Vista SP1 available on WSUS



Hey all,


 


You may have noticed that yesterday we made Windows Vista Service Pack 1 available on WSUS to help make it easy for you to deploy into your organization.  There are a couple of different packages so I thought I’d jot down a note so you could understand which one will work for your purposes. 


 


If you’re running English, French, German, Japanese or Spanish language system that has English, French, German, Japanese, Spanish, or No MUIs, you should download and approve the package titled: Windows Vista Service Pack 1 Standalone (KB936330) – English, French, German, Japanese, Spanish.  Because of some applicability logic in the way the service packs are packaged, if you only download and approve the “all languages” version, SP1 will not be offered to machines running English, French, German, Spanish or Japanese that  has an  English, French, German, Japanese, Spanish, or No  MUIs installed.  If you only have these five language systems and MUIs  in your organization, we actually recommend you only download and approve the “Windows Vista Service Pack 1 Standalone (KB936330) – English, French, German, Japanese, Spanish” package since it’s much smaller than the “all languages” version.


 


If you are running an English, French, German, Japanese, or Spanish language system that has a MUI language pack installed you’ll need to download and approve the “all languages” version of the service pack.


 


Hope this is helpful


Comments (19)

  1. Anonymous says:

    The WSUS Team Blog folks posted a notice yesterday that Service Pack 1 for Windows Vista is now available

  2. Anonymous says:

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  3. Anonymous says:

    Em, could you tell me if I am using a non-updated SP1, then, I update it from WSUS, what will it do? Direct to SP3 or first to SP2 and then to SP3? Will it update the pre-SP3’s update?

  4. Anonymous says:

    @Sun Fulong

    if SP1 aready it will install SP3 i assume.

    SP1 could be declined, but keep SP2 for systems that are RTM only

    BR,

    127

  5. Anonymous says:

    YES, why it do not supersede any hotfix ??

    (so autodecline function will not work)

    Also SP3 for WSUS do not supersede a lot of updates that are superseded by SP3 in real 🙁  

  6. Sun Fulong says:

    Why do not have express installation and not superseded for other RTM’s update?

  7. Sun Fulong says:

    And also, why do not XP SP3 update supersede the SP2 update and other superseded by SP2?

  8. 127 says:

    @Sun Fulong

    cause you cannot install SP3 on XP RTM. Minimum is SP1, recommended is SP2.

    BR,

    127

  9. Todd Mcdougal says:

    i am new to server 2003 how do i set up for updates to be deployed from the server to the client machines? thank you for your help

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    And also, why do not XP SP3 update supersede the SP2 update and other superseded by SP2?

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    The WSUS Team Blog folks posted a notice yesterday that Service Pack 1 for Windows Vista is now available

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