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Microsoft has released Update Rollup 1 for Microsoft Windows XP. An update rollup is a cumulative set of hotfixes, security patches, critical updates, and updates that are packaged together for easy deployment. Update Rollup 1 for Windows XP is a single package that includes many previously released critical updates for Windows XP. For additional information about the critical updates that are included in this update rollup, click the following article numbers to view the articles in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/810565/ )Hyperlinks open in Internet Explorer instead of in default browser or Help and Support Center
(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/821557/ )MS03-027: An unchecked buffer in the Windows shell could permit your system to be compromised
(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/811493/ )MS03-013: Buffer overrun in Windows kernel message handling could lead to elevated privileges
(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/328310/ )MS02-071: Flaw in Windows WM_TIMER message handling can enable privilege elevation
(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/823980/ )MS03-026: Buffer overrun in RPC may allow code execution
(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/331953/ )MS03-010: Flaw in RPC endpoint mapper could allow denial of service attacks
(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/323255/ )MS02-055: Unchecked buffer in Windows Help facility may allow attacker to run code
(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/810577/ )MS03-005: Unchecked buffer in Windows redirector may permit privilege elevation
(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/815021/ )MS03-007: Unchecked buffer in Windows component may cause Web Server compromise
(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/329115/ )MS02-050: Certificate validation flaw might permit identity spoofing
(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/329170/ )MS02-070: Flaw in SMB signing may permit group policy to be modified
(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/817606/ )MS03-024: Buffer overrun in Windows could lead to data corruption
(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/814033/ )Cannot install driver updates from the Windows update Web site
(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/810833/ )MS03-001: Unchecked buffer in the locator service might permit code to run
(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/823559/ )MS03-023: Buffer overrun in the HTML converter could allow code execution
(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/329048/ )MS02-054: Unchecked buffer in file decompression functions may allow attacker to run code
(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/329441/ )You cannot create a network connection after you restore Windows XP
(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/817287/ )Windows Update 643 error and the Catalog database
(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/329390/ )MS02-072: Unchecked buffer in Windows shell might permit system compromise
(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/329834/ )MS02-063: Unchecked buffer in PPTP implementation may permit denial-of-service attacks
(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/811630/ )HTML Help Update to limit functionality when it is invoked with the window.showHelp() method
824146Note Update Rollup 1 for Windows XP is not available for 64-bit versions of Windows XP.
(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/824146/ )MS03-039: A buffer overrun in RPCSS could allow an attacker to run malicious programs
Service pack informationFor additional information about the latest service pack for Windows XP, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
Update rollup informationTo download and to install the express-installation version of this update rollup (2.7megabytes), visit the following Microsoft Windows Update Web site, and then install critical update 826939:
323166The following file is available for download from the Microsoft Download Center:
(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/323166/ )How to download updates that include drivers and hotfixes from the Windows Update Catalog
Release Date: October 15, 2003
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For additional information about how to download Microsoft Support files, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
119591Microsoft scanned this file for viruses. Microsoft used the most current virus-detection software that was available on the date that the file was posted. The file is stored on security-enhanced servers that help to prevent any unauthorized changes to the file.
(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/119591/ )How to Obtain Microsoft Support Files from Online Services
PrerequisitesThe express-installation version of this update rollup requires Windows XP SP1. The standard version of this update rollup requires the released version of Windows XP or Windows XP SP1. For additional information about how to obtain SP1, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/322389/ )How to Obtain the Latest Windows XP Service Pack
Installation informationThe standard version of this update rollup supports the following Setup switches:
282784For additional information about MBSA, see the following Microsoft Web site:
(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/282784/ )Qfecheck.exe verifies the installation of Windows 2000 and Windows XP hotfixes
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/security/cc184924.aspxYou may also be able to verify that this update rollup is installed by confirming that one of the following registry keys exists.
Windows XP SP1:
Windows XP:Note When you install this update rollup, any existing entries in the Add or Remove Programs tool are removed for the critical updates that are included in this update rollup. Therefore, some tools may report that some of the included critical updates are not installed. For example, Marimba Software Change-Management solutions use the registry entries for the Add or Remove Programs tool that are associated with each critical update to confirm that the update is installed. Therefore, Marimba Software Change-Management solutions will incorrectly report that you are missing the individual critical updates that are included in this update rollup.
Deployment informationTo install the update rollup without any user intervention, use the following command:
windowsxp-kb826939-x86-enu.exe -u -qTo install the update rollup without forcing the computer to restart, use the following command:
windowsxp-kb826939-x86-enu.exe -zNote You can combine these switches in one command line.
For information about how to deploy this update rollup by using Software Update Services (SUS), visit the following Microsoft Web site:
Restart requirementYou must restart your computer after you apply this update rollup.
Removal informationTo remove this update rollup, use the Add or Remove Programs tool in Control Panel to remove 826939. Note When you install this update rollup, any existing entries for the Add or Remove Programs tool are removed for the critical updates that are included in this update rollup. When you remove this update rollup, the previous entries for the Add or Remove Programs tool for the individual critical updates that are included in this update rollup are restored.
System administrators can use the Spuninst.exe utility to remove this update rollup. Spuninst.exe is located in the %Windir%\$NTUninstallKB826939$\Spuninst folder. The utility supports the following Setup switches:
Security patch replacement informationThis update rollup does not replace any other security patches.
File informationThe English version of this update rollup has the file attributes (or later file attributes) that are listed in the following table. The dates and times for these files are listed in coordinated universal time (UTC). When you view the file information, it is converted to local time. To find the difference between UTC and local time, use the Time Zone tab in the Date and Time tool in Control Panel.
You can also verify the files that this update rollup installed by reviewing one of the following registry keys.
Date Time Version Size File name ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 23-Sep-2002 22:10 5.131.2600.1123 544,256 Crypt32.dll (pre-SP1) 09-Nov-2002 12:47 5.2.3644.0 10,752 Hh.exe (pre-SP1) 20-Dec-2002 01:35 5.2.3735.0 516,192 Hhctrl.ocx (pre-SP1) 13-Jan-2003 17:27 5.2.3644.0 37,888 Hhsetup.dll (pre-SP1) 27-Jun-2003 19:38 2003.1100.5426.0 311,864 Html32.cnv (pre-SP1) 13-Jan-2003 17:27 5.2.3644.0 143,872 Itircl.dll (pre-SP1) 13-Jan-2003 17:27 5.2.3644.0 122,368 Itss.dll (pre-SP1) 04-Dec-2002 01:55 5.1.2600.108 68,608 Locator.exe (pre-SP1) 18-Nov-2002 18:17 5.1.2600.106 391,936 Mrxsmb.sys (pre-SP1) 27-Jun-2003 19:38 2003.1100.5426.0 116,288 Msconv97.dll (pre-SP1) 31-Jan-2003 19:20 5.1.2600.109 238,080 Newdev.dll (pre-SP1) 02-May-2003 18:03 5.1.2600.114 651,264 Ntdll.dll (pre-SP1) 13-Dec-2002 01:08 5.1.2600.108 1,848,320 Ntkrnlmp.exe (pre-SP1) 13-Dec-2002 01:09 5.1.2600.108 1,902,080 Ntkrnlpa.exe (pre-SP1) 13-Dec-2002 01:09 5.1.2600.108 1,874,944 Ntkrpamp.exe (pre-SP1) 13-Dec-2002 01:08 5.1.2600.108 1,879,936 Ntoskrnl.exe (pre-SP1) 25-Aug-2003 22:29 5.1.2600.118 1,093,632 Ole32.dll (pre-SP1) 02-Oct-2002 01:43 5.1.2600.101 46,208 Raspptp.sys (pre-SP1) 25-Aug-2003 22:29 5.1.2600.109 439,296 Rpcrt4.dll (pre-SP1) 25-Aug-2003 22:29 5.1.2600.118 204,288 Rpcss.dll (pre-SP1) 11-Jun-2003 20:53 6.0.2600.115 8,223,744 Shell32.dll (pre-SP1) 19-Sep-2002 18:27 6.0.2600.101 126,464 Shmedia.dll (pre-SP1) 14-Nov-2002 19:42 5.1.2600.101 218,624 Srrstr.dll (pre-SP1) 28-Mar-2003 22:02 5.1.2600.112 322,304 Srv.sys (pre-SP1) 08-Oct-2002 22:19 1,053,822 Sysmain.sdb (pre-SP1) 22-Nov-2002 19:16 5.1.2600.104 528,896 User32.dll (pre-SP1) 22-Oct-2002 00:45 5.1.2600.104 1,671,168 Win32k.sys (pre-SP1) 22-Nov-2002 19:16 5.1.2600.104 272,384 Winsrv.dll (pre-SP1) 25-Sep-2002 19:21 6.0.2600.101 316,928 Zipfldr.dll (pre-SP1) 20-Nov-2002 18:50 5.1.2600.1143 179,200 Accwiz.exe (with SP1) 23-Sep-2002 22:10 5.131.2600.1123 544,256 Crypt32.dll (with SP1) 26-Mar-2003 00:40 5.1.2600.1190 53,760 Cryptsvc.dll (with SP1) 09-Nov-2002 12:47 5.2.3644.0 10,752 Hh.exe (with SP1) 20-Dec-2002 01:35 5.2.3735.0 516,192 Hhctrl.ocx (with SP1) 10-Jan-2003 21:43 5.2.3644.0 37,888 Hhsetup.dll (with SP1) 27-Jun-2003 19:38 2003.1100.5426.0 311,864 Html32.cnv (with SP1) 10-Jan-2003 21:43 5.2.3644.0 143,872 Itircl.dll (with SP1) 10-Jan-2003 21:43 5.2.3644.0 122,368 Itss.dll (with SP1) 04-Dec-2002 01:50 5.1.2600.1147 68,608 Locator.exe (with SP1) 20-Nov-2002 18:50 5.1.2600.1143 67,584 Magnify.exe (with SP1) 20-Nov-2002 19:22 5.1.2600.1143 230,400 Migwiz.exe (with SP1) 18-Nov-2002 18:27 5.1.2600.1143 392,576 Mrxsmb.sys (with SP1) 27-Jun-2003 19:38 2003.1100.5426.0 116,28 Msconv97.dll (with SP1) 20-Nov-2002 18:50 5.1.2600.1143 51,200 Narrator.exe (with SP1) 31-Jan-2003 23:46 5.1.2600.1164 238,080 Newdev.dll (with SP1) 01-May-2003 23:56 5.1.2600.1217 654,336 Ntdll.dll (with SP1) 24-Apr-2003 15:57 5.1.2600.1151 1,892,864 Ntkrnlmp.exe (with SP1) 24-Apr-2003 15:57 5.1.2600.1151 1,949,440 Ntkrnlpa.exe (with SP1) 24-Apr-2003 15:57 5.1.2600.1151 1,921,536 Ntkrpamp.exe (with SP1) 24-Apr-2003 15:57 5.1.2600.1151 1,925,760 Ntoskrnl.exe (with SP1) 25-Aug-2003 18:53 5.1.2600.1263 1,172,992 Ole32.dll (with SP1) 20-Nov-2002 18:50 5.1.2600.1143 212,480 Osk.exe (with SP1) 27-Nov-2002 18:50 5.1.2600.1143 94,208 Pchshell.dll (with SP1) 02-Oct-2002 00:52 5.1.2600.1129 46,208 Raspptp.sys (with SP1) 25-Aug-2003 18:53 5.1.2600.1254 532,480 Rpcrt4.dll (with SP1) 25-Aug-2003 18:53 5.1.2600.1263 260,608 Rpcss.dll (with SP1) 27-Nov-2002 18:50 6.0.2800.1145 1,331,200 Shdocvw.dll (with SP1) 11-Jun-2003 20:43 6.0.2800.1233 8,240,640 Shell32.dll (with SP1) 30-Sep-2002 17:58 6.0.2800.1125 125,440 Shmedia.dll (with SP1) 14-Nov-2002 20:50 5.1.2600.1142 226,816 Srrstr.dll (with SP1) 28-Mar-2003 18:54 5.1.2600.1193 322,048 Srv.sys (with SP1) 01-Nov-2002 21:13 1,080,070 Sysmain.sdb (with SP1) 27-Nov-2002 18:50 6.0.2800.1143 445,440 Urlmon.dll (with SP1) 01-Nov-2002 22:26 5.1.2600.1134 528,896 User32.dll (with SP1) 23-Oct-2002 15:55 5.1.2600.1134 1,694,336 Win32k.sys (with SP1) 01-Nov-2002 22:26 5.1.2600.1134 272,896 Winsrv.dll (with SP1) 25-Sep-2002 22:18 6.0.2800.1126 316,928 Zipfldr.dll (with SP1)
Windows XP SP1:
Windows XP:The third-party products that this article discusses are manufactured by companies that are independent of Microsoft. Microsoft makes no warranty, implied or otherwise, regarding the performance or reliability of these products.
Article ID: 826939 - Last Review: February 3, 2011 - Revision: 5.10
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