Posted on January 6th, 2017 at 07:32 28 comments
Reports are spreading.
InfoWorld Woody on Windows
So, anybody care to guess how Microsoft will handle this problem? We appear to have three Win10 cumulative updates and four Win7/8.1 monthly patches, all with the same bug. It’s not a big deal, unless you’re using the Active Directory Admin Center (or SCCM).
I see a few possibilities:
- “Patch” ADAC (which probably isn’t broken)
- Post a manual workaround and forget about it
- Post hotfixes for the Win10 versions, or at least 1607
- Re-release the Win7 and 8.1 patches
Let’s see how MS reacts.
Thanks to Paul and MH.Windows Patches/Security KB 3205383, KB 3205386, KB 3205394, KB 3205400, KB 3205401, KB 3206632, KB 3207752
Posted on December 14th, 2016 at 05:52 61 comments
In general, yesterday’s cumulative update to Win10 Anniversary Update – build 14393.576 – is behaving itself. As far as I can see, it solves that mysterious internet connection dropping bug.
A few problems remain.
InfoWorld Woody on Windows.
Oy. I’m seeing even more misinformation posted. Could somebody knock these folks upside the head?
See any other “Microsoft broke DHCP with a recent Windows update” drivel? We don’t know how the bug originated, but it most certainly didn’t result from a “recent Windows update.” Please post a link in the comments. Fake news. Mumble mumble.Windows Patches/Security 14393.576, 3.99 TB bug, KB 3206632, Rename folder bug, Wi-Fi doesn't have a valid IP configuration, windowsupdate.log