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Forum Thread: How to create an SPS for Microsoft Fixit Package (IE vulnerability)

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IIS_pla How to create an SPS for Microsoft Fixit Package (IE vulnerability)
Member 3rd Jan, 2013 14:00
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Hi all,
who has experience how to create a patch package to bring a Microsoft Fixit Tool to all hosts?
Background: Microsoft provides a Fixit tool to patch the vulnerability of Internet Explorer V6...V9 which has become public end of 2012. The Fixit tool consists of an MSI file which can be installed silently with the command

msiexec /i MicrosoftFixit50791.msi /quiet

I tried to set up a custom package, but I think I need some template...

Who can help?

Best regards, Roland.

IIS_pla RE: How to create an SPS for Microsoft Fixit Package (IE vulnerability)
Member 5th Jan, 2013 23:02
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I did now some tests and I think I found a solution - see attached XML file and in addition the Fixit file (provided by Microsoft). First tests were succesful, but ther emight some problems for hosts where IE9 is already installed: the patch appears on and on...

Roland.

P.S.: Hmmm - I think I cannot attach files from the web interface, but I have no other access to the forum: Secunia officials - how can this problem be solved???
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