The Kernel System State Check package is a standalone Windows utility that administrators can use to assess the compatibility of computers in an enterprise environment with security update MS10-015.
This package tests four important areas of a Windows installation for compatibility with security update MS10-015:
Kernel-mode components, such as the kernel and common operating system components and drivers that support them, and
Kernel-mode driver compatibility, such as hardware-independent kernel-mode drivers and device drivers that support the specific device that is targeted by the security update.
Additionally, if the Windows installation targeted by the security update contains more than one version of Windows, the compatibility status for each version is tested separately.
The package uses a system state check, which is a technology that was designed for enterprise-wide compatibility testing. This technology allows you to isolate a Windows installation from the rest of the system and perform separate compatibility assessments of each major component.
The system state check command-line utility uses a process of comparing system files (including the Registry and Windows Update metadata) and logical volumes to determine the compatibility of the computer that it is running on with security update MS10-015.
The tool is designed to determine whether the targeted version of Windows is stable or not, and if it is not stable, whether it is stable for an administrator to manually install the update without first uninstalling other updates. The purpose of the tool is to determine whether the computers in an enterprise environment are compatible with security update MS10-015, and if they are not compatible, to indicate which components are the problematic ones.
The package includes a sample script that you can leverage to automate an enterprise-wide compatibility assessment. The script is located in the \WUProfile folder under the package. The script runs as a scheduled task on each client computer in your environment.
The script uses the Kernel System State Check utility to run compatibility tests on the targeted version of Windows. A return code of zero indicates that the computer is compatible with security update MS10-015.
For each of the targeted Windows versions, the script performs three compatibility tests:
Kernel-mode driver compatibility, and
Device drivers that provide hardware-dependent support for the device that is targeted by the security update.
The compatibility results are reported as HTML formatted messages that you can view in the Scheduled Tasks window of the Task Scheduler. The HTML formatted messages can be saved and sent via e-mail to administrators who are eea19f52d2
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