

[KB896422]

srv.sys

[KB896428]

telnet.exe

[KB890046]

spru0407.dll

agentdpv.dll

[KB901214]

mscms.dll

icm32.dll

[KB893756]

remotesp.tsp

tapisrv.dll

[KB899591]

rdpwd.sys

[KB899587]

kerberos.dll

[KB896423]

spoolsv.exe

[KB894391]

ole32.dll

olecli32.dll

olecnv32.dll

rpcss.dll

[KB893803v2]

msimsg.dll

msisip.dll

msiexec.exe

msihnd.dll

msi.dll

[KB906569]

spru0407.dll

msconfig.exe

[KB905414]

netman.dll

[KB904706]

quartz.dll

[KB902400]

msdtcprx.dll

mtxoci.dll

txflog.dll

catsrv.dll

comrepl.dll

msdtcuiu.dll

olecnv32.dll

rpcss.dll

comadmin.dll

migregdb.exe

clbcatex.dll

ole32.dll

comuid.dll

comsvcs.dll

mtxclu.dll

olecli32.dll

catsrvut.dll

msdtctm.dll

xolehlp.dll

clbcatq.dll

colbact.dll

es.dll

[KB899589]

nwwks.dll

[KB900725]

shell32.dll

linkinfo.dll

winsrv.dll

shlwapi.dll

[KB901017]

cdosys.dll

[KB905749]

umpnpmgr.dll

[KB908519]

t2embed.dll

fontsub.dll

[KB896424]

gdi32.dll

win32k.sys

[KB910437]

esent.dll

[KB912919]

gdi32.dll

[KB911927]

webclnt.dll

[KB913446]

tcpip.sys

[KB911567]

inetcomm.dll

msoe.dll

wabimp.dll

wab32.dll

[KB908531]

shell32.dll

verclsid.exe

[KB911562]

msadco.dll

As i said, it´s just not there !

Edited by Frank31
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try renaming spru0407.dll in your hfint.dat. it seems that the english version uses xpsp3res.dll, while the german one uses spru0407.dll instead. let me know how it works

here is my english version of hfint.dat:

HFINT.txt

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try renaming spru0407.dll in your hfint.dat. it seems that the english version uses xpsp3res.dll, while the german one uses spru0407.dll instead. let me know how it works

here is my english version of hfint.dat:

[FixesInstalled]

WGA

KB894395

...

lang\imjputy.exe

[WGA]

LegitCheckControl.dll

Can I make a suggestion? How about instead of including long lists like this, put the list in a text file and add it as an attachment. It makes for easier reading. Just a thought.

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You are installing 911565 from your svcpack.inf, but when are you installing Media Player 10? ...

...If there is a way to install MP10 during the base install (like an integration) then I'm interested in knowing how well that works....

I install MP10 with this line as the first [setupHotfixesToRun] in svcpack.inf:

"MPSetup.exe /c:""setup_wm.exe /Q /R:N /DisallowSystemRestore"" /q:A"

and then I install KB911565 at a later stage in the same svcpack.inf.

Installing KB911565 during RunOnceEx after first reboot would work I guess, but I would like to avoid that if it is possible.

I'm just keeping an updated image of Windows, without installing any programs, only the OS with hotfixes, MP10 and .NET installed through svcpack.inf.

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