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    #148762

    @BoltsfanKevin just pointed me to an amazing thread on Spiceworks. Poster AB2000 has a screenshot of WSUS showing more than forty entries for Office 2
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    • #148771

      Is Microsoft Word Starter 2010 vulnerable to the equation editor bug? I haven’t seen it mentioned but I want to be sure either way.

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    • #148773

      I had 74 of 4011618. I declined 73 of them. A few said that they superseded other updates.

    • #148787

      I’m also seeing 74 of KB 4011618 in the Microsoft Update Catalog, but my WUMT is showing only one, so I guess I’m OK.

    • #148793

      I did my usual “Check for Updates” after installing the Security-only patch for Win 7 and the Cumulative Update for IE11 and there was only 1 occurrence of  Office 2010’s KB4011618.

      Win 7 SP1 Home Premium 64-bit; Office 2010; Group B (SaS); Former 'Tech Weenie'
    • #148791

      I’ve got 74 KB4011618 updates  :O

      Edit to remove link

      • #148795

        Sorry. You cannot add an attachment as an anonymous poster. You have to be a registered Lounger.

    • #148831

      Yup, happened here as well.

      Only two of the updates actually had a supercedence indicator, and only one of them showed up with a “needed” count other than zero (we still have Office 2007 showing up on our Exchange 2010 server due to the Outlook mapi interface on there).

      The file information on each update seems to be different, all around 237K, all the update IDs are different. The language indicators on the filenames are different for each one:
      – eqnet32-ko-kr.cab
      – eqnet32-us-en.cab, etc

      That’s why they showed up individually.

      Should only need to approve the one that shows up with a needed count and matches your language.

      No matter where you go, there you are.

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    • #148858

      That’s because they released each language in separate patch, so in WSUS/Catalog each lang will have 2 entries 32bit/64bit

      i wonder why they did not bundled all languages in single update, like they always do with proofing tools update

    • #148945

      You aren’t using WSUS, are you?

      No, I wasn’t. I always go through Control Panel to Windows Update to check for updates.

      Win 7 SP1 Home Premium 64-bit; Office 2010; Group B (SaS); Former 'Tech Weenie'
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