After the first round of updates this month, the Exchange Team at Microsoft warned customers about the patches, stating that installing them on Windows Servers would cause Exchange to stop functioning.
Microsoft has now delivered new updates and the Exchange Team has confirmed that this should resolve the Exchange server issues…
We wanted to provide you an update on resolving this issue.
The Windows team has removed all bad packages from Windows Update and systems should no longer attempt to download an update which exposes this problem. New updates are being published through Windows Update and should be available for all operating systems by end of day July 17th. The Exchange Team recommends that customers use Windows Update or update the catalogs on their own SUS servers to ensure the latest version of the update is available for installation on your Exchange Servers. Doing so will avoid any possible disruption to the MSExchangeTransport service which was impacted by the July 10th update.
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