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  • 1. bcdalai's Free Tech. Support Blog: [http://bcdalai.blogspot.com] Integrate “Service Packs” with Windows and Office No great discovery was ever made without a bold guess. -Isaac Newton Experience is the name everyone gives to their mistakes. -Oscar Wilde Persistence and positive thinking to make things happen. About this article: This document is for administrative purposes and for easy deployment of Microsoft Windows and Office only. About the Author: bcdalai, MCP, MCSE, MCTS: Windows Vista. The author is an IT pro working on Desktop, Server and Networking - as system administrator, Tech. Support, software troubleshooter and reviewer. He is available for tech. support in Microsoft forums, community and in other online forums with the online name bcdalai. He can be reached at: http://bcdalai.blogspot.com or e-mail: bcdalai2020@gmail.com. License: The subject matters are for system administrators and everyday computer users. This article is completely free to read, distribute (through website, CD/DVD or magazines) or share without any modification and may be reproduced in printable media with a link to this article. The article must be distributed in “Microsoft XPS” or “Adobe PDF” format. Disclaimer: This document is for educational and informational purposes. THIS DOCUMENT IS PROVIDED “AS IS”, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. It is assumed that you will use the contents of this document in proper and productive way. All names, websites, trade names and registered trademarks mentioned herein are the property of their respective owners. Copyright © 2004-2010 by bcdalai. Thanks: I’m greatly thankful to all the readers for reading and sending feedbacks to me. -1- © 2004-2010, bcdalai
  • 2. bcdalai's Free Tech. Support Blog: [http://bcdalai.blogspot.com] Integrate “Service Packs” into Windows and Office installations Integrating service packs into the Windows or Office installations make it easier for administrator to deploy and manage. It saves both time and costs for the enterprise to apply the service pack updates. Windows WARNING: If you are integrating Windows XP Service Pack 3 with Windows XP then you have to remember that, the integration process should be done on Windows XP or Windows Server 2003. But not on Windows Vista, because after integration of SP, the product serial no problem may arise. Also avoid integrating on Windows Server 2008. This service pack integration process will not apply for Windows Vista or later operating systems. Applies to: Operating Systems: Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows Server 2003. Service Packs: Upto Windows 2000 SP4, Windows XP SP3, Windows Server 2003 SP2. Excluding any update rollup package. Because update roll packs are not always deployed in this method as Service Packs. Service Pack Integration: Integrating service packs into Windows Installation Source. Integrating/slipstreaming Command: WindowsVVV-KB000000-SP0-XXX-LLL.exe /integrate:Drive:Path Where: VVV: Stands for the version of windows for which this SP is applicable. KB000000: 0 stands for the actual KB number applies to this release. SP Service Pack SP0 0 stands for the actual number i.e. 1, 2, 3 or so on. XXX Stands for the type of operating system e.g. x86, 64-bit etc. LLL Stands for the language (for example ENU, FRE) Drive:Path Stands for the location where the windows installations files are copied. Example: Windows XP SP3: WINDOWSXP-KB936929-SP3-X86-ENU.EXE Windows Server 2003 SP2: WindowsServer2003-KB914961-SP2-x86-ENU.exe Follow these Steps: 1. Insert Windows (XP/2003) CD into CD-ROM copy all the files from the CD to a folder in C: drive (named “InstallCD”) of your computer. 2. Download the service pack file from http://www.microsoft.com/ (for that particular version of Windows you want to integrate the service pack) and copy to another folder in C: drive and name it “ServicePack”. 3. Now open command prompt by typing CMD at Start > Run. Then issue the following commands one by one. Cd c:ServicePack ↵ SP.exe /integrate:c:InstallCD ↵ 4. Now the integration process will start, wait for some time to complete. 5. When you will see the success message then the process of integrating service pack is complete. Now use can use it or burn it into a CD. -2- © 2004-2010, bcdalai
  • 3. bcdalai's Free Tech. Support Blog: [http://bcdalai.blogspot.com] Microsoft Office Note: Please note that the service pack integration process will not apply for Office 2007 or later. Applies to: Product: Microsoft Office 2003 Service Packs: Office Service Pack 1, 2 and 3. [Note: Remember that in Office 2007 the deployment of Service Packs and updates are different. Direct SP integration option to the office installations is not available. You have to manually download and install the office Service Packs after office installation.] Service Pack 2 (for Office 2003) Follow the following steps: 1- Create an administrative installation point: Insert the Office 2003 CD into the CD-ROM drive, issue "X:setup.exe /a" from command prompt, replace X with your CD-ROM drive. This will create an administrative installation point and ask for name, organization, product key etc. like the installation process but actually doesn’t install. When the creating of administrative installation point is completed rename that folder as “C:Office2003”. 2- Download the Service Pack 2 (filename is Office2003SP2-KB887616-FullFile-ENU.exe) from http://www.microsoft.com/ and Copy it to “C:” Drive. 3- Extract the file to “C:OfficeSP2” through WinRAR or 7-Zip. Right click on the file and select extract then select the destination path as “C:OfficeSP2”. After extraction is over, you will see the following files: mainsp2ff.msp, ohotfix.exe, ohotfix.ini, ohotfixr.dll, owc11sp2ff.msp, owc102003sp2ff.msp etc. 4- Now see the “C:Office2003” if you find there a file “STD11.msi” it is for Office 2003 Standard version and if you find “PRO11.msi” then it is Office 2003 Professional version. 5- Assuming that the Office 2003 installations are copied to “C:Office2003” folder and Office Service Pack 2 is copied to “C:OfficeSP2” before starting integration. 6- Now open command Prompt and issue the following two commands one-by-one. Issue the second command when the 1st process is finished its work. msiexec /p C:OfficeSP2mainsp2ff.msp /a C:Office2003PRO11.msi SHORTFILENAMES-TRUE /qb msiexec /p C:OfficeSP2OWC11sp2ff.msp /a C:Office2003OWC11.msi SHORTFILENAMES-TRUE /qb 7- Now Office SP2 is integrated with Office 2003 installations. When you will install Office 2003 t will include all the SP2 components along with Office 2003. Service Pack 3 (for Office 2003) The integrating process for service pack 3 for Office 2003 is same as the above but the command is little bit different. Follow the following steps: 1- Create an administrative installation point: Insert the Office 2003 CD into the CD-ROM drive, issue "X:setup.exe /a" from command prompt, replace X with your CD-ROM drive. This will create an administrative installation point and ask for name, organization, product key etc. Like the installation process but actually doesn’t install. When the creating of administrative installation point is completed rename that folder as “C:Office2003”. 2- Download the Service Pack 3 (filename is Office2003SP3-KB923618-FullFile-ENU.exe) from: http://download.microsoft.com/download/7/7/8/778493c2-ace3-44c5-8bc3- d102da80e0f6/Office2003SP3-KB923618-FullFile-ENU.exe and Copy it to “C:” Drive. 3- Extract the file to “C:OfficeSP3” through WinRAR or 7-Zip. Right click on the file and select extract then select the destination path as “C:OfficeSP2”. After extraction is over, you will see the following files: MAINSP3.msp, ohotfix.exe, ohotfix.ini, ohotfixr.dll, OWC102003SP3.msp, OWC11SP3.msp etc. 4- Now see the “C:Office2003” if you find there a file “STD11.msi” it is for Office 2003 Standard version and if you find “PRO11.msi” then it is Office 2003 Professional version. 5- Assuming that the Office 2003 installations are copied to “C:Office2003” folder and Office Service Pack 3 is copied to “C:OfficeSP3” before starting integration. -3- © 2004-2010, bcdalai
  • 4. bcdalai's Free Tech. Support Blog: [http://bcdalai.blogspot.com] 6- Now open command Prompt and issue the following two commands one-by-one. Issue the second command when the 1st process is finished its work. msiexec /a C:Office2003PRO11.MSI /p C:OfficeSP3MAINSP3.MSP msiexec /a C:Office2003OWC11.MSP /p C:OfficeSP3OWC11SP3.MSP 7- Now Office SP3 is integrated with Office 2003 installations. When you will install Office 2003 it will include all the SP3 components along with Office 2003. Thank You -4- © 2004-2010, bcdalai