Bypass Windows 7 Extended Security Updates Eligibility

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by abbodi1406, Nov 17, 2019.

  1. pm67310

    pm67310 MDL Addicted

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    Try abbody bypass yourself !
     
  2. Tcheibo

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    Thank you. Can somebody please post also updates for Outlook 2016 including the updates for word, excel, power point & publisher
     
  3. Jim K.

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    Security Monthly Quality Rollup (KB5006743)
    Security and Quality Rollup for .NET (KB5006761)
    .NET 5.0.11 Security Update (KB5007051)
    Servicing Stack update (5006749)

    All installed without issue. Thanks again to the team. :cheers:

    Win7 Pro x64, Intel Core2 duo E8400, Bypasss ESU v11
     
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  5. Tcheibo

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    Does this also include the updates for word, excel, power point & publisher
     
  6. Jim K.

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    If you're asking me, you can just try each of those words in the search bar of that link to see if there are more updates available. You can find what you want faster than someone else.
     
  7. PC_Uzaarr

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    I would also like to know from @Enthousiast if the Bypass will now get ESUs for Embedded/POSReady.
     
  8. Enthousiast

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    Best to ask @abbodi1406 :)
     
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  9. ytrezzzz

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    Perfect this month , like usual , thanks to the team
     
  10. Tcheibo

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    This month I am having trouble installing Ndp48 KB5006064 x64. I am using the dotnetfx4_ESU_Installer.cmd Can anyone please advise if they are also having trouble with the install and if there is an solution.
     
  11. bing00

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    updates for October worked, no problems!
    thank you @abbodi1406 !
     
  12. PC_Uzaarr

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    @abbodi1406 So with 2 out of those 3 is it a go or a no go? Are you saying that it will work, but you will have to apply updates manually?
     
  13. Enthousiast

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    In essence, yes:)
     
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  14. m.fessler

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    I think you looking for KB5006761 (3.5.x, 4.6/.x 4.7/.x, 4.8) respectively KB5006060 (4.8 only).
    KB5006064 is for 4.6/.x 4.7/.x and Win 8.1.
     
  15. Tcheibo

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    The NDP48 KB5006060 x64 does not install for Windows 7 Pro 64-Bit It says failed. Error Code 1642. I am using the dotnetfx4_ESU_Installer.cmd which has always worked in the past up until now If abbodi1406 can check this out and please advise. This is for the October Security & Quality Rollup for Netframe Windows 7 64 Bit.
     
  16. Manchita

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    Win 7 Pro (x64)...I installed the SSU (KB5006749), the Security Only (KB5006728) and the Security & Quality Rollup (ndp48 KB5006060) with no hitches. So very many thanks to Abbodi and the other guys for this magic creation, you are very much appreciated.
    By the way, I "solved" the problem that I posted on here a while ago when my .NET updates were disappearing from Installed Updates list and .NET Framework 4.8 was disappearing from Installed Programs list. I literally tried a multitude of things except an exorcism but finally after twice uninstalling .net 4.8 and re-installing it the behaviour ceased and the Sept and Oct updates installed (and have stayed) without any problem.