Microsoft released a new cumulative update for the company's Windows 10 operating system, KB4016635 that patches two issues.
The update is not available through Windows Update, but exclusively available on the Microsoft Update Catalog. It is unclear right now whether Microsoft will make it available through Windows Update at a later point in time.
The new update replaces the previously released update KB4015438 which Microsoft released on March 20, 2017. The previous update fixed two crash and hang issues in the operating system that affected MPEG2 playback if Microsoft libraries were used for that, and systems with Switch Embedded Teaming (SET) enabled.
The cumulative update KB4016635 for Windows 10 version 1607 (Anniversary Update) and Windows Server 2016 increases the build number of the operating system to 14393.970.
The update fixes the following two issues:
Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016 users who are affected by the issue in CRM 2011 are advised to install the cumulative update as soon as possible to resolve the issue.
The cumulative update fixes a Windows Store issue that prevented users from updating applications as well.
The 64-bit version of the update has a size of 1062.7 Megabyte, the 32-bit version which is only available for Windows 10 and not Windows Server 2016, a size of 569.2 Megabyte.
Microsoft did release a patch for Internet Explorer 11 as well that fixes the issue on earlier versions of Windows. You can find out more about the patch on the KB4016446 support page on the Microsoft website.
Forms in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 are not displayed correctly after KB 4013073 is installed on a Windows system that is running Internet Explorer 11.
KB 4013073 is a cumulative security update for Internet Explorer 11 that's dated March 14, 2017. The affected Windows versions are Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (SP1), and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1.
You can download the patch for Internet Explorer 11 on the Microsoft Update Catalog site. It is available there for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1, and Windows Server 2008 R2, and Windows Server 2012 R2.
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