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Windows 7: dism: which updates to include *between* KB3020369 & KB3125574?

1 Week Ago   #1
7point5

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dism: which updates to include *between* KB3020369 & KB3125574?

question's in the title ^^ basically when slipstreaming updates into a win7sp1 iso it is said that service stack update (KB3020369) must be dism-ed first, and then the big rollup update (KB3125574) dism-ed next ---------------------------------------------- I PRESUME there's no important update predating the service stack update that needs to be added, right? ----------------------------------------------- so assuming this, what important updates (security & bugs) between the service stack & the rollup need to be included? --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ps. forgive the -------- dashes but the forum's severely bugged & doesn't even recognize return-line characters lol (and to make matters worse it cancels multiple consecutive space characters) so that's the only way to separate paragraphs


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1 Week Ago   #2
TomF

7 Pro 64
 
 

I didn't have any problem using dism to add 150 updates into a Win7SP1 iso in numerical order ... which meant that 3020369 was somewhere in the middle. Subsequent install was fast and problem-freee. If you have install.wim mounted at c:\wim, then this command will show which patches are installed, and that most of the 150 are pending:

Code:
dism /image:c:\wim /get-packages /format:table
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