Discussion in 'MDL Projects and Applications' started by pf100, Nov 28, 2016.
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Sure. For now, 2.7.3-rc1 works well.
For special Windows 11 information (missing WMIC) read this post: https://forums.mydigitallife.net/th...-10-update-control.72203/page-98#post-1719904
And, please, don't full-quote the first post.
I thought I'd give an an overdue update. Sledgehammer 3.0 is nearing release and testing is almost done taking longer than I thought. Other than the obvious deprecated wmic fix, and I've mentioned something about this before, one of the biggest improvements that will be done is starting BITS when enabling wuauserv before using the store with the Configurator, and starting it and keeping it running while checking and downloading and installing updates. It makes the Store work a lot better, and it fixes the same windows update problem whether using the script or a clean OS that the script has never been used on, so it's definitely not the script causing it, but starting it makes updating a lot more reliable in my experience. I've tried this change on two pc's that were having problems updating and it completely fixed the problems they were having. Keep in mind that those pc's didn't have any other issues with windows update. And I'm considering adding the option in the Configurator in a future release to reset windows update to further fix issues if you guys think that would be a good idea.
I just asked for help here keeping BITS running if anyone has a better idea than my janky idea. Thanks.
I'm just going to start BITS and let it stop when it wants to.
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Pl dont make this quest a troll
If a user has deleted | removed all wu services including its dependecies then will any tool work on win11 to update with latest LCU + .net CU.
Thank you so much for your continued work on this, it;'s the only thing that's made Win10 and above usable. Yesterday I had to upgrade a solemn, perfectly fine Win7 system to Win10 (21H2) due to more and more games requiring Win10 or higher and without sledgehammer I'd be in a bad spot with the constant waves of what seems like poorly tested updates rammed down my throat.
Manually installing via DISM might still work. The user could use the W10UI script by @abbodi1406. The tools utilized by Sledgehammer (WuMgr or WUMT) need at least the wuauserv service to run.
Wuauserv , BITS , Cryptsvc , Dosvc , Usosvc etc etc all services required for WU are removed | deleted using Trusted Installer rights plus all dependencies used by WU . will Abbodi1406 W10UI script work in this scenario
Plus uninstalled "Search" System App [inbox app] always needed to install updates.
You need to try it. To be honest, if DISM won't work to apply the updates you're probably screwed, unless there's away for applying them on package level.
Hmm Thanks tried it too but nothing works . i need this type of OS where nothing will work to install Updates . Thanks Once Again
With the new version (installed this morning) of Windows 11 (22000.556) my version 2.7.2 does not work anymore, and neither does version 2.7.3.
Am I the only one ?
Thanks for your help
Replace the script with the one in the post before yours that @rpo posted. Keep in mind the uninstall script won't work. Update coming soon.
Also, to everyone: I've been working on the script the last few days and have a fix for the store not working even with wuauserv enabled. I never really cared about the Store for the last few years but I feel like there are enough legitimate store apps now to where it's important to have it working. I have many days of testing ahead for me with the script to get it the way it should be in 2022 but I'm going to stop working on improvements for now and just push out an update that works, then go from there.
I took another test. I put back my "clean" image with version 2.7.2, installed version 2.7.3 rc1a (without modification), put the updates KB5011493 + KB4023057 and everything is OK, everything works.
Really sorry to have bothered you with my fake problem
As per announcement of Windows 11 22572.1, WMIC is back as an optional feature. Just FYI.
Thanks so much for this tool, I started using it 3 or 4 years ago and it reduced my stress about updating windows many times over. I have a general question about windows 10: since I'm avoiding going to win11 for as long as I can, will the version 2.7.2 that's featured in the first post of this topic be good enough until a new major update for the tool comes in? So far I'm not having any issues with that version, but I see 2.7.3 mentioned in some of the later posts in this topic.
Yes, I can confirm at least 2.7.2 is just fine for 21H2 Windows 10 and have had zero issues across two systems keeping forced updates at bay.
Is there a consensus or recommended order of operations when reformatting/reinstalling Windows as far as Sledgehammer/Windows updates go?
My usual process is doing a complete reformat, fresh installing Windows with ethernet cable unplugged (to create a Local user account), and then....
...install Sledgehammer immediately upon finishing, with networking still disabled, not allowing Windows 10 a chance to update between?
...allow Win10 to update "officially" after finishing, catching up to date on all needed updates/drivers, and then installing Sledgehammer afterward and blocking updates?
The ideal is the former, but I'm wondering if this could cause issues, perhaps if Wumgr isn't able to find all the necessary updates that the official Win10 update mechanism would?
I know both pull from the same sources, I just don't trust Microsoft that they haven't added some update "logic" into the OS mechanism that might find or pull down some updates that Wumgr might miss?
For reference, I'll be installing the latest Windows 10 Pro 21H2 (I want to avoid Win11 as long as possible).