Microsoft pulls Windows updates back after reports about bugs




Microsoft has removed the KB3004394 update to Windows systems. The reason for this was that many Windows 7 users have reported problems after installing the update. A Windows Update for Exchange is offline.

KB3004394 is an update to the issue of root certificates in Windows, but made after rolling out Tuesday with many Windows 7 users to problems. So could be different drivers not installed and worked various software no longer properly. This involves, among other things built-in software such as Windows Defender and the task manager, as set Anandtech.

According to Microsoft, there is an update already rolled removing KB3004394 Windows systems. That should be the problems that Windows 7 users have reported solve. AMD had already advised not to install the conscious Windows update, or uninstall.

Furthermore, there is an update retrieved meant for Exchange and Outlook. After installing the update could some users of Outlook in Exchange Server environments not connect to the server anymore. Once the problem has been reproduced by Microsoft and repaired, a new update will be rolled out, as did the Redmond company announced .


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