Originally, we told you about how KB4022719 (a Windows 7 security rollup for June 2017) was causing printing issues. But, now more problems with this particular update have emerged and the following list of problems can also be exhibited by ALL of the following updates:
Security update for Windows 8, June 13, 2017 – KB4022726
Security update for Windows 10, June 13, 2017 – KB4022715
Security update for Windows 10, June 13, 2017 – KB4022725
Security update for Windows 7, June 13, 2017 – KB4022719
Security update for Windows 7, June 13, 2017—KB4022722
Here’s a list of what has been reported to date:
- Some computers cannot install KB4022719. Installation attempts result in errors: E5E03FA, 800706B5, 80073712, and 80004005.
- KB4022719 Causes Internet Explorer to Print Blank Pages – this has been resolved, see: The Fix is in for IE11 Printing Problems After June Security Update
- Taskbar icons disappear
- When searching in Outlook, you get this error: “Something went wrong and your search couldn’t be completed.”, or “Search results may be incomplete because items are still being indexed”.
- When you open an attachment in an email, contact, or task formatted as Rich Text you get the following error: “The program used to create this object is Outlook. That program is either not installed on your computer or it is not responding. To edit this object, install Outlook or ensure that any dialog boxes in Outlook are closed”.
- When opening an attachment that includes consecutive periods (…), or an exclamation point (!), the files are blocked and you receive an Opening Mail Attachment warning.
- When you use a custom form that you have created for Outlook, you see the following two symptoms: VBScript does not run and you get a malicious code warning.
- iCloud fails to load properly in Outlook 2007.
Some workarounds HERE.
If you’re experiencing any of the problems let us know. We think its about time Microsoft fixes its patch quality.
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