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[url="http://www.ryanvm.net/msfn/updatepack.html"]RyanVM Website[/url]

[u][b]What's New[/b][/u]
[s]Version 2.1.9[/s] Version 2.1.11 Now Available!

* Added KB920867 Hotfix. Replaces KB890859 Hotfix.
* Added KB923293 Hotfix.
* Added KB925902 Hotfix. Replaces KB922859 Hotfix.
* Added KB930178 Hotfix.
* Added KB931192 Hotfix. Replaces KB929624 Hotfix.
* Added KB931261 Hotfix.
* Added KB931784 Hotfix. Replaces KB929338 Hotfix.
* Added KB932168 Hotfix.
* Added KB932662 Hotfix.
* Added KB935448 Hotfix. Replaces KB928843 Hotfix.
* Fixed MSXML6 SP1 issue which caused .NET Framework 3.0 (and related products) installation failures.
* Updated Malicious Software Removal Tool to version 1.28.

Just a heads up, that's all. :) Edited by bmaher

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Posted

Interesting.

Maybe handy for the future.

Thanks for the post.

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Posted

It's very interesting.

Much better than AutoPatcher in my and many others opinion.

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Posted

besides that its outdated

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[quote name='DKAngel' post='588838700' date='Sep 10 2007, 11:52']besides that its outdated[/quote]
Apparently he has updated it a few times after the initial post - it is, after all, a few months old.

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Maybe this could replace autopatched if he ever got around to making a Vista compatible version.

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No IE7 yet in the Ryan Pack ?

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The latest is Version 2.1.11 - Released June 22, 2007, can someone update the topic title??

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[i][Thread Title Edited][/i]

Also updated the first post to reflect the new version

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I think RyanVM's Update Pack is going to go the way of the Dodo like Autopatcher, sadly.

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Try Heise security:

[url="http://www.heise-security.co.uk/articles/80682"]http://www.heise-security.co.uk/articles/80682[/url]

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It's back, BTW ;)

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