Install MS’s out-of-cycle patches for IE, apps:

Here’s this week’s special WindowsSecrets article on this week’s Out of band/Out of Cycle patch:


Install MS’s out-of-cycle patches for IE, apps:
http://www.windowssecrets.com/comp/090730

2 Thoughts on “Install MS’s out-of-cycle patches for IE, apps:

  1. Bill Devlin on August 3, 2009 at 2:03 pm said:

    Hi Susan,

    I read your piece in WS this past week and attempted to install the recommended patches. I experienced some problems on one of our XP workstations installing the Visual C++ patches.

    FWIW, I had to use MSBA 2.1 to get the Visual Studio patches to stick. If you go to the Technet Security site and look up the MS09-034 patch, the download you receive is for either the Visual C++ 2005 SP1 redistributable or Visual C++ 2008 redistributable. However, after installation (successfully) I kept getting missing update warnings from Eset Nod32, which now warns of missing system updates.

    I tried everything I could think of to make sure that I had the right updates and that they were installing correctly to no avail. As a last resort, I downloaded and installed MSBA 2.1. It identified the missing patches (same as Eset) and led me to two different individual downloads for VS 2005 and 2008. The file names were :

    atl90sp1-kb973924-x86_80b879911be205de69d7c59ea97f8169ff7b882e.exe

    - and -

    atl80sp1-kb973923-x86_4d50cba4f1476d9e9320d5c0dc2be56259a98303.exe

    I could not find a link to these files anywhere on MS sites (probably just my ignorance). I thought you might like to know about my experience.

    Best regards,

    Bill Devlin
    bdevlinski@gmail.com

  2. Bill Devlin on August 3, 2009 at 4:16 pm said:

    Sorry, I meant the MS09-035 security bulletin in my last comment.

    BD

Post Navigation