No idea, sorry. I went through what I have and checked all the patches to see if they were pre-req's or superseded. I do this to keep my Windows 10 installation ISO up to date to save time when doing clean installs.
Originally Posted by win10fan
For example cumulative patch kb3093266 supersedes earlier cumulative patches KB3095020, KB3081455, KB3081448.
Maybe it is easier to try to let Windows download and then if it fails get whatever it was trying from the Windows Update Catalog.
The downloads are always in this format (just replace the nnnnnn with the KB number)