As promised, Microsoft today is delivering a new rollup for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 that is intended to fix some glaring issues brought on by the last rollup at the beginning of this month.
This rollup doesn’t solve all the self-introduced problems, but does intend to solve the following…
- Addressed issue where users who are sharing their screen with external or internal customers see a blue screen on the display. This is caused by a Windows Display Driver Model (WDDM) violation.
- Addressed issue where, after installing KB3177725, an Active X control stops working.
- Addressed an issue where Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge printing from a frame may result in 404 not found or blank page printed.
- Addressed issue to update time zone information.
- Addressed a reliability issue in Windows Search.
- Addressed issue where CRM UI may hang when pressing the reply button in mail workflow.
The associated KB article is here: June 27, 2017—KB4022168 (Preview of Monthly Rollup)
Reports have also concluded that Windows 10 also suffers from some of these problems. The Windows 10 cumulative update is still pending.
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