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    arbrich

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    • in reply to: Ready for the new patching year? #2620337

      Definitely an issue with KB5034441 on Windows 10 – multiple machines I test with keep having errors – Try again later when trying to install it.

       

       

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    • in reply to: September patches, Apple headlines and Browsers! #2587385

      Had a Dell Optiplex 7060 that got stuck after reboot on 0% Complete for Windows 11 Pro 22H2 during updates. Ended up shutting system down after 30 mins and after reboot it finished completing the updates. It got stuck but was resolved after power down (even though message said do not shut off power)  – Updates are taking much longer on some machines.

    • in reply to: Are you seeing multiple reboots? #2574216

      Yes, Multiple reboots with Windows 10 22H2

    • in reply to: Master Patch List as of May 9, 2023 #2558330

      Windows 10 22H2 and Windows 11 22H2 (test machine) Installed May updates.
      All is well so far

    • in reply to: March madness here we come #2543539

      After doing a Check for Updates and installing on Windows 10 22H2 the update package (2023-03 (KB5023696) seems to install and then returns to regular screen not requesting a restart ?? Tried Checking for updates again after the updates installed  and then it came back to a Restart now button and screen and Tray ICON for pending restart. Did this on 2 different machines.

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    • in reply to: Master Patch List as of December 13, 2022 #2512073

      #PatchTuesday Business patchers:  Microsoft has indicated that they fixed the memory issue with the LSASS patch but still waiting for community confir
      [See the full post at: Master Patch List as of December 13, 2022]

      Do we have confirmation that the LSASS issue is fixed ??
      As recommended I skipped last months (November) patches on Domain Controller 2012R2.
      Are we clear to install the most current updates that are in the update QUE or do I need to manually pick patches to install to get up to date for December ???
      Any advise as to what us Business patchers should do about our Domain Controllers and Servers is appreciated.

    • in reply to: MS-DEFCON 3: Side effect with Domain patch #2501768

      Yes they are downloaded and waiting but I manually install them.

      So hiding is the best plan ??

      Thanks

       

    • in reply to: MS-DEFCON 3: Side effect with Domain patch #2501441

      If I did not install the original November patches that are sitting in the que waiting should i just hide them and then install December updates once the all clear is given and hopefully they will have a fix built in on those updates for Server 2012R2 ?

    • in reply to: MS-DEFCON 3: Issues with domains #2500384

      Another Business Patcher here. Have a 2012R2 Domain Controller I need to patch.

      If I have NOT installed the November updates yet have they fixed the updates that are being offered and I can I just install now and not worry about the additional manual update or do they not fix the broken updates that are offered and we just need to do both ??

      Thanks for any feedback.

       

       

    • in reply to: MS-DEFCON 4: A very complicated patching month #2421008

      Would it be better to skip updateing Servers all together this month and what are the ramifications as far as patching is concerned for Feb. will the current updates just drop off if they are already downloaded and in que and will the new ones (hopefully fixed in Feb) will include all of January’s fixes without the side effects? What do you reccomend as safest approach?

       

    • in reply to: Removing Subfolders from Outlook 2016 #2420934

      If the above method of unsubscribing IMAP folders does not work check to make sure you do not have any other Clients (Phones, Tablet PCs) that have the folders on them as well.  iPhones will by default setup sub folders  sometimes that then replicate to the server depending on the IMAP Mail and server setting on the Client device. Ran into this quite a few times.

      Good Luck.

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    • in reply to: MS-DEFCON 1: Business patchers be on alert #2420919

      Makes no sense to me that they do not simply pull the bad cumulative patch (or any bad patches for that matter) and replace with the fixed one especially for people who have not installed it yet instead of all this manual work. How inefficient !!! Also be nice if they do some testing once in a while. Microsoft has turned updating into a Nightmare from the depth’s of He”ll”. We are worse off now then we were years ago.

      Guess I am getting OLD……..

      Sorry for the rant – I have been Time Burgled with this !!!

       

       

       

    • Should we patch Servers (2012 R2, 2016, 2019) that are Stand Alone and NOT Domain Controllers or should we wait for the ALL Clear ??

      For Domain Controllers I get more confused the more I read and have NOT patched either of the Domain Controllers (2012R2) that I handle and I am looking for Guidance on exactly how to do this without having to worry about getting caught in a loop and having to run to customers far away and try to figure out how to back things out.

      I do all my updates remotely. I simply have whatever Microsoft has downloaded sitting in Que waiting to be installed and I am looking for step by step guidance on how to update for January.

      Thanks for any responses.

    • in reply to: MS-DEFCON 1: Business patchers be on alert #2419659

      Should we patch Servers (2012 R2, 2016, 2019) that are Stand Alone and NOT Domain Controllers or should we wait for the ALL Clear ??

      For Domain Controllers I get more confused the more I read and have NOT patched either of the Domain Controllers (2012R2) that I handle and I am looking for Guidance on exactly how to do this without having to worry about getting caught in a loop and having to run to customers far away and try to figure out how to back things out.

      I do all my updates remotely. I simply have whatever Microsoft has downloaded sitting in Que waiting to be installed and I am looking for step by step guidance on how to update for January.

      Thanks for any responses.

    • in reply to: MS-DEFCON 1: Business patchers be on alert #2415871

      If the Server 2012 R2 or 2016 or 2019 are set to download the update but set for manual install can’t you simply wait until Microsoft fixes the update and the system will download the fixed update automatically without you having to do anything further until the ALL CLEAR is given then you can proceed to manually install the update ? Thanks for any input.

       

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