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How do I tell if I'm patched for KB 3074667


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#1 codeaholic

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Posted 24 July 2015 - 11:17 AM

I see that I am patched for KB 3079904 because it is a recent install. How do I tell if I'm patched for KB 3074667 ?  There are literally hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of KB's and no "search" function to search for a specific KB #.  I recently did an install of Windows 7 and there were over 300 KB patches right on day 1...it took 3 days to get them all on the computer.



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Posted 24 July 2015 - 01:22 PM

See which Windows updates are installed
 

1. Open Windows Update by clicking the Start button. In the search box, type Update, and then, in the list of results, click Windows Update.

2. In the left pane, click View update history...

 

 

To View & list Installed Updates...

Press the WINKEY + R keys on the keyboard or click the Start Orb > Run... , and in the Open dialog box, type: cmd /c copy %windir%\WindowsUpdate.log "%userprofile%\Desktop\WindowsUpdate.txt"
Click OK or press Enter.

Alternatively, click the Start Orb and in the Search Box, type: the same command (cmd /c copy %windir%\WindowsUpdate.log "%userprofile%\Desktop\WindowsUpdate.txt") as you would enter in the Run Open dialog box...then click on it in the list of displayed results.
-- This will place a WindowsUpdate.txt directly on your desktop.

 

To Quick Search for Installed Updates...

Press the WINKEY + R keys on the keyboard or click the Start Orb > Run... , and in the Open dialog box, type: cmd
Click OK or press Enter.

Alternatively, click the Start Orb and in the Search Box, type: the same command (cmd)

* Right-click on cmd.exe and select Run As Administrator
* To change to the ROOT directory (C:\>), at the command prompt type: cd \
* press Enter.
* At the command prompt C:\>_, type: powershell
* press Enter.
* To find out whether the update is installed, at the command prompt C:\>_, type: get-hotfix -id KB3074667
* press Enter.

To query multiple updates in a single command, at the command prompt C:\>_, type:
get-hotfix -id KB3074667,KB2952664,KB2976978,KB3021917,KB3044374,KB2990214


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Posted 24 July 2015 - 03:05 PM

1.  I had tried the windows update history before I typed my message...too many to see or tell  (or be sure)

2.  I copied the windowsupdatelog and tried searching for the text 3074667 but it found nothing.

3.  I tried the PowerShell command and it gave me an error:

 

 

PS: C:\> get-hotfix -id KB3074667

Get-Hotfix : This command cannot find hot-fix on the machine 'localhost' verify the input and Run your command again.

 

I'm on KB 3074667 now. It doesn't seem like you can download it.  https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3074667


Edited by codeaholic, 24 July 2015 - 03:08 PM.


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Posted 24 July 2015 - 03:53 PM

I split your posting into it's own topic since the other one is a support topic for CryptoWall.
 

1.  I had tried the windows update history before I typed my message...too many to see or tell  (or be sure)
2.  I copied the windowsupdatelog and tried searching for the text 3074667 but it found nothing.
3.  I tried the PowerShell command and it gave me an error:
 
 
PS: C:\> get-hotfix -id KB3074667
Get-Hotfix : This command cannot find hot-fix on the machine 'localhost' verify the input and Run your command again.

That is the result you get when the KB number is not found.


Here is another way to check....

Press the WINKEY + R keys on the keyboard or click the Start Orb > Run... , and in the Open dialog box, type: cmd
Click OK or press Enter.

Alternatively, click the Start Orb and in the Search Box, type: the same command (cmd)

* Right-click on cmd.exe and select Run As Administrator
* To change to the ROOT directory (C:\>), at the command prompt type: cd \
* press Enter.
* To find out whether the update is installed, at the command prompt C:\>_, type: dism /online /get-packages | findstr 3035583
* press Enter.

(Replace the KB number with whichever update you are looking for.)
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