Today on the Volume License Service Center (VLSC) we released the media for:
This is the final part of the release cycle that included the release via MSDN on the 2nd and Windows Update on the 8th. The VLSC and MSDN updated media does not contain the complete set of fixes that are offered from Windows Update. Therefore, Windows Update and WSUS will offer the Update again to devices that are deployed by using this media. This is expected and does not result in the full reinstallation of the Update but only a small component of it. The rest of the update will not be downloaded or reinstalled.
Separately we have discovered an issue with the VSLC and MSDN media that will impact a very small number of our customers using Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) with very specific settings to keep their devices updated. If affected, the devices will not receive future updates released by Microsoft. This issue will only impact customers utilizing WSUS configured in the following very specific, non-default way:
If you have this configuration then we recommend that you read KB2959977 for remediation guidance.
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You would first need to update from Windows 8 to Windows 8.1, which isn't something you can do offline to an existing WIM image. Instead, you would need to install Windows 8 from that DVD and then update it to Windows 8.1 via the Windows Store. The version of Windows 8.1 installed by the Windows Store would contain Windows 8.1 Update.
If you had a Windows 8.1 DVD, then yes, you could inject the Windows 8.1 Update.
Is there a way to integrate Windows 8.1 Update with a retail Win 8 DVD (contains install.wim) using DISM?