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  • Microsoft releases multiple fixes for CRM 2011 bugs, including Win10 emergency KB 4016635

    Posted on March 23rd, 2017 at 06:00 woody Comment on the AskWoody Lounge

    Note that none of these patches are going out through Windows Update (at least, not yet). You have to download and install them manually.

    That makes three cumulative updates for Win10 Anniversary Update in the past eight days.

    Details at InfoWorld Woody on Windows.

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    • #103582 Reply

      woody
      Da Boss

      That makes three cumulative updates for Win10 Anniversary Update in the past eight days. Article coming in InfoWorld.
      [See the full post at: Microsoft releases multiple fixes for CRM 2011 bugs, including Win10 emergency KB 4016635]

    • #103584 Reply

      woody
      Da Boss

      Günter Born just posted this on Born’s Tech and Windows world:

      Currently the ’life time’ for Windows 10 updates are trending to days – which indicates, that something is going terrible wrong at Microsoft. Either the quality control for updates are non existent – or the Windows as a service and complexity of the Windows 10 eco system is to high to be handled from Microsoft in a serious way. This isn’t a good sign for Windows 10 – imho.

      +1

       

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    • #103585 Reply

      radosuaf
      AskWoody Lounger

      How can you expect to handle a complicated desktop OS just as Google handles Android? You don’t have to graduate MIT to know these are quite different – thousands, millions of possible configs, countless programs – it just won’t work that way. Especially if you expect home users (as neatly pointed out by Noel) to do beta testing for enterprises.

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    • #103588 Reply

      anonymous

      From https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/894199/description-of-software-update-services-and-windows-server-update-services-changes-in-content-for-2017:

      “This is a summary of the new and changed content scheduled for release on Wednesday, March 22, 2017.

      New nonsecurity content:

      Update for Internet Explorer (KB4016446)

      Locale: All
      Deployment: WSUS and Catalog
      Classification: Updates, Non-Security
      Target platforms: Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows Embedded Standard 7, Windows 7, and Windows Server 2008 R2”

      KB4016446 – “Forms in Dynamics CRM 2011 are broken after KB 4013073 for Internet Explorer 11 is installed” – https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4016446/forms-in-dynamics-crm-2011-are-not-displayed-correctly-after-kb-401307.

      KB4016446 is not available on Windows Update, but is available on Microsoft Update Catalog and WSUS.

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      • #103592 Reply

        woody
        Da Boss

        You’re absolutely correct. Thank you!

      • #103595 Reply

        Microfix
        AskWoody MVP

        Once again sir, thank you!

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    • #103589 Reply

      anonymous

      Still no sign of the Excel 2010-crash-fix.

      • #103593 Reply

        woody
        Da Boss

        Correct. That’s from a different team inside Microsoft.

    • #103598 Reply

      Microfix
      AskWoody MVP

      Woody/ PKCano, I’m assuming there will be an updated list on March patches once the dust has settled on patches fixing patches?

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    • #103599 Reply

      zero2dash
      AskWoody Lounger

      It’s so nice to sit and wait on updates while everyone else’s heads spin trying to update their systems. Ah, finally being lazy smart has paid off. 😀

    • #103603 Reply

      Noel Carboni
      AskWoody_MVP

      After a longer than usual wait, WUShowHide claims no updates are available…

      NoWin10Updates

      The Settings App confirms it:

      NoWin10UpdatesViaSettings

      Does this imply another change to the landscape (e.g., something offered has been rescinded), or that not everyone is getting the updates, or…?

      On this test system, I have previously installed these KBs:

      HotFixID InstalledOn
      ——– ———–
      KB3176936 8/24/2016
      KB3199986 11/6/2016
      KB3202790 11/8/2016
      KB3209498 12/13/2016
      KB3214628 1/11/2017
      KB3211320 1/27/2017
      KB4010250 3/6/2017
      KB4013418 3/14/2017
      KB4014329 3/14/2017
      KB3150513 3/16/2017
      KB4015438 3/20/2017

      -Noel

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      • #103612 Reply

        PKCano
        Da Boss

        I didn’t see any updates on my AUs this morning either.

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      • #103666 Reply

        woody
        Da Boss

        Looks like the KB 4016635 patch is NOT being distributed through Windows Update.

        I’m surprised to find the KB 4015438 patch (14393.969) being distributed through Windows Update on my main machine this morning.

         

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        • #103673 Reply

          Noel Carboni
          AskWoody_MVP

          I’m surprised to find the KB 4015438 patch (14393.969) being distributed through Windows Update on my main machine this morning.

          And yet that one came to me 3 days ago.

          I’m thinking there are server load balancing processes at work here.

          -Noel

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        • #103682 Reply

          PKCano
          Da Boss

          I’m on 14393.969 also as of several days ago through WU.

        • #103816 Reply

          ch100
          AskWoody_MVP

          This round of updates for Windows 10 is a funny one.
          I am aware of 1607 which I use and indirectly by the other OS versions.
          KB4015438 is distributed via Windows Update and not by WSUS – addresses some issues, home user related but not all
          KB4016635 is distributed via WSUS and not Windows Update – this one addresses the CRM issue, of Enterprise interest, but also all previous issues fixed by KB4015438

          There are few other WSUS updates released yesterday/today depending on timezone, very likely all of them are related and address the CRM issues with Internet Explorer 11.

          To clarify, regular updates are released at the same time for Windows Update and managed tools like WSUS, this distinction or confusion is what makes the current round unusual.

          For most users who may get confused by the flood of new updates coming and being advertised here, the best action is to hold until Woody says it is alright to install, i.e. MS-DEFCON 3 or higher, which will be advised in due time, by the end of the current month.

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    • #103624 Reply

      ch100
      AskWoody_MVP

      This update includes quality improvements. No new operating system features are being introduced in this update. Key changes include:

      Addressed a known issue with KB4013429 that caused form display issues with CRM 2011 on Internet Explorer 11.
      Addressed the issue with KB4013429 that prevents users from updating apps from Windows Store with 0x80070216 error.

      The second fix might be more useful to most readers here who are on Windows 10.
      It looks like a limited release though, no need to panic or rush into installing it if it is not offered on Windows Update and not an Enterprise user being affected by the CRM bug.

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      • #103823 Reply

        PhotM
        AskWoody Plus

        See those others HERE:

        https://www.askwoody.com/forums/forum/admins/wsus-sccm-and-windows-update-management/

        Did I get all of them….. :?HUUUM?: 🙂

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    • #103683 Reply

      anonymous

      anyone else noticed that DmWapPushService runs when searching for updates on windows 10 starting today? have seen it on two machines DeviceManagement-Pushrouter in the eventviewer.

       

      have not seen this happening since actually installing the anni update

    • #103813 Reply

      anonymous

      I installed and tested the update on a few computers and it seems to have fixed the gris issue and the text box size issue so we will have to see if it’s covered everthing or not.

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      anonymous
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        PhotM
        AskWoody Plus

        No, it is not… Where did you want it to go???

        If one then clicks this LINK:

        Comment on the AskWoody Lounge here.

        You end up here….. :confused:

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        Graphics Radeon RX 580, Neither Over Clocked

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        1. NUC 5i7 2cores, 4 Thread, Memory 8GB, 3.1 GHz, M2SSD 140GB
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      • #103895 Reply

        woody
        Da Boss

        The link at the top – the one that’s automatically generated – is wrong.

        Long story, but it’s an after-effect of installing the SEO package, which is supposed to improve search engine indexing.

        The devs should fix it shortly. Meantime, the link in the text at the top of the post seems OK.

    • #104047 Reply

      anonymous

      These new patches for Win 10 and Win 7 also fix the IE8 Compatibility Mode (also known as IE8 Enterprise Mode for those who use it) issues that were created by the IE11 Cumulative this month.

    • #104763 Reply

      anonymous

      For those deploying via SCCM (using WSUS) – note that the two patches that were superseded for Win10 ver 1511 (4013198) and 1607 (4013429) – they were classified as “security updates”.  Microsoft has superseded them with non-security “updates” – 4016635 and 4016636.  Is Microsoft going to change all Win10 cumulative security updates to “updates”?  This messes with my deployment ruleset.

      • #104944 Reply

        woody
        Da Boss

        I think we’ll see those hotfixes rolled into cumulative updates in the future.

        I hope.

    • #104846 Reply

      anonymous

      One question, if I’m not experiencing issues, would installing 4016446 be necessary now or will the fix (which can’t hurt to have eventually, of course) be included in the April cumulative IE update?

      But on that note, anybody else unable to go to the Update Catalog? Tried last evening, with the link straight to the search results page, it initially loaded but immediately switched to an error. If I hit stop immediately after the page loaded, the error didn’t appear anymore and I could even open the update details popup (needing again to immediately hit Esc to be able to read anything, otherwise it switched to error), but download button did nothing. Today I don’t even get that far, search results page attempts to load for a few seconds, then error directly:

      Error The website has encountered a problem
      [Error number: 8DDD0010]
      There is a problem with the page you are looking for, and it cannot be displayed.
      Please try the following:
      Contact the Web site administrator and inform them that this error has occurred for this Web page address.

      Other pages (like going just to http://www.catalog.update.microsoft.com or to the help page):

      Error The website has encountered a problem
      [Error number: 8DDD0020]
      The website has encountered a problem and cannot display the page you are trying to view. The options provided below might help you solve the problem.
      For self-help options:
      Frequently Asked Questions Help and Support

      That being in FF 52.0.1.

      • #104854 Reply

        anonymous

        The fixes in KB4016446 will very likely be included in April’s patches. There is no need to install KB4016446 unless you are affected by the issue(s).

        It’s not rare that I get the “The website has encountered a problem” error message when trying to use Microsoft Update Catalog.

      • #104945 Reply

        woody
        Da Boss

        It’s working for me now. Perhaps you hit some sort of transient glitch?

        • #105013 Reply

          anonymous

          Nope, it’s a setting issue. Actually from following your earlier tips for FF settings. Disabling DOM storage causes that to happen, changed them back one by one to track it down, since the issue wasn’t going away.

    • #104911 Reply

      anonymous

      We’ve got a user with Windows 10 who has not gotten KB4016635 through windows update, and instead is still on KB4015438. This is a problem, because we need him to have the CRM fix. Anyone know why this is happening, and/or how to fix it?

      • #104914 Reply

        PKCano
        Da Boss

        It is available through the MS Update Catalog
        http://www.catalog.update.microsoft.com/Search.aspx?q=KB4016635

        • #104922 Reply

          anonymous

          Thanks for the link!

          I confess that I’m hesitant to use it though. Is there any way this could harm my user’s system, or some important reason Microsoft wouldn’t distribute this update to my user?

          • #104927 Reply

            PKCano
            Da Boss

            If the update does not apply to the general public, MS may distribute it through the Catalog as a “hotfix” for the people who need it and then MAY incorporate it into later WU updates.

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