Windows Update MiniTool Integrator v1.0

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  1. dobbelina

    dobbelina MDL Senior Member

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    Wumt_Path="Program Files\WUMT"

    (Has to be on the system drive, path above already resolves to %systemdrive% )
     
  2. uffbros

    uffbros MDL Senior Member

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    Still get the same thing..Maybe I'm doing this wrong?? Where do I place the folder that I unzipped with the 2 files in it?
     
  3. dobbelina

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    #23 dobbelina, Sep 27, 2016
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    Anywhere, as long as the 2 files are in the same location.
    Give me the full path to your WUMT installation.

    You do understand this is for unattended install, right?
    If a normal install, change Silent=Yes back to Silent=No or delete wumt.ini and run the installer as normal where you choose install folder.
     
  4. uffbros

    uffbros MDL Senior Member

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    There is no WUMT installation folder if I am starting from scratch..All you have at this point is the downloaded zip file with 2 files...I don't understand what you mean?????
     
  5. dobbelina

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    #26 UpGrade4, Sep 27, 2016
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    You make the installation folder, so if you wanted to use system32 as the installation location you would make the WUMT folder sit in System32 buy putting it on the windows installation iso like this:
    Create the folder Ssytem32 in the $$ Folder then create WUMT in the System32 folder so the path would be:
    Sources\$OEM$\$$\System32\WUMT
    The files must be inside this folder (You have to manually put them in yourself)
    Change the wumt.ini file so it would look like this:

    [Options]
    Silent=yes
    Wumt_Path="Windows\System32\WUMT":

    Then in the script you use you would use something like:
    CALL %SYSTEMROOT%\System32\WUMT\WUMT_Integrate_Installer.exe
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    START %SYSTEMROOT%\System32\WUMT\WUMT_Integrate_Installer.exe

    If your installing to program Files follow the same procedure but replace system32 with program files
    and the code would be:

    CALL "%SYSTEMROOT%\Program Files\WUMT"WUMT_Integrate_Installer.exe

    (NOTICE THE QUOTATION MARKS at the start and end of folder path, this is needed as program files has a space in the path)
     
  7. Evides

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    WUMT doesn't require install, it works as 'standalone'.
    Just put the unzipped folder somewhere on your systemdisk... :mushy:
     
  8. uffbros

    uffbros MDL Senior Member

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    #29 uffbros, Sep 27, 2016
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    So this is to integrate into .iso installer????? All I want to do is freekin download windows updates...The original wumt_X64.exe does that. So what does this second part do? Is it so when you do a clean install it is automatically using this???? I think I just need the manually way to check for updates..I'm not getting this at all or it's purpose...Until now I called myself a 17 year computer technician.....
     
  9. dobbelina

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    #30 dobbelina, Sep 27, 2016
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    You have wumt_X64.exe in a folder somewhere, right?
    preferably in C:\Program Files.
    eg, C:\Program Files\WUMT
    If there's a wumt.ini file, delete it.
    Now start the WUMT_Integrate_Installer and point to that folder.
     
  10. uffbros

    uffbros MDL Senior Member

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    ok..so I ask....what does this do now different than the standalone wumt_64.exe?
     
  11. dobbelina

    dobbelina MDL Senior Member

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    Read first topic again, this time slowly.
     
  12. uffbros

    uffbros MDL Senior Member

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    Thanks all for your patience I finally got it.
     
  13. garf02

    garf02 MDL Member

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    With version released today, the wumt not search automatically the update, is necessary press on the button for searching.
     
  14. dobbelina

    dobbelina MDL Senior Member

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    Re-download WUMT_Integrate_Installer.zip from first post and run it again.
    I'm gonna rewrite it later on, as wumt now accepts command line arguments.
     
  15. zamica

    zamica MDL Member

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    nice job it will help after format i bet
     
  16. dobbelina

    dobbelina MDL Senior Member

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    #37 dobbelina, Oct 1, 2016
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    Ok, WUMT_Integrate_Installer.zip link has been updated on first post for the new WUMT version 30.09.2016
    It now works even better than before.
    Just download and re-run the WUMT_Integrate_Installer.exe, and point to WUMT install folder where you have the latest version of WUMT.
     
  17. uffbros

    uffbros MDL Senior Member

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    On every version out I click the test me button and nothing happens..Any ideas as to why?
     
  18. uffbros

    uffbros MDL Senior Member

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    I just manually loaded the mini tool updater and there was 5 Office updates available dated 10-4...Isn't this supposed to pop up and notify you or something? I don't get what value this tool is????
     
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    #40 thorin0815, Oct 4, 2016
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