Patchday: Updates For Windows 7 8.1 Server July 10, 2018 UPDATED
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Patchday: Updates for Windows 7 8.1 Server July 10, 2018
Microsoft released a series of security and non-security updates for Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and Windows Server on July 10, 2018. These updates address various issues and improve the overall reliability of the operating system.
The updates are available through Windows Update or the Microsoft Update Catalog. Users can also download and install them manually from the Microsoft Download Center.
Here is a summary of the updates released for each version of Windows:
Windows 7 SP1 and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1: KB4338818 (Monthly Rollup) and KB4338823 (Security-only update)
Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2: KB4338815 (Monthly Rollup) and KB4338824 (Security-only update)
Windows Server 2012: KB4338830 (Monthly Rollup) and KB4338820 (Security-only update)
The updates include fixes for vulnerabilities in various components of Windows, such as Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Windows Kernel, Windows Graphics, Windows Shell, Windows Installer, and more. They also resolve issues with network connectivity, time zone information, Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP), and other features.
Users are advised to install the updates as soon as possible to protect their systems from potential attacks. However, some users may encounter issues with the updates, such as installation failures or problems with certain functionalities. Microsoft has acknowledged some of these issues and provided workarounds or solutions on its support site.
For more information about the updates and their known issues, users can visit the following links:
Windows 7 SP1 and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 update history
Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2 update history
Windows Server 2012 update history
Some of the issues that users reported after installing the July 2018 updates are:
Some devices may experience a blue screen error with stop code 0xD1 when running network monitoring workloads.
The SQL Server service may fail to restart with the error \"Tcp port is already in use\" after installing the updates.
The World Wide Web Publishing Service (W3SVC) may remain in a \"stopping\" state and cannot be stopped or restarted after an administrator tries to stop it.
Some .NET Framework updates may fail to install with error 0x80092004 due to certificate issues.
Microsoft has released new updates to address these issues for Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and Windows Server. Users who are affected by these issues should install the new updates as soon as possible to resolve them.
Users who have not installed the July 2018 updates yet should also install the new updates to avoid encountering these issues. However, users should always back up their data and create a system restore point before installing any updates.
Users who encounter any other issues with the updates can report them to Microsoft through the Feedback Hub app or the Microsoft Support website. Users can also uninstall the updates if they cause serious problems that cannot be fixed by other means. aa16f39245