Microsoft has now unveiled a new cumulative update with a December 20, 2016 time stamp. This update is available as a stand-alone package and isn’t part of the automated Windows Update mechanism.
According to the just-released KB article (KB3213522) – which includes a link to download the update…
This update fixes an issue that was introduced in the December 13, 2016 release (KB3206632) in which the Virtual Machine Manager (VMM) installation takes more time than expected, and the installation may fail on the initial attempt.
Apparently, this CU was made available only to as a hotfix for the VMM issue but due to Microsoft’s new “everything comes in a cumulative update” policy, customers will need to download the bulk file to solve an issue missed by Microsoft’s quality agents.
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