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    Logistix Update Packs Oct'08

    Hello all,

    As promised, here are the revised update packs for October 2008:

    Logistix Post XP SP3 Update Pack (October 2008)

    Contains:
    Internet Explorer 7
    Media Player 11
    All Post XP SP3 Hotfixes (including October 14th updates)
    Adobe Flash 9.0.124.0 and Adobe Shockwave 11.0.0.465

    Logistix Microsoft .NET Framework Pack

    Remains unchanged from last month, but includes .NET Framework 1.1, 2.0, 3.0, 3.5 and service packs.

    Logistix Office 2007 Compatibility Pack

    Contains the Office 2007 Compatibility Pack + SP1 + Hotfixes (including KB955936 October 14th).

    Logistix Office 2007 Compatibility Plus Pack

    Contains the Office 2007 Compatibility Pack + SP1 + Hotfixes (including KB955936 October 14th) and Microsoft Works 6 - 9 Viewer.

    Logistix Plugins Pack

    Remains unchanged from last month, but includes Adobe Flash 9.0.124.0, Adobe Shockwave 11.0.0.465, Adobe Reader 9 and Java 6 Update 7.

    Logistix Plugins Plus Pack

    Contains Adobe Flash 9.0.124.0, Adobe Shockwave 11.0.0.465, Adobe Reader 9, Java 6 Update 7, Quicktime Alternative 2.70 and Real Alternative 1.90 (updated).

    Logistix Microsoft Office Viewers Update Pack

    No changes this month, but includes Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint viewer and all post hotfixes. Ideal for systems without Microsoft Office installed.

    That's all folks, enjoy!

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    dhicks (16th October 2008), nawbus (16th October 2008), ninjabeaver (17th December 2008), OutToLunch (16th October 2008), rush_tech (16th October 2008)

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    Giving this a bump in case anyone missed it

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    I certainly did.. Thanks for the bump - maybe it would be possible to get a section in the eduprojects bit for these, or just sticky them each month. Certainly making my life a lot easier as a 512k user. Cheers Michael!

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    Glad you find them of use OutToLunch. By separating the XP SP3 and .NET Framework packs into two separate ones, it does make the patching and downloading process more efficient.

    I'm using these packs a lot and it must save me hours of work every month!

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    ::spoils his day:: Java 6u10 and Flash 10 were released this week.

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    Whacks PiqueABoo with a very big stick!

    Thanks for the heads up. Adobe must of literally released it, as I do check before compiling the latest pack! In the meantime, you can download the Flash 10.0.12.36 MSI until November.

    As for Java, they're still recommending Java 6 Update 7 which is what I include. If you do have another link however, please let me know.

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    Go to the Java download page (where you're right, they are still recommending 6u7) and look just below the logo in the banner:

    Download Java software for Windows from Sun Microsystems

    AFAICT it doesn't say "beta" anywhere.

    [Serial Java MSI deployers: Watch out for this one - those rules we've had for years have changed a bit.]

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    Thanks PiqueABoo. I've managed to download and obtain the MSI, but it's not just a single MSI, but also a cab file too.

    Shouldn't be a problem to deploy however, so long as the MSI and cab file are in the same directory. I've already installed Flash 10 on a few machines and all seems well so far. All being well I'll include these in my next updates

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