[DISCONTINUED] RVM Update Pack 2.1.11 Update Addon

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[DISCONTINUED] RVM Update Pack 2.1.11 Update Addon

Post by MrNxDmX » Thu Jun 28, 2007 3:14 pm

This addon will update "RyanVM Update Pack 2.1.11" with new hotfixes M$ released.
Only for use at same time with the RVM Update Pack v2.1.11 integration.
Do not use without the update pack, it wont make its job by itself.
Addon is tested in vmware and confirmed OK. Not tested on a live machine.

Includes following: KB923845, KB932716, KB933062, KB933811, RootCertificates dated 26/06/2007

Download Here: NR_UpdateAddon_v1.1.7z
Rapidshare Mirror: http://rapidshare.com/files/40517926/NR ... .1.7z.html
Size: 872 KB / MD5: 2224019E956D05B10FC5C576197B258C

Changelog:
2007-July-02 v1.1: updated with 4 fixes published on June 26.
2007-June-28 v1.0: First release.
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Post by motofan » Thu Jun 28, 2007 3:27 pm

hmm...integrating last just 5 sec (with Integrator)? is it ok?

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Post by MrNxDmX » Thu Jun 28, 2007 3:43 pm

Yep its ok, contains only root certificate update. Its only 230kb.
5 sec is a little slow (LOL - just kidding)

I'll update this with 4 other fixe4s that ms publicly released when i find more time.

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Post by motofan » Thu Jun 28, 2007 4:17 pm

what's happening with new hotfix for Core2Duo procs?...
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=936357

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Post by MrNxDmX » Thu Jun 28, 2007 6:07 pm

Its already in the Ryans update pack. Whats wrong with it :?:

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Post by banditnich » Fri Jun 29, 2007 3:00 am

MrNxDmX wrote:I'll update this with 4 other fixe4s that ms publicly released when i find more time.
Should I wait for the other 4 fixes or you plan to separate the files to download MrNxDmX?

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Post by motofan » Fri Jun 29, 2007 3:13 am

MrNxDmX wrote:Its already in the Ryans update pack. Whats wrong with it :?:
nothing...just wanted to know if it was integrated already... :D

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Post by skinnyJM » Fri Jun 29, 2007 12:21 pm

motofan wrote:
MrNxDmX wrote:Its already in the Ryans update pack. Whats wrong with it :?:
nothing...just wanted to know if it was integrated already... :D
No offense, but it says here http://www.ryanvm.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=4905 and here http://www.ryanvm.net/msfn/updatepack.html that it is already included in the update pack.

Now back to thread topic.
@MrNxDmX - Thanks for working on this, I imagine this type of update addon will become more common while Ryan is busy with his "day job" :) the next couple of months or so. The updates released on Jun 26 are fairly significant, so thanks again.

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Post by armond » Fri Jun 29, 2007 6:31 pm

Thanks very much man!!
What about adding KB923845 and KB932716 to it?
Again, Your work is very appreciated! Thank you!

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Post by Protagonist. » Sat Jun 30, 2007 2:45 am

Great work!

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Post by code65536 » Sun Jul 01, 2007 5:54 pm

Edit: My alternative update is now in a thread of its own...
http://www.ryanvm.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=4955
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Post by code65536 » Sun Jul 01, 2007 7:35 pm

obsolete post
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Post by avneet25 » Sun Jul 01, 2007 10:08 pm

code65536 wrote:Here's an update addon with all four of the June 26 hotfixes and the cert update:

RUPUpdates-2.1.11.1-Addon.7z : Download - Mirror
MD5: 5062dd50ed2f512415ae40b4aa2eeb26
Size: 837.8 KiB

Notes:
1/ KB932716's "update_SP2QFE.inf" does the COM registration for the IMAPI2 libraries manually. My update does the registration using a DllRegisterServer call (i.e., RegisterDlls in the INF). Same results, except cleaner and less prone to error.
2/ I have not fully tested this yet. It integrates okay. It installs okay in my VPC. It passes QFECheck okay. I can't find any glaring errors jumping out at me after the test install, and that's the extent of the testing that I have done (and will do :P). So no, I have not tested functionality.
3/ Since Ryan is going to be on hiatus for a while, I guess there will be more of these "update of updates" coming from various people in the near future, especially since Patch Tuesday is just a bit over a week away. So if anyone thinks highly enough of this update that they wish to base their own "update of updates" on this, please feel free to do so.
anyone tested this.. is this working

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Post by MrNxDmX » Sun Jul 01, 2007 10:31 pm

Let me finish my last test. Then I'll update mine.

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Post by code65536 » Sun Jul 01, 2007 11:17 pm

Updated my add-on to fix that minor problem with the RVM Integrator.
My addons: CmdOpen - HashCheck - Notepad2 - MS Runtimes - DirectX

Into the breach, meatbags!

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Post by MrNxDmX » Sun Jul 01, 2007 11:57 pm

Updated addon in first post with 4 fixes ms released on 26th June.

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Post by nonno fabio » Mon Jul 02, 2007 8:34 am

great work, MrNxDmx, thanks.

Question: I noticed you added only a few registry lines in the inf compared to those contained in hotfix 923845:
is there a particular reason?

[KB923845.AddReg MrNxDmx mod]
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HKCR,"CLSID\{03ca98d6-ff5d-49b8-abc6-03dd84127020}","AppID",0,"{69AD4AEE-51BE-439b-A92C-86AE490E8B30}"
HKCR,"CLSID\{03ca98d6-ff5d-49b8-abc6-03dd84127020}",,0,"Background Intelligent Transfer Control Class 2.5"
HKCR,"CLSID\{f1bd1079-9f01-4bdc-8036-f09b70095066}",,0,"PSFactoryBuffer"
HKCR,"CLSID\{f1bd1079-9f01-4bdc-8036-f09b70095066}\InProcServer32",,0,"%11%\bitsprx4.dll"
HKCR,"CLSID\{f1bd1079-9f01-4bdc-8036-f09b70095066}\InProcServer32","ThreadingModel",0,"Both"
HKCR,"Interface\{f1bd1079-9f01-4bdc-8036-f09b70095066}",,0,"IBackgroundCopyJobHttpOptions"
HKCR,"Interface\{f1bd1079-9f01-4bdc-8036-f09b70095066}\NumMethods",,0,"11"
HKCR,"Interface\{f1bd1079-9f01-4bdc-8036-f09b70095066}\ProxyStubClsid32",,0,"{f1bd1079-9f01-4bdc-8036-f09b70095066}"
HKLM,"SOFTWARE\Classes\CLSID\{03ca98d6-ff5d-49b8-abc6-03dd84127020}","AppID",0,"{69AD4AEE-51BE-439b-A92C-86AE490E8B30}"
HKLM,"SOFTWARE\Classes\CLSID\{03ca98d6-ff5d-49b8-abc6-03dd84127020}",,0,"Background Intelligent Transfer Control Class 2.5"
HKLM,"SOFTWARE\Classes\CLSID\{f1bd1079-9f01-4bdc-8036-f09b70095066}",,0,"PSFactoryBuffer"
HKLM,"SOFTWARE\Classes\CLSID\{f1bd1079-9f01-4bdc-8036-f09b70095066}\InProcServer32",,0,"%11%\bitsprx4.dll"
HKLM,"SOFTWARE\Classes\CLSID\{f1bd1079-9f01-4bdc-8036-f09b70095066}\InProcServer32","ThreadingModel",0,"Both"
HKLM,"SOFTWARE\Classes\Interface\{f1bd1079-9f01-4bdc-8036-f09b70095066}",,0,"IBackgroundCopyJobHttpOptions"
HKLM,"SOFTWARE\Classes\Interface\{f1bd1079-9f01-4bdc-8036-f09b70095066}\NumMethods",,0,"11"
HKLM,"SOFTWARE\Classes\Interface\{f1bd1079-9f01-4bdc-8036-f09b70095066}\ProxyStubClsid32",,0,"{f1bd1079-9f01-4bdc-8036-f09b70095066}"


[KB923845.AddReg original microsoft]
HKLM,"SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\EventLog\System\BITS","TypesSupported", 0x00010001, 0x7
HKLM,"SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\EventLog\System\BITS","CategoryCount", 0x00010001, 1
HKLM,"SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\EventLog\System\BITS","CategoryMessageFile",0x00020000,"%systemroot%\system32\xpob2res.dll"
HKLM,"SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\EventLog\System\BITS","EventMessageFile",0x00020000,"%systemroot%\system32\xpob2res.dll"
HKLM,"Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Svchost","netsvcs",0x00010008,"BITS"
HKCR,"AppID\{69AD4AEE-51BE-439b-A92C-86AE490E8B30}","LaunchPermission",0x00000001, 01,00,04,80,70,00,00,00,8c,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,14,00,00,00,02,00,5c,00,04,00,00,00,00,00,18,00,01,00,00,00,01,02,00,00,00,00,00,05,20,00,00,00,20,02,00,00,00,00,1\
4,00,01,00,00,00,01,01,00,00,00,00,00,05,04,00,00,00,00,00,14,00,01,00,00,00,01,01,00,00,00,00,00,05,06,00,00,00,00,00,14,00,01,00,00,00,01,01,00,00,00,00,00,05,12,00,00,00,01,05,00,00,00,00,00,05,15,00,00,00,a0,5f,84,1f,5e,2e,6b,49,ce,12,03,03,f4,01\
,00,00,01,05,00,00,00,00,00,05,15,00,00,00,a0,5f,84,1f,5e,2e,6b,49,ce,12,03,03,f4,01,00,00
HKCR,"CLSID\{03ca98d6-ff5d-49b8-abc6-03dd84127020}",,0x00000002,"Background Intelligent Transfer Control Class 2.5"
HKCR,"CLSID\{03ca98d6-ff5d-49b8-abc6-03dd84127020}","AppID",0x00000002,"{69AD4AEE-51BE-439b-A92C-86AE490E8B30}"
HKCR,"CLSID\{6d18ad12-bde3-4393-b311-099c346e6df9}",,0x00000002,"Background Intelligent Transfer Control Class 2.0"
HKCR,"CLSID\{6d18ad12-bde3-4393-b311-099c346e6df9}","AppID",0x00000002,"{69AD4AEE-51BE-439b-A92C-86AE490E8B30}"
HKCR,"CLSID\{F087771F-D74F-4C1A-BB8A-E16ACA9124EA}",,0x00000002,"Background Intelligent Transfer Control Class 1.5"
HKCR,"CLSID\{F087771F-D74F-4C1A-BB8A-E16ACA9124EA}","AppID",0x00000002,"{69AD4AEE-51BE-439b-A92C-86AE490E8B30}"
HKCR,"CLSID\{4991d34b-80a1-4291-83b6-3328366b9097}",,0x00000002,"Background Intelligent Transfer Control Class 1.0"
HKCR,"CLSID\{4991d34b-80a1-4291-83b6-3328366b9097}","AppID",0x00000002,"{69AD4AEE-51BE-439b-A92C-86AE490E8B30}"
HKCR,"CLSID\{69AD4AEE-51BE-439b-A92C-86AE490E8B30}",,0x00000002,"Legacy Background Intelligent Transfer Control Class"
HKCR,"CLSID\{69AD4AEE-51BE-439b-A92C-86AE490E8B30}","AppID",0x00000002,"{69AD4AEE-51BE-439b-A92C-86AE490E8B30}"
HKCR,"AppID\{69AD4AEE-51BE-439b-A92C-86AE490E8B30}",,0x00000002,"Background Intelligent Transfer Service"
HKCR,"AppID\{69AD4AEE-51BE-439b-A92C-86AE490E8B30}","LocalService",0x00000002,"BITS"
HKCR,"AppID\BITS","AppID",0x00000000,"{69AD4AEE-51BE-439b-A92C-86AE490E8B30}"
HKLM,"Software\Classes\CLSID\{5CE34C0D-0DC9-4C1F-897C-DAA1B78CEE7C}",,0x00000002,"PSFactoryBuffer"
HKLM,"Software\Classes\CLSID\{5CE34C0D-0DC9-4C1F-897C-DAA1B78CEE7C}\InProcServer32",,0x00000002,"%11%\qmgrprxy.dll"
HKLM,"Software\Classes\CLSID\{5CE34C0D-0DC9-4C1F-897C-DAA1B78CEE7C}\InProcServer32","ThreadingModel",0x00000002,"Both"
HKLM,"Software\Classes\Interface\{5CE34C0D-0DC9-4C1F-897C-DAA1B78CEE7C}",,0x00000002,"IBackgroundCopyManager"
HKLM,"Software\Classes\Interface\{5CE34C0D-0DC9-4C1F-897C-DAA1B78CEE7C}\NumMethods",,0x00000002,"7"
HKLM,"Software\Classes\Interface\{5CE34C0D-0DC9-4C1F-897C-DAA1B78CEE7C}\ProxyStubClsid32",,0x00000002,"{5CE34C0D-0DC9-4C1F-897C-DAA1B78CEE7C}"
HKLM,"Software\Classes\Interface\{1AF4F612-3B71-466F-8F58-7B6F73AC57AD}",,0x00000002,"IEnumBackgroundCopyJobs"
HKLM,"Software\Classes\Interface\{1AF4F612-3B71-466F-8F58-7B6F73AC57AD}\NumMethods",,0x00000002,"8"
HKLM,"Software\Classes\Interface\{1AF4F612-3B71-466F-8F58-7B6F73AC57AD}\ProxyStubClsid32",,0x00000002,"{5CE34C0D-0DC9-4C1F-897C-DAA1B78CEE7C}"
HKLM,"Software\Classes\Interface\{01B7BD23-FB88-4A77-8490-5891D3E4653A}",,0x00000002,"IBackgroundCopyFile"
HKLM,"Software\Classes\Interface\{01B7BD23-FB88-4A77-8490-5891D3E4653A}\NumMethods",,0x00000002,"6"
HKLM,"Software\Classes\Interface\{01B7BD23-FB88-4A77-8490-5891D3E4653A}\ProxyStubClsid32",,0x00000002,"{5CE34C0D-0DC9-4C1F-897C-DAA1B78CEE7C}"
HKLM,"Software\Classes\Interface\{37668D37-507E-4160-9316-26306D150B12}",,0x00000002,"IBackgroundCopyJob"
HKLM,"Software\Classes\Interface\{37668D37-507E-4160-9316-26306D150B12}\NumMethods",,0x00000002,"35"
HKLM,"Software\Classes\Interface\{37668D37-507E-4160-9316-26306D150B12}\ProxyStubClsid32",,0x00000002,"{5CE34C0D-0DC9-4C1F-897C-DAA1B78CEE7C}"
HKLM,"Software\Classes\Interface\{CA51E165-C365-424C-8D41-24AAA4FF3C40}",,0x00000002,"IEnumBackgroundCopyFiles"
HKLM,"Software\Classes\Interface\{CA51E165-C365-424C-8D41-24AAA4FF3C40}\NumMethods",,0x00000002,"8"
HKLM,"Software\Classes\Interface\{CA51E165-C365-424C-8D41-24AAA4FF3C40}\ProxyStubClsid32",,0x00000002,"{5CE34C0D-0DC9-4C1F-897C-DAA1B78CEE7C}"
HKLM,"Software\Classes\Interface\{19C613A0-FCB8-4F28-81AE-897C3D078F81}",,0x00000002,"IBackgroundCopyError"
HKLM,"Software\Classes\Interface\{19C613A0-FCB8-4F28-81AE-897C3D078F81}\NumMethods",,0x00000002,"8"
HKLM,"Software\Classes\Interface\{19C613A0-FCB8-4F28-81AE-897C3D078F81}\ProxyStubClsid32",,0x00000002,"{5CE34C0D-0DC9-4C1F-897C-DAA1B78CEE7C}"
HKLM,"Software\Classes\Interface\{97EA99C7-0186-4AD4-8DF9-C5B4E0ED6B22}",,0x00000002,"IBackgroundCopyCallback"
HKLM,"Software\Classes\Interface\{97EA99C7-0186-4AD4-8DF9-C5B4E0ED6B22}\AsynchronousInterface",,0x00000002,"{CA29D251-B4BB-4679-A3D9-AE8006119D54}"
HKLM,"Software\Classes\Interface\{97EA99C7-0186-4AD4-8DF9-C5B4E0ED6B22}\NumMethods",,0x00000002,"6"
HKLM,"Software\Classes\Interface\{97EA99C7-0186-4AD4-8DF9-C5B4E0ED6B22}\ProxyStubClsid32",,0x00000002,"{5CE34C0D-0DC9-4C1F-897C-DAA1B78CEE7C}"
HKLM,"Software\Classes\Interface\{CA29D251-B4BB-4679-A3D9-AE8006119D54}",,0x00000002,"AsyncIBackgroundCopyCallback"
HKLM,"Software\Classes\Interface\{CA29D251-B4BB-4679-A3D9-AE8006119D54}\NumMethods",,0x00000002,"9"
HKLM,"Software\Classes\Interface\{CA29D251-B4BB-4679-A3D9-AE8006119D54}\SynchronousInterface",,0x00000002,"{97EA99C7-0186-4AD4-8DF9-C5B4E0ED6B22}"
HKLM,"Software\Classes\Interface\{D993E603-4AA4-47C5-8665-C20D39C2BA4F}",,0x00000002,"IEnumBackgroundCopyGroups"
HKLM,"Software\Classes\Interface\{D993E603-4AA4-47C5-8665-C20D39C2BA4F}\NumMethods",,0x00000002,"8"
HKLM,"Software\Classes\Interface\{D993E603-4AA4-47C5-8665-C20D39C2BA4F}\ProxyStubClsid32",,0x00000002,"{5CE34C0D-0DC9-4C1F-897C-DAA1B78CEE7C}"
HKLM,"Software\Classes\Interface\{59F5553C-2031-4629-BB18-2645A6970947}",,0x00000002,"IBackgroundCopyJob1"
HKLM,"Software\Classes\Interface\{59F5553C-2031-4629-BB18-2645A6970947}\NumMethods",,0x00000002,"11"
HKLM,"Software\Classes\Interface\{59F5553C-2031-4629-BB18-2645A6970947}\ProxyStubClsid32",,0x00000002,"{5CE34C0D-0DC9-4C1F-897C-DAA1B78CEE7C}"
HKLM,"Software\Classes\Interface\{16F41C69-09F5-41D2-8CD8-3C08C47BC8A8}",,0x00000002,"IBackgroundCopyQMgr"
HKLM,"Software\Classes\Interface\{16F41C69-09F5-41D2-8CD8-3C08C47BC8A8}\NumMethods",,0x00000002,"6"
HKLM,"Software\Classes\Interface\{16F41C69-09F5-41D2-8CD8-3C08C47BC8A8}\ProxyStubClsid32",,0x00000002,"{5CE34C0D-0DC9-4C1F-897C-DAA1B78CEE7C}"
HKLM,"Software\Classes\Interface\{084F6593-3800-4E08-9B59-99FA59ADDF82}",,0x00000002,"IBackgroundCopyCallback1"
HKLM,"Software\Classes\Interface\{084F6593-3800-4E08-9B59-99FA59ADDF82}\NumMethods",,0x00000002,"6"
HKLM,"Software\Classes\Interface\{084F6593-3800-4E08-9B59-99FA59ADDF82}\ProxyStubClsid32",,0x00000002,"{5CE34C0D-0DC9-4C1F-897C-DAA1B78CEE7C}"
HKLM,"Software\Classes\Interface\{8BAEBA9D-8F1C-42C4-B82C-09AE79980D25}",,0x00000002,"IEnumBackgroundCopyJobs1"
HKLM,"Software\Classes\Interface\{8BAEBA9D-8F1C-42C4-B82C-09AE79980D25}\NumMethods",,0x00000002,"8"
HKLM,"Software\Classes\Interface\{8BAEBA9D-8F1C-42C4-B82C-09AE79980D25}\ProxyStubClsid32",,0x00000002,"{5CE34C0D-0DC9-4C1F-897C-DAA1B78CEE7C}"
HKLM,"Software\Classes\Interface\{1DED80A7-53EA-424F-8A04-17FEA9ADC4F5}",,0x00000002,"IBackgroundCopyGroup"
HKLM,"Software\Classes\Interface\{1DED80A7-53EA-424F-8A04-17FEA9ADC4F5}\NumMethods",,0x00000002,"18"
HKLM,"Software\Classes\Interface\{1DED80A7-53EA-424F-8A04-17FEA9ADC4F5}\ProxyStubClsid32",,0x00000002,"{5CE34C0D-0DC9-4C1F-897C-DAA1B78CEE7C}"
HKCR,CLSID\{54B50739-686F-45EB-9DFF-D6A9A0FAA9AF},,0x00000002,"PSFactoryBuffer"
HKCR,CLSID\{54B50739-686F-45EB-9DFF-D6A9A0FAA9AF}\InProcServer32,"ThreadingModel",0x00000002,"Both"
HKCR,CLSID\{54B50739-686F-45EB-9DFF-D6A9A0FAA9AF}\InProcServer32,,0x00000002,"%11%\bitsprx2.dll"
HKCR,Interface\{51A183DB-67E0-4472-8602-3DBC730B7EF5},,0x00000002,"IBitsTest1"
HKCR,Interface\{51A183DB-67E0-4472-8602-3DBC730B7EF5}\NumMethods,,0x00000002,"4"
HKCR,Interface\{51A183DB-67E0-4472-8602-3DBC730B7EF5}\ProxyStubClsid32,,0x00000002,"{54B50739-686F-45EB-9DFF-D6A9A0FAA9AF}"
HKCR,Interface\{54B50739-686F-45EB-9DFF-D6A9A0FAA9AF},,0x00000002,"IBackgroundCopyJob2"
HKCR,Interface\{54B50739-686F-45EB-9DFF-D6A9A0FAA9AF}\NumMethods,,0x00000002,"43"
HKCR,Interface\{54B50739-686F-45EB-9DFF-D6A9A0FAA9AF}\ProxyStubClsid32,,0x00000002,"{54B50739-686F-45EB-9DFF-D6A9A0FAA9AF}"
HKCR,CLSID\{443C8934-90FF-48ED-BCDE-26F5C7450042},,0x00000002,"PSFactoryBuffer"
HKCR,CLSID\{443C8934-90FF-48ED-BCDE-26F5C7450042}\InProcServer32,"ThreadingModel",0x00000002,"Both"
HKCR,CLSID\{443C8934-90FF-48ED-BCDE-26F5C7450042}\InProcServer32,,0x00000002,"%11%\bitsprx3.dll"
HKCR,Interface\{443C8934-90FF-48ED-BCDE-26F5C7450042},,0x00000002,"IBackgroundCopyJob3"
HKCR,Interface\{443C8934-90FF-48ED-BCDE-26F5C7450042}\NumMethods,,0x00000002,"47"
HKCR,Interface\{443C8934-90FF-48ED-BCDE-26F5C7450042}\ProxyStubClsid32,,0x00000002,"{443C8934-90FF-48ED-BCDE-26F5C7450042}"
HKCR,Interface\{83E81B93-0873-474D-8A8C-F2018B1A939C},,0x00000002,"IBackgroundCopyFile2"
HKCR,Interface\{83E81B93-0873-474D-8A8C-F2018B1A939C}\NumMethods,,0x00000002,"8"
HKCR,Interface\{83E81B93-0873-474D-8A8C-F2018B1A939C}\ProxyStubClsid32,,0x00000002,"{443C8934-90FF-48ED-BCDE-26F5C7450042}"
HKCR,CLSID\{f1bd1079-9f01-4bdc-8036-f09b70095066},,0x00000002,"PSFactoryBuffer"
HKCR,CLSID\{f1bd1079-9f01-4bdc-8036-f09b70095066}\InProcServer32,"ThreadingModel",0x00000002,"Both"
HKCR,CLSID\{f1bd1079-9f01-4bdc-8036-f09b70095066}\InProcServer32,,0x00000002,"%11%\bitsprx4.dll"
HKCR,Interface\{f1bd1079-9f01-4bdc-8036-f09b70095066},,0x00000002,"IBackgroundCopyJobHttpOptions"
HKCR,Interface\{f1bd1079-9f01-4bdc-8036-f09b70095066}\NumMethods,,0x00000002,"11"
HKCR,Interface\{f1bd1079-9f01-4bdc-8036-f09b70095066}\ProxyStubClsid32,,0x00000002,"{f1bd1079-9f01-4bdc-8036-f09b70095066}"
HKLM,"SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Setup", "LogLevel", 0x10001, 0

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Post by OuTman » Mon Jul 02, 2007 12:07 pm

code65536, when comparing your RVMUPUp.inf with MrNxDmX's one, I noticed this:
[KB933811.AddReg]
(...)
HKLM,"%SP3UPDATES%\KB933811","InstalledDate",0,"%VERSION%"
HKLM,"%SP3UPDATES%\KB933811","Type",0,"Update"
HKLM,"%SP3UPDATES%\KB933062\Filelist\0","BuildCheckSum",0,"71687"
HKLM,"%SP3UPDATES%\KB933062\Filelist\0","BuildDate",0,"Thu Mar 08 09:20:51 2007"
HKLM,"%SP3UPDATES%\KB933062\Filelist\0","FileName",0,"jscript.dll"
HKLM,"%SP3UPDATES%\KB933062\Filelist\0","Location",0,"%11%"
HKLM,"%SP3UPDATES%\KB933062\Filelist\0","Version",0,"5.6.0.8833"
HKLM,"%HFREGPATH%\KB933811","Backup Dir",0,""
HKLM,"%HFREGPATH%\KB933811","Comments",0,"%UPDATE% (KB933811)"
(...)
is it erroneous?

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Post by code65536 » Mon Jul 02, 2007 12:16 pm

OuTman wrote:code65536, when comparing your RVMUPUp.inf with MrNxDmX's one, I noticed this:
Oops. :oops: Thanks. Fixed.

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Post by MrNxDmX » Mon Jul 02, 2007 7:44 pm

After installing that hotfix in my test system, only those entries were added in windows. I reinstalled all hotfixes in new system, that created with new addon, for checking and everything was ok.
There is no reason that i didnt add those entries but this :wink:

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Post by RickSteele » Tue Jul 03, 2007 1:38 am

MrNxDmX,

The July 1 addon works perfectly, real fresh install; no issues whatsoever, fantastic-thanks very much

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Post by nonno fabio » Fri Jul 06, 2007 6:21 am

MrNxDmx, I noticed in your entries.ini file that "qmgr.dll" is referenced in [txtsetup_files] but not in [dosnet_files]. Disregard this post if that is normal.
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Post by yumeyao » Fri Jul 06, 2007 7:13 am

no, this file now needs two copies, but only one copy in original XP install CD.
so i think he modified its entry to 100,,,,,,,3,3, then use inf file to copy it.

Also i use this method in a pack my friend needed 2 days ago.


i can't make sure if he uses this method because i haven't downloaded his pack yet. first link is bad because a limit of Ryan's server. second link is rapidshare, and these days rapidshare always gives me trouble in connecting... :cry:
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Post by nonno fabio » Fri Jul 06, 2007 9:08 am

here is entries.ini
http://uploaded.de/?id=ltvxmd

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Post by code65536 » Fri Jul 06, 2007 9:10 am

yumeyao wrote:no, this file now needs two copies, but only one copy in original XP install CD.
I don't think that the "bits" directory is even needed. I debated for a little bit over whether or not I should leave a copy of qmgr.dll in the "bits" directory, and in the end, I had decided not to. This is a list of the things that I found out while investigating this issue, and the reasons why I came to the conclusion that it's not needed:

1) If you look at the standalone installer for BITS 2.0, it also installs a copy of qmgr.dll to the "bits" directory. Same with a BITS 1.5 installer. However, an official XPSP2 install CD that has BITS 2.0 built-in doesn't leave a copy of qmgr.dll in the "bits" directory. Same version of BITS: standalone installer leaves extra copy in "bits", official XPSP2 CD from Microsoft doesn't. So leaving a copy in the "bits" directory is something that previous BITS installers did (and is thus not new to 2.5), but a "bits" directory was never created if using an official Microsoft install CD, and this is true for RTM (BITS 1.0) and SP2 (BITS 2.0) (don't have an official SP1 CD to check, but I suspect that it'd be the same as RTM/SP2 in that it doesn't use the "bits" directory).

2) The BITS service explicitly uses system32\qmgr.dll, not system32\bits\qmgr.dll. There is never any reference anywhere to the use of a copy of qmgr in the "bits" directory. I've never seen the copy of the "bits" directory ever be loaded, although I do see the system32 copy being loaded.

3) BITS 2.5 works just fine without a copy in the "bits" directory.

4) In the BITS 1.5 installer, the installer's INF refers to the qmgr.dll that it copies into the "bits" directory as an "extra" copy. Additionally, there are other non-essential files, like a readme, an EULA, and an uninstaller that get copied to the "bits" directory. This makes me suspect that the "bits" directory serves the purpose of some sort of backup/miscellaneous directory that is created if someone installed it separately from the OS, but that is not necessary.

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Post by MrNxDmX » Fri Jul 06, 2007 8:12 pm

nonno fabio wrote:MrNxDmx, I noticed in your entries.ini file that "qmgr.dll" is referenced in [txtsetup_files] but not in [dosnet_files]. Disregard this post if that is normal.
Yep its by creation. KB923845 installs it to that folder.

And, i'm not an windows xp expert but the hotfix KB923845 installs qmgr.dll to bits folder, thats why i've added those lines. As I'm trying to make our xp disc's to look like hotfix installed, i dont think i added un-needed files or entries...
But thanks for your post code65536. You've informed us a bit about qmgr.dll file and bits folder.

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Post by project51 » Mon Jul 23, 2007 10:34 am

This should be in sticky. I didn't know this exists. Thank you. :P

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Post by striker80 » Mon Jul 23, 2007 10:53 am

Thanks! I'll put this to good use. I added it a few days ago, and everything is working fine.

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