Windows Home Server Updates

Re: Windows Home Server Updates

Postby lioninstreet » 04.10.2018, 07:36

For anyone who wants the URL's for the WHS v1 updates, the below three (actually 5) were missing from the HP server recovery disk v3.0 (dated 9/09). These are the ex49x/x510 disks.

Power Pack 3 consisting of KB968349 (PP3), KB969949 (Windows Search 4.0), & (KB969949) Hotfix for Windows Search 4.0
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http://download.windowsupdate.com/msdownload/update/software/crup/2009/11/whs-kb968349-v1-x86-enu_993cf5d8f2990374e9d077ea31098ff7917e781f.exe
http://www.download.windowsupdate.com/msdownload/update/software/ftpk/2008/06/windowssearch-kb940157-srv2k3-x86-enu_8a0b98f312a6536fafa0cdaaa4007613e5614435.exe
Http://download.windowsupdate.com/msdownload/update/software/dflt/2009/11/windowsserver2003.windowsxp-kb969949-x86-enu_8b93cbf283e4737622530da5aa316aee0b91aaa1.exe


The other two are post Power Pak 3 rollups 1 & 2
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http://download.windowsupdate.com/msdownload/update/software/crup/2010/08/whs-kb979453-v1-x86enu_162aa724900e2720953a63e0b2a25ebafa129860.exe
http://download.windowsupdate.com/msdownload/update/software/crup/2011/01/whs-kb981089-v1-x86-enu_76defa626bf8ee25706475dfda27158d7de5d091.exe


If anyone is updating with the 48x v2.0 HP server recovery disk released 11/08 containing Power Pack 1, you will also need to add KB956587 (Power Pack 2), and updates KB963032 & KB972421.
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http://download.windowsupdate.com/msdownload/update/software/crup/2009/03/whs-kb956587-v1-x86-enu_75b8f603b0586a735124c79a256bef44cd0d3484.exe
http://download.windowsupdate.com/msdownload/update/software/crup/2009/05/whs-kb963032-v1-x86-enu_79e9c004b422d1512dcca4bf3f22bbda8fd64035.exe
http://download.windowsupdate.com/msdownload/update/software/crup/2009/09/whs-kb972421-v1-x86-enu_77adbebaef45b0f564098cdc1693ca59f3eacbb5.exe

Note that PP2 does not contain the updates in PP1, and PP3 does not contain the updates in PP2. But from their individual descriptions from MS, they may contain the post PP updates released in between. In addition, each PP must be installed on top of the earlier version.

Lastly, surprised that I couldn't find Windows Search 4.0 or it's hotfix already downloaded in any of the w2k3 client folders. Did I miss it or is it not typically part of the downloaded updates?

Doing the UpdateGenerator rerun to grab the WHS updates and try another install with all the fixes in next.
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Re: Windows Home Server Updates

Postby lioninstreet » 04.10.2018, 09:12

I went to a w7x64 terminal to use UpdateGenerator and copied the entire wsusofline9.2.4 folder I've updated and kept on a thumb drive to it's desktop. Here is the result of attempting the download for the .NET 4.0 updates:
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Thu 10/04/2018  2:53:58.46 - Info: Starting WSUS Offline Update download (v. 9.2.4) for w2k3 enu
Thu 10/04/2018  2:53:58.48 - Info: Option /includedotnet detected
Thu 10/04/2018  2:53:58.53 - Info: Option /verify detected
Thu 10/04/2018  2:53:58.59 - Info: Option /exitonerror detected
Thu 10/04/2018  2:53:59.14 - Info: Set time zone to LOC4:00
Thu 10/04/2018  2:53:59.65 - Info: Updated static download definitions
Thu 10/04/2018  2:54:00.02 - Info: Downloaded/validated mkisofs tool
Thu 10/04/2018  2:54:00.16 - Info: Found sigcheck.exe version 2.60.0.0 (common options: /accepteula -q -c -nobanner)
Thu 10/04/2018  2:54:00.17 - Info: Verified integrity of Windows Update Agent installation and catalog files
Thu 10/04/2018  2:54:06.17 - Info: Downloaded/validated most recent Windows Update Agent installation and catalog files
Thu 10/04/2018  2:54:06.17 - Info: Verified digital file signatures of Windows Update Agent installation and catalog files
Thu 10/04/2018  2:54:06.17 - Info: Created integrity database for Windows Update Agent installation and catalog files
Thu 10/04/2018  2:54:11.80 - Warning: Integrity database ..\client\md\hashes-dotnet.txt not found
Thu 10/04/2018  2:54:12.07 - Info: Downloaded/validated installation files for .NET Frameworks 3.5 SP1 and 4.x
Thu 10/04/2018  2:54:18.40 - Error: File integrity verification failure


Also the WHS updates didn't appear to download. I looked for them in .\client\w2k3\enu. is that where they should be?
I pasted in the URL's to .\static\custom using the naming convention StaticDownloadLinks-w2k3-x86-enu.txt
Using Notepad++ I made sure I hit enter after the last URL was pasted in so the curser was sitting on a clear text line below the last URL. However, when I reopen the note pad, the curser is sitting up on the first line.

I'm still very new to this. Is that the way it should be?
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Re: Windows Home Server Updates

Postby lioninstreet » 12.10.2018, 20:45


lioninstreet wrote:3) Regarding the four updates not found on the earlier run:
Warning: Update kb2972105 (id: 742117a8-27fe-48ec-89ed-86c8e26d79c0) not found (Security Update .Net Framework 2.0)
Warning: Update kb3050995 (id: cfc1739b-1fb2-4ee7-802b-b87c08428235) not found (Security Update .Net Framework 2.0)
Warning: Update kb3035488 (id: 246c22da-fdac-458a-bc8f-a648c2a3ab4a) not found (Security Update .Net Framework 2.0)
Warning: Update kb3056819 (id: c66ef728-47a2-4c13-9516-fc96bb81a51d) not found (Silverlight update v5.1.40416.00)

3) Done for the three .NET 4.0 updates. Regarding the three .NET 2.0 updates and the missing Silverlight update. I am presuming I would place them at .\client\dotnet\x86-glb and the Silverlight update in in .\w2k3\enu: I have the URL's for them. Would that be correct?

Ive also attempted to add the WHS updates to .\static\custom\StaticDownloadLinks-w2k3-x86-enu.txt and .\client\static\custom\StaticUpdateIds-w2k3-x86.txt. They didn't appear to download. I looked for them in .\client\w2k3\enu. Is that where they should be?

When I added them, I pasted in the URL's into .\static\custom using the naming convention StaticDownloadLinks-w2k3-x86-enu.txt using Notepad++. I made sure I hit enter after the last URL was pasted in so the curser was sitting on a clear text line below the last URL. However, when I reopen the note pad, the curser is sitting up on the first line.
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Re: Windows Home Server Updates

Postby hbuhrmester » 12.10.2018, 22:32

lioninstreet wrote:When I added them, I pasted in the URL's into .\static\custom using the naming convention StaticDownloadLinks-w2k3-x86-enu.txt using Notepad++. I made sure I hit enter after the last URL was pasted in so the curser was sitting on a clear text line below the last URL. However, when I reopen the note pad, the curser is sitting up on the first line.


Make sure to use the correct line endings for each operating system:

  • carriage-return and line-feed for Windows
  • line-feed for Unix and Linux
  • carriage-return for the "classical" Mac OS 9

Let Notepad++ display all invisible characters, including spaces and line endings, to get everything right.

The Windows Notepad.exe does not recognize Linux line endings; you will see just one long line. Only recently, there was an update for Notepad.exe to display Linux files correctly:

Introducing extended line endings support in Notepad
https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/comman ... n-notepad/
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Re: Windows Home Server Updates

Postby lioninstreet » 13.10.2018, 03:34

Much appreciated, thank you. I am using Windows (6.1)

Show all revealed several <CR><LF> returns. So deleted all, moved went to the last character in the last URL line, hit return and then a space. Giving that a shot.
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Re: Windows Home Server Updates

Postby aker » 16.10.2018, 00:05

@lioninstreet
Please check your PM inbox, I sent a message to you, but you didn't receive it. Maybe it is full.
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