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Windows 7: How to re-deploy Windows updates via command-line

30 Sep 2016   #1

Windows 7 Professional x64
How to re-deploy Windows updates via command-line

As You know July rollup is re-released in September ( My question is how to re-deploy it on devices which already have a "original" July rollup deployed? Also, I must do this via command-line. Just installing it over bring me to error "already installed". One option, yes, is to uninstall original and deploy the new one, but maybe there is a way do this at once, meaning re-deploy it. Don't have WSUS and neither SCCM.
Any ideas?
More thanks, Alar.

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30 Sep 2016   #2

W7 home premium 32bit/W7HP 64bit/w10 tp insider ring

Hi Alar,
You DO NOT re-deploy it.
The Monthly rollup update contains all the previous months fix's + whatevers new.
(within the KB there is, an allready installed/do i need it check,)
Latest version

Updates can be installed using this
Create a folder titled
c:\temp\XXXXXX(KB No:) (KB2834140 as example)

Expand –F:* c:\kb2834140\Windows6.1-KB2834140-v2-x64.msu c:\temp\2834140

DISM.exe /Online /Add-Package /PackagePath:c:\temp\2834140\ /quiet

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03 Oct 2016   #3

Windows 7 Professional x64

Hi and thanks!
Well, in September rollup description is not stated it will replace July's (even considering file size it probably could, didn't "dig" into it). And July rollup version 2 is still downloadable, June's is not – as July should replace it. Also, why to re-release July rollup when September rollup is there. (Just wondering if think it must replace previous ones.) My guess is it does not replace (~ cover) July rollup as didn't August's one.
... Yes, for instance, July rollup includes Wuauclt.exe, September does not. Probably some other mismatches as well.
So, if I understood correctly, still only version to re-deploy re-released update is to uninstall it first and then deploy new (version)? Sorry if I couldn't follow ok.
More thanks, Alar.
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