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When saving an answer file for .NET updates, I noticed a line that didn't correspond to a module: "Windows6.1-KB3032655-x64". The culprit seems to be <modules\Components\__dotnet\KB3135983-MSU35SP1-x64.apm>:
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I only noticed it because I'm parsing the answer file with a PowerShell script to slipstream updates to an image, so I don't know if there are any other consequences.
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Nope thats probably a copy paste error from creating the apm. It should be corrected. Until it is corrected on our side you can correct it on your side, although AP will complain about it not being official and re-download it next update you do.. Just change the UniqueID KB number to what the file number says.
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Corrected this issue, that's what happens when you don't double check the changes applied to the modules
Release dated May 3
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