• Master Patch List as of June 13, 2023

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    I’ve updated the Master Patch list for the May releases. Remember to always review the known issues we are tracking on the Master Patch List. I will k
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    Susan Bradley Patch Lady/Prudent patcher

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    • #2566229


      Chrome may have some issues after the June updates – I can’t repro this so it may be triggered by Malwarebytes? Bottom line more info is needed.

      Malwarebytes staff said yesterday that they’re working on an update that will address this problem:


      Meanwhile, in that same thread, they provided alternative workarounds;
      1. Set Chrome as default browser, or
      2. Turn off Chrome as a protected application in Malwarebytes Settings (Security tab)

      Windows 11 Pro version 22H2 build 22621.2359 + Microsoft 365 + Edge

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    • #2566237

      Does this bug affect Win 10 or just Win 11? Seemed that the Chrome forum discussion only mentioned issues with Win 11.


    • #2566240

      How do you deploy manual registry keys?  How do you know which ones to use?  Why didn’t MS do this themselves in the update if it was so important?  I wasted some time looking for the key(s).

      Sorry, I don’t have Chrome (or Edge either).  I had to deploy (erase) manual registry keys for Edge.  For that matter, I don’t have MalwareBytes.


      • #2566251

        Don’t do anything yet. Things are still being sorted. Your question and the thread regarding patches is here:

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      • #2566290

        Honestly for a home/consumer/standalone not in an active directory domain I will not be recommending these registry keys.

        I’m still researching business impact.

        Susan Bradley Patch Lady/Prudent patcher

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        • #2566475

          Kb now says

          IMPORTANT The resolution described in this article introduces a potential breaking change. Therefore, we are releasing the change disabled by default with the option to enable it. In a future release, this resolution will be enabled by default. We recommend that you validate this resolution in your environment. Then, as soon as it is validated, enable the resolution as soon as possible.

          this was not in the original release

          come on Microsoft -this is lousy communication

          Susan Bradley Patch Lady/Prudent patcher

          • #2566479


            This makes no sense.  I have several questions, but I will wait to see your solution/explanation.



    • #2566906

      Kernel patch only must delivery for Intel/amd/arm

    • #2567152

      Azure Stack HCI 21H2/22H2 got June cumulative update (KB5027225)

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