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        woody
        Da Boss

        Patching bugs this month ran quite the gamut, from a buggy patch for paying Win7 customers to a “move fast and break things” server bug in Outlook. Th
        [See the full post at: Where we stand with the July 2020 patches]

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        anonymous
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        Strangely, it seems that there was no patch C/D for the new Windows 10 2004 ….. only if it’s tomorrow ….

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          woody
          Da Boss

          That’s correct. See the article.

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            EP
            AskWoody_MVP

            there was a “delay” for the upcoming KB4568831 patch for v2004, which was in the beta channel (formerly slow ring) starting 7/24 and which used to be build 19041.421 [build 19042.421 for 20H2] but recently got revised as build 19041.423 [build 19042.423 for 20H2] on TH 7/30.

            we’ll see this Friday 7/31 if MS will officially release the KB4568831 fix (v2004’s “C/D” patch)

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