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HOTFIXES: Windows XP SP2 & Windows 2000 SP4


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Thanks SwedenXP! Actually, I've lost 10 pound working on my yard for 3 weeks!

Here is the list of updates for this month:

*** NEW ***

KB922616

KB921883

KB921398

KB920683

KB920670

KB920214

KB918899

KB917422

KB905474

*** UPDATED ***

KB890830

*** REMOVED ***

KB916281

KB888113

KB887742

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Download All Updates Below In One Zip Package

English Microsoft Windows XP SP2 x86 (32bit) August 8th, 2006 Updates Direct Links (Total of 9):

Security Update for Windows XP (KB921883):

Download KB921883

A security issue has been identified in the Server service that could allow an attacker to compromise your Windows-based system and gain control over it.

Security Update for Windows XP (KB922616):

Download KB922616

A security issue has been identified that could allow an attacker to remotely compromise your Windows-based system using a vulnerability in HTML Help and gain control over it.

Security Update for Outlook Express for Windows XP (KB920214):

Download KB920214

A security issue has been identified that could allow an attacker to remotely compromise your Windows-based system.

Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool - August 2006 (KB890830):

Download KB890830

After the download, this tool runs once to check your computer for infection by specific, prevalent malicious software (including Blaster, Sasser, and Mydoom) and helps to remove any infection found. If an infection is found, the tool will display a status report the next time you start your computer. A new version of the tool will be offered every month. If you want to manually run the tool on your computer, you can download a copy from the Microsoft Download Center or run an online version from microsoft.com. This tool is not a replacement for an anti-virus product. To help protect your computer, you should use an anti-virus product.

Cumulative Update for Internet Explorer for Windows XP Service Pack 2 (KB918899):

Download KB918899

Security issues have been identified that could allow an attacker to compromise a system running Microsoft Internet Explorer and gain control over it.

Security Update for Windows XP (KB917422):

Download KB917422

A security issue has been identified in the Windows Kernel that could allow an attacker to compromise your Windows-based system and gain control over it.

Security Update for Windows XP (KB920670):

Download KB920670

A security issue has been identified that could allow an attacker to compromise your Windows-based system and gain control over it.

Security Update for Windows XP (KB920683):

Download KB920683

A security issue has been identified in DNS Resolution that could allow an attacker to compromise your Windows-based system and gain control over it.

Security Update for Windows XP (KB921398):

Download KB921398

A security issue has been identified that could allow an attacker to compromise your Windows-based system and gain control over it.

English Microsoft Office 2003 SP2 x86 (32bit) August 8th, 2006 Updates Direct Links (Total of 3):

Update for InfoPath 2003 (KB920103):

Download KB920103

Microsoft has released an update for Microsoft Office InfoPath 2003. This update provides the latest fixes to InfoPath 2003. Additionally, this update contains stability and performance improvements.

Update for Outlook 2003 Junk Email Filter (KB920907):

Download KB920907

This update provides the Junk E-mail Filter in Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 with a more current definition of which e-mail messages should be considered junk e-mail.

Security Update for Office 2003 (KB921566):

Download KB921566

A security vulnerability exists in Microsoft Office 2003 that could allow arbitrary code to run when you open a maliciously modified Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2003 file. This update resolves that vulnerability.

Edited by war59312
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**** Microsoft ... here we go again for a full night of integration and testing.

Thanks for the direct links :)

EDIT : My small contribution, the new MRT code : 37949d24-63f1-4fdc-ad24-5dc3eb3ad265

Edited by Lucius Snow
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Perfect thanks for your work.

But for the KB905474, it's WGA and it's not new or updated, isn't it ? I havn't found kb905474 myself ...

The thing is that Microsoft decided that WGA is a critical update and is now showing on Windows update.

Edited by Incroyable HULK
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:blink: Puuuh - this is a though job - I´m glad that You want to do it :whistle:

I don´t even know when SP3 will be released - but my guess is 93.

/ SwedenXP B)

ps. this might be a good time for a "these are the necessary updates uptil now" - or?

Edited by SwedenXP
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Beware that all the hotfixes will not be included in the SP3 because they will a few months behind developing/finalising the new service pack. Therefore, more update will be needed after intergrating SP3 installing it from the CD. It would be nice to include all the the software from MS site into SP3.

Never install SP3 after installing Windows because of the registry and conflction of file version :realmad: . Just intergrade into the CD reformat the system and re-install it again. :thumbup I will waiting for admin SP3 version of Windows XP :whistle:

Here are my August 2006 Updates Logs from MS site 3 hours of downloading with my laptop

SP3 should be out on second semester 2007.
Edited by Walchinc
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Actually, there was a decent gap of time between when SP2 was released and the first hotfixes for it started showing up.

Also, don't forget that many fixes are being coded and tested many months prior to release. It's not much of a stretch to assume that updates being tested for future release are being included in betas of the SP as well.

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International Unattended Source Incremental Update Batch File

Manual task (still): Remove sections and entries in HFINT.dat that references KB916281, KB888113 and KB887742

svcpack.bat

@ECHO OFF
REM Actualiza una instalacion desatendida de WinXP

SET XPCD=E:\Adopciones\Parches\WinXP\WinXP\
SET XPCDBackup=E:\Adopciones\Parches\WinXP\SP2\WinXP\
SET Language=ESN

SETLOCAL ENABLEEXTENSIONS ENABLEDELAYEDEXPANSION

REM 2006 Ago 9
CALL :Remove KB916281.exe KB916281.cat KB888113.exe KB888113.cat KB887742.exe KB887742.cat
start /w WindowsXP-KB921398-x86-%Language%.exe /quiet /integrate:%XPCD%
CALL :Compress shell32.dll
CALL :Remove KB921398.exe
start /w WindowsXP-KB922616-x86-%Language%.exe /quiet /integrate:%XPCD%
CALL :Compress hhctrl.ocx
CALL :Remove KB922616.exe
start /w WindowsXP-KB921883-x86-%Language%.exe /quiet /integrate:%XPCD%
CALL :Compress netapi32.dll
CALL :Remove KB921883.exe
start /w WindowsXP-KB918899-x86-%Language%.exe /quiet /integrate:%XPCD%
CALL :Compress browseui.dll cdfview.dll danim.dll dxtmsft.dll dxtrans.dll extmgr.dll iedw.exe iepeers.dll inseng.dll jsproxy.dll mshtml.dll mshtmled.dll msrating.dll mstime.dll pngfilt.dll shdocvw.dll shlwapi.dll spru0c0a.dll urlmon.dll wininet.dll
CALL :Remove KB918899.exe
start /w WindowsXP-KB920683-x86-%Language%.exe /quiet /integrate:%XPCD%
CALL :Compress dnsapi.dll rasadhlp.dll
CALL :Remove KB920683.exe
start /w WindowsXP-KB917422-x86-%Language%.exe /quiet /integrate:%XPCD%
CALL :Compress kernel32.dll
CALL :Remove KB917422.exe
start /w WindowsXP-KB920670-x86-%Language%.exe /quiet /integrate:%XPCD%
CALL :Compress hlink.dll
CALL :Remove KB920670.exe
start /w WindowsXP-KB920214-x86-%Language%.exe /quiet /integrate:%XPCD%
CALL :Compress inetcomm.dll
CALL :Remove KB920214.exe

SET XPCD=
SET XPCDBackup=
SET Language=
goto :EOF

:Compress
FOR %%I IN (%*) DO IF EXIST %XPCD%I386\%%I (ECHO Compressing %%I...
%systemroot%\system32\makecab.exe /D CompressionMemory=21 /D CompressionType=LZX /L %XPCD%I386 %XPCD%I386\%%I >nul
MOVE /Y %XPCD%I386\%%I %XPCDBackup%I386\)
GOTO :EOF

:Remove
FOR %%I IN (%*) DO IF EXIST %XPCD%I386\svcpack\%%I (
MOVE /Y %XPCD%I386\svcpack\%%I %XPCDBackup%I386\svcpack
CALL :DELLINE %%I svcpack inf %XPCD%I386\
)
GOTO :EOF

:DELLINE
REM Borra la(s) linea(s) que contiene(n) la cadena %1 en el nombre de archivo %2 y extensión %3
REM Opcionalmente se puede especificar una ruta %4
ECHO Elimino de %2.%3:
FOR /F "TOKENS=1,* DELIMS==:" %%I IN ('FINDSTR /N %1 %4%2.%3') DO ECHO %%I:%%J&ECHO %%J>>%XPCDBackup%I386\%2.log
ECHO.
IF EXIST %4%2.old DEL/Q/F %4%2.old
REN %4%2.%3 %2.old
FINDSTR /V %1 %4%2.old>%4%2.%3
GOTO :EOF

Registry entries to get KB918899 to work ([strings] Spanish localized): KB918899.inf

Instructions (safe to skip if you know what you are doing):

  • Set source path in batch file
    SET XPCD=[your Unatteded Source path]


  • Set backup path in batch file
    SET XPCDBackup=[your Unatteded Backup path where files modified in Source path are moved]


  • Redundant explanation:
    SET Language=[3 letters corresponding to your Source language]


  • Option to coment out this line if you will not apply registry entries during setup:
    REM CALL :Remove KB918899.exe


  • Save batch file as svcpack.bat
  • Remove sections and entries in HFINT.dat that references KB916281, KB888113 and KB887742
  • Run svcpack.bat
  • Add registry entries to run anytime during your unnatended setup:
    %11%\rundll32.exe setupapi,InstallHinfSection DefaultInstall 128 KB918899.inf


Test reports, sugestions and instructions on how to delete an entire HFINT.dat section within a batch are welcome.

Changelog:

  • 20060810 - Added option to keep disruptive KB*.exe instead of apply "mandatory" registry entries. Thanks to RyanVM for the sugestion.

Edited by Nilfred
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