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    • #133401 Reply

      PKCano
      AskWoody MVP

        Both Outlook 2007 and 2010 security patches for September have been implicated in switching languages — Swedish menus in the Hungarian version,
      [See the full post at: Outlook 2007 KB4011086 expired, KB4011110 seems to be the replacement]

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    • #133409 Reply

      MrBrian
      AskWoody MVP

      From https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4011086/descriptionofthesecurityupdateforoutlook2007september12-2017:

      “After you install this security update, Outlook may display mixed languages in the user interface. To fix this issue, follow these steps:

      Uninstall security update 4011086. Read the following section for information about how to do this.

      Install Security Update for Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 (KB4011110).”

      • This reply was modified 2 months ago by  MrBrian.
      • #133432 Reply

        anonymous

        So Microsoft cannot automate it’s own fix properly (KB4011110 automatically uninstalling KB4011086 prior it’s own installation).

        Jump though that hoop, jump! (whiplash sound)

        What a mess… (sigh)

    • #133413 Reply

      Cybertooth
      AskWoody Lounger

      4011086 is still showing up for me on Windows Update, while 4011110 is not. Should I hide 4011086 and wait for 4011110 to make its appearance?

       

      • #133414 Reply

        MrBrian
        AskWoody MVP

        I am seeing KB4011110 but not KB4011086. I have not installed the September updates yet.

      • #133486 Reply

        Bob99
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        @cybertooth:

        If you have hidden KB4011086, go back into Windows Update and unhide it. That should force Windows Update to do a new scan for it and any replacements that have superseded it, at which time you should see KB4011110 instead of KB4011086. I haven’t installed any updates yet and just ran Windows Update before posting this and it came back with 4011110 instead of 4011086. As a side note, when I did have 4011086 showing up in the list, it was unchecked meaning that either MS knew something was up with it or wanted it to be installed all by itself.

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        • #133508 Reply

          Cybertooth
          AskWoody Lounger

          I never did hide 4011086, but when I came back to my PC this morning (left it turned on overnight) and clicked on the Windows Updates icon in the notification area, this time it was 4011110 that was listed. So my list of patches is now up to date.

           

    • #133421 Reply

      MrBrian
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    • #133459 Reply

      Ed
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      STOP THE PRESS!

      There appears to be conflicting information between this article and the MS article on which update needs to be uninstalled before installing KB4011110 depending on the OS you have.

      The MS link provided above states to uninstall KB3191855 for Vista and Win 7… and KB4011086 is listed to uninstall for Windows 10, 8, 8.1 and XP.

      Something doesn’t sound right here, I’ve seen no previous mention anywhere about uninstalling KB3191855.

      • This reply was modified 2 months ago by  Ed.
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      • #133463 Reply

        MrBrian
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        I’m pretty sure that the reference to KB3191855 in that article should have been KB4011086.

        • #133473 Reply

          Ed
          AskWoody Lounger

          I’m “pretty sure” too as KB3191855 is an Excel update from 3/2017, and only MS would know why they posted that. Regardless… that’s what’s in there as you can clearly see in PKCano’s screen shot.

          I wouldn’t expect anybody from M$ to be proof reading as it shows “Revision 18” at the bottom of the article. However, I’m surprised nobody else HERE noticed the discrepancy.

          • #133474 Reply

            MrBrian
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            I reported issue to Microsoft via the KB4011086 page.

          • #133497 Reply

            PKCano
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            I put a correction note in the main blog post and in the quote from the MS page below

      • #133464 Reply

        PKCano
        AskWoody MVP

        Correction to the link on the main blog post for the uninstallation:

        Known issues in this security update

        After you install this security update, Outlook may display mixed languages in the user interface. To fix this issue, follow these steps:

        1. Uninstall security update 4011086. Read the following section for information about how to do this.
        2. Install Security Update for Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 (KB4011110).

        How to uninstall this update

        Windows 10

        1. Go to Start, enter View Installed Updates in the Search Windows box, and then press Enter.
        2. In the list of updates, locate and select update KB4011086, and then select Uninstall.

        Windows 8 and Windows 8.1

        1. Swipe in from the right edge of the screen, and then tap Search. If you’re using a mouse, point to the lower-right corner of the screen, and then select Search.
        2. Enter windows update, select Windows Update, and then select Installed Updates.
        3. In the list of updates, locate and select update KB4011086, and then select Uninstall.

        Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP

        1. Go to Start, enter Run, and then select Run.
        2. Enter Appwiz.cpl, and then select OK.
        3. Use one of the following procedures, depending on the operating system that you’re running.

        Windows 7 and Windows Vista

        1. Click View installed updates.
        2. In the list of updates, locate and select update KB3191855 KB4011086, and then click Uninstall.

        Windows XP

        1. Select View installed updates.
        2. In the list of updates, locate and select update KB4011086, and then select Uninstall.

        NOTE: There is an error for Windows 7 and Windows Vista. The correct patch to uninstall is KB4011086

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      • #133568 Reply

        MrBrian
        AskWoody MVP

        Microsoft fixed the erroneous text.

    • #134336 Reply

      Noel Carboni
      AskWoody MVP

      I wonder what happens if one doesn’t uninstall the “bad” Office update…

      I am not seeing any mixed languages in Outlook 2010, and Office in general is working fine for me.

      My “if it works don’t fix it” life philosophy is conflicting with my “what if” tingly spider sense…

      -Noel

    • #133477 Reply

      anonymous

      I remember when applying Windows updates for most folks was a quick, once-a-month task. Microsoft has now turned such maintenance into a Full-Time Job requiring consumers to have research, quality assurance and risk management skills.  It would be laughable if it wasn’t such a sad state of affairs.

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