Microsoft has just released security updates and other updates for Microsoft Windows, Office, and other company products.
The updates are available through automatic updating systems, update distribution systems, and also manual download.
It is recommended that you read through our monthly overview of the Patch Day before you download and install any of the updates.
Our overview includes information about all security updates, known issues, download links, and links to support articles that are useful when it comes to finding out more about certain updates released for systems and programs.
Windows Server products
The critical vulnerabilities are all the same in all client and server editions:
Other Microsoft Products
Windows 7 SP1
Windows 10 version 1607
Windows 10 version 1703
Windows 10 version 1709
Windows 10 version 1803
Windows 10 version 1809
Other security updates
Windows 7, Windows 8.1
Virtual Machines may fail to restore successfully after installing the update on AMD Bulldozer Family 15h, AMD Jaguar Family 16h, and AMD Puma Family 16h (second generation) architectures.
Workaround: Shut down of virtual machines before restarting the host.
Windows 10 version 1607 and Server 2016
Lenovo laptops with less than 8 GB of RAM may fail to start.
Workaround: Disable Secure Boot on the PC. If BitLocker is installed, you may need to use BitLocker Recovery.
The cluster service may fail to start after installing KB4467684.
Workaround: Set Minimum Password Length policy to "less than or equal to 14 characters".
SCVMM hosts may not be able to enumerate and manage logical switches deployed on the host.
Workaround: Run mofcomp on Scvmmswitchportsettings.mof and VMMDHCPSvr.mof.
Some users may not be able to pin web links on the Start menu or taskbar.
Also, same local IP connecting issue as Windows 10 version 1809.
Windows 10 version 1703, 1709, 1809
Some users may not be able to load webpages using local IP addresses after installing KB4480116.
Workaround: Add the local IP address to the list of sites in the Trusted Zone.
Windows security updates are distributed via Windows Update, WSUS, and other update management systems that Microsoft supports.
Still, you may do so in the following way:
Updates that Microsoft releases for supported versions of Windows are available on the Microsoft Update Catalog website as well. The links below lead directly to these downloads on the site.
Windows 7 SP1 and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP
Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2
Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016 (version 1607)
Windows 10 (version 1703)
Windows 10 (version 1709)
Windows 10 (version 1803)
Windows 10 (version 1809)
> Microsoft released Servicing Stack Updates for supported versions of Windows.
None were released today.
Are you certain? Microsoft published Servicing Stack Updates for Win 10 v1607, 1703, 1709 and 1803.
Service Stack for Win10, 8.1, 7 and servers
The first hour or so is always problematic as you may run into all kinds of caching or publishing delays or issues.
Yep, thanks. Sorry for the misinformation.
You do have 8220;Microsoft Windows Security Updates *January* 2019 8221; near the top of this February page though. ;-)
Ah, time to roll the dice again.
Thanks, Martin, For this monthly article hopefully Windows 10 version 1803 will soon automatically kick in to update, this month 29 vulnerabilities (from which 3 seem to be critical & also 26 who are important.). Every month I am thinking 8220;Yet again a crazy high amounts of fixes again this month.
Title should really be: 8220;Microsoft Windows Bugs Updates February 2019 overview 8221; 8230; 8230;.
Thanks again Martin for the details.
Whoa! I have set aside all of the Windows hard drives to my many LInux installs.
3 of these would need to be redone from before w7sp1 to resell with Windows.
I guess they will go with Linux or be stripped & recycled.
Thanks M$ 8230;..
Does anyone know if this months updates include telemtry/diagnostics for Windows 7, I just got rid of all of them last month Thanks to an article here at Ghacks with a link to Tweakhound and don 8217;t want anymore from Microsoft. I 8217;m almost tempted to turn off Windows Updates early since there 8217;s less than a year left and would if it wasn 8217;t for Microsoft Security Essentials.
KB4487085 for XP/POSReady 2009 is broken/incorrectly packaged with vista/7 files/components causing boot failures and other app crashes and must be uninstalled to regain functionality.
KB4486463 for XP/POSReady 2009 is broken on uniprocessor/single core/non-HT installs causing looping repeat installs.
whats the best way to uninstall about 800 PCs? this is affecting our machines.
KB4487085 no longer shows on the AU yellow shield.
KB4487085 has been re-released (V2):
Also available via AU/WU/MU (clears it if previously hidden as per usual)
Package files are correctly platformed and versioned now 8211; tested fine
Both KB4486563 (Win7 security monthly quality rollup) and KB4486474 (IE11 cumulative security update) broke our Centricity RIS software today; it 8217;s a medical record system that runs inside IE11.If users click the 8220;Tools 8221; button inside the application, they immediately get kicked out back to the login page so none of the affected users could scan or view documents.
The only fix I could find was to uninstall both updates, as uninstalling only one or the other wouldn 8217;t fix it.Didn 8217;t see any event viewer entries, either.Wish there was an easy way to tell MS about this but there 8217;s no Windows 7 feedback hub.
Yeah, here also a web page stopped working in IE (compatibility view, it is an ancient page)
Are 1809 LTSC updates coming through WSUS yet?I have 8220;LTSB 8221; checked off and the only 1809 updates I see are .net FrameWork updates.No CU 8217;s are coming through.
Update:I don 8217;t know what did the trick, but I did a System Restore, deleted the adapters, restarted the computer, plus a couple other things again that I originally did, and was able to restore the wireless capability.Whew!I know just enough to get me into trouble, and sometimes out of trouble.
can anyone fix 8220;The procedure entry point GetDateFormatEx could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll. 8221; mine is Windows XP
Remove the KB4487085 patch/update.
My web application is not loading properly. I am browsing it using its IP. I have tried adding it up among Trusted site. Still doesn 8217;t work.
4486474 appears to have stopped IE from rendering images with a backslash in the path in our legacy application.
Please assist on checking on this issue as almost 2000 machines are having the same error on installing KB4486463 via sccm