Aggiornamento cumulativo di Aprile 2017 per Windows 7 SP1 e 8.1
Se eseguiteÂ unâ€™installazione pulita di Windows 7 o Windows 8.1, vi aspetterebbero centinaia di aggiornamenti da installare. Per questo motivo, Microsoft ha rilasciatoÂ lâ€™aggiornamento cumulativo di Marzo 2017Â per Windows 7 SP1 e Windows 8.1.
Per Windows 8.1, Microsoft ha rilasciato lâ€™aggiornamento KB4015550Â con il seguente changelog:
- Addressed an issue that was causing Authentication Success and Failure events with Event ID 4768 to not be logged after installing KB4012216.
- Addressed a bug check encountered on Windows Server 2012 R2 Hyper-V hosts with error code 0xE4 after installing KB4012216.
- Addressed issue where a server may fail with STOP 0x3B error leading to data lossÂ when Input Method Editors (IME) like keyboards are installed.
Per Windows 7, Microsoft ha rilasciato lâ€™aggiornamentoÂ KB4015549Â con il seguente changelog:
Installando questo aggiornamento un bug con processori AMD Carrizo e DDR4 impedisce futuri aggiornamenti. Microsoft sta risolvendo il problema.
- The security fixes that are listed in the â€śSummaryâ€ť section of Security Monthly Quality Rollup 4015549 are also included in April 2017 Security Only Quality Update 4015546, with the exception of security fixes for Internet Explorer, which are instead included in the Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer KB4014661. Installing either this March 2017 Security Monthly Quality Rollup or both the March 2017 Security-only Quality update and the Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer will install the security fixes that are listed here.
- This Security Monthly Quality Rollup also includes improvements and fixes from previous monthly rollups. If you use update management processes other than Windows Update and you automatically approve all Security updates classifications for deployment, the April 2017 Security-only Quality Update 4015546, April 2017 Security Monthly Quality Rollup 4015549, and the Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer KB4014661 are deployed. We recommend that you review your update deployment rules to make sure that the desired updates are deployed.