Ivanti Patch News Bulletin: KB4022720 has been released by Microsoft. 3-JUL-2017

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    • (July 3, 2017) KB4022720 has been released by Microsoft. This non-security update includes improvements and fixes that were a part of Monthly Rollup KB4022726 (released June 13, 2017)
      • Includes these new quality improvements as a preview of the next Monthly Rollup update:           
        • Addressed issue where applications stop receiving SNMP traps after a random time. When this happens, no application can receive SNMP traps. A restart of the computer will temporarily resolve the issue.
        • Addressed issue to provide Server Message Block version 1 auditing on Windows Server 2012 R2.
        • Addressed issue where multiple tenant VMs reboot when one or more solid-state drives (SSDs) are removed from pool 1 of the Cloud Platform System (CPS) rack.
        • 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 where certutil.exe can no longer generate an EPF file when attempting to recover a key for a version 1 certificate.
        • Addressed an issue where MPIO failover stops after a disk has been surprise removed, identified by Event ID 157: "Disk X has been surprised removed" when there are still viable paths to use. Scenario may occur when the newly selected path belongs to the disk that has been surprised removed.
        • Addressed issue where a server crash causes loss of access to files and requires full recoveries for mirrored data.
        • Addressed issue with NTFS error event, ID:55, that occurs when using Unified Write Filter in DISK mode.
        • Addressed issue where, when running ChkDsk on a volume that has several million files, ChkDsk may take several weeks to complete and appears to be stuck in Stage 3.
        • Updated the Access Point Name database.
        • Addressed issue where, when a system resumes from sleep, printers appear offline over Wi-Fi networks even though they are online. This occurs on Wi-Fi networks that are susceptible to dropped packets.
        • Addressed issue where a race condition causes an NFS server error (0x0000000A) when an NFS client mounts and unmounts an NFS share.
        • Addressed issue where stop error 0x50 may occur when querying the clients that are connected to a Network File System (NFS) in Windows Server 2012 R2.
        • Addressed issue where the svchost.exe process, which hosts the Remote Desktop gateway service, crashes. In the application log, application error 1000 occurs, and the faulting module points to c:\windows\system32\aaedge.dll. This restarts the Remote Desktop gateway service, which causes Remote Desktop connections to drop.
        • Addressed issue where intermittently, Remote Desktop sessions can stall on logoff when winlogon.exe is blocked waiting on DWM.exe. The blockage is due to a timing issue that halts DWM.exe. User sessions cannot be reused, and the Remote Desktop server must be rebooted to clear the stalled session(s).
        • Addressed issue that causes users to lose network access when Accelerated Networking (single root I/O virtualization (SR-IOV)) is enabled on guest Virtual Machines (VM). The netvsc_vfpp protocol provides IO virtualization functionality for NICs that support SR-IOV. If the protocol is removed and multiple NICs are attached to a guest VM, network access is lost.
        • Addressed issue to update time zone information.
        • Updated IDNA table to support resolving the latest Unicode emoji characters from punycode.
        • Addressed issue with performance degradation when multiple clients connect to LDAP using SSL/certificate based authentication.
        • Addressed a reliability issue in Windows Search.
        • Addressed issue where CRM UI may hang when pressing the reply button in mail workflow.
              
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    New Vulnerabilities         

    • Vulnerability ID – 4022720_MSU

      Changed Vulnerabilities         

      • Vulnerability ID – 4019217_MSU
        • (Added the replacement information.)

      New Patch Downloads      

      • windows8.1-kb4022720-x86.msu
      • windows8.1-kb4022720-x64.msu

       

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