Software update: Microsoft Visual Studio 2017 15.9.7

Feb

20

2019

Microsoft has released version 15.9.7 of Visual Studio 2017. This popular programming development environment has handy options to make programming easier in Visual C ++, Visual Basic, C #, F #, Python and R, among other things. The entire laundry list of changes to the 2017 edition can be found in the corresponding release notes . The changes to this edition are as follows:

Issues Fixed in 15.9.7

These are the customer-reported issues addressed in 15.9.7:
Crashes when expanding variables !.
/ DEBUG: FASTLINK + C7 + PCH crashes debugger.
Native C ++ application crashes because of stack corruption with US 2017 15.9.2.
Incorrect Release Mode code.
Xamarin Unobserved Task Exception WebRequest.
Link / SOURCELINK option seems to do nothing. This fixes Source Link for Managed C ++ Debugging.
Fixed an issue with corruption or AVX / MPX / AVX512 registers while Debugging.
Update of Microsoft.VCLibs.140.00.UWPDest header framework packages for C ++ UWP DesktopBridge applications adding support for ARM64.
Corrected incorrect version of VCToolsRedistVersion in Microsoft.VCToolsVersion.default.props.
Corrected unsigned embedded dll for VC Redist installers.
SSDT / Web Tools: We fixed an issue where SQL LocalDB was not installed on Polish, Turkish, and Czech locales.
SSDT: We fixed an issue affecting SQL Server Analysis Services.
SSDT: We fixed an accessibility issue which was caused by the High-Contrast mode.
Security Advisory Notices
WorkflowDesigner XOML deserialization allows code execution.
.NET Framework and Visual Studio Spoofing Vulnerability.
Version number 15.9.7
Release status Final
Operating systems Windows 7, Windows Server 2012, Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows Server 2016
Website
Microsoft
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https://www.visualstudio.com/downloads/
License type Freeware / Paid
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