Slipstream SP2 to Office 2010 SP1

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  1. ultimate_live

    ultimate_live MDL Addicted

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    Hi.
    I have a Office Pro Plus 2010 with SP1. Now I have downloaded SP2 and want to integrate it to my image (ISO).
    How do I make a slipstream to integrade SP2 ?
     
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  3. ultimate_live

    ultimate_live MDL Addicted

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    I still have Office 2010 with SP1 in the update folder. I want to add now SP2 ?
    Exists a way to add it ?
     
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  4. user_hidden

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    #4 user_hidden, Jul 24, 2013
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    if I am not mistaken you can place the new SP2 files in Update folder.

    Code:
    accessde-en-us.msp
    accessde-en-us.xml
    clientshared64mui-en-us.msp
    clientshared64mui-en-us.xml
    clientshared64ww-x-none.msp
    clientshared64ww-x-none.xml
    clientsharedmui-en-us.msp
    clientsharedmui-en-us.xml
    eula.txt
    imeww-x-none.msp
    imeww-x-none.xml
    officesuitemui-en-us.msp
    officesuitemui-en-us.xml
    officesuiteww-x-none.msp
    officesuiteww-x-none.xml
    osamui-en-us.msp
    osamui-en-us.xml
    proof-en-us.msp
    proof-en-us.xml
    proofing-en-us.msp
    proofing-en-us.xml
    wwlibcxm-en-us.msp
    wwlibcxm-en-us.xml
    
     
  5. acyuta

    acyuta MDL Expert

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  6. user_hidden

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    #6 user_hidden, Jul 24, 2013
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    guess we'll wait for an MSDN ISO :)
    I don't even see anything for SP2 in the subscriber downloads yet.


     
  7. acyuta

    acyuta MDL Expert

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    As of now on technet too, there is no SP2 forget about the single iso image. Anyway, technet is now an orphan
     
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    NICK@NUMBER11 MDL Expert

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    page does not exist
     
  10. CODYQX4

    CODYQX4 MDL Developer

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    You can totally purge your updates folder and start with just SP2.

    Also, this covers Visio, Project, and Sharepoint Designer.

    You can use MTK integrate updates function to add this to your ISO after the face, or extract it via command line.
     
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  11. bartgrefte

    bartgrefte MDL Novice

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    Pfff, when are people gonna learn that putting the update-/SP-files in the update-folder is NOT slipstreaming.

    Will MS release an Office 2010 disc with files that are updated to SP2?
     
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    #15 mohamedkamel, Jul 26, 2013
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  13. user_hidden

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    what rock have you been hiding under ?
    when/if MS releases an Official ISO with SP2 it will be built the same way.
     
  14. mohamedkamel

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    That's the way we saw SP1 and 99.9% SP2 will be the SAME :)
     
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