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Windows Server 2019 OOB update fixes reboots, Hyper-V, ReFS bugs

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Microsoft has launched an emergency out-of-band (OOB) replace for Home windows Server 2019 that fixes quite a few important bugs launched through the January 2022 Patch Tuesday.

Quickly after Home windows Server admins put in the January 2022 updates, they began reporting severe issues, together with area controllers getting into into boot loops, Hyper-V now not beginning, L2TP VPN connections failing, and ReFS volumes turning into inaccessible.

The problems have been extreme sufficient that many admins selected to uninstall the updates and forgo the included safety fixes in order that their servers might function accurately once more.

OOB updates for all Server variations launched

Yesterday, Microsoft released OOB updates for Home windows Server 2022, Home windows Server 20H2, Home windows Server 20H1, Home windows Server 2016, and Home windows Server 2012 R2 to repair all of those points.

Microsoft additionally launched safety updates for Home windows 10, Home windows 8, and Home windows 7 working programs to resolve the LT2P connection points.

Nevertheless, the KB5010791 OOB replace for Home windows 2019 was not prepared yesterday and was lastly launched this night with the next fixes:

  • Addresses a identified concern which may trigger IP Safety (IPSEC) connections that comprise a Vendor ID to fail. VPN connections utilizing Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP) or IP safety Web Key Change (IPSEC IKE) may additionally be affected.

  • Addresses a identified concern which may trigger Home windows Servers to restart unexpectedly after putting in the January 11, 2022 replace on area controllers (DCs).

  • Addresses a problem that stops Energetic Listing (AD) attributes from being written correctly throughout a Light-weight Listing Entry Protocol (LDAP) modify operation if you make a number of attribute modifications.

  • Addresses a problem which may stop detachable media that’s formatted utilizing the Resilient File System (ReFS) from mounting or may trigger the detachable media to mount within the RAW file format. This concern happens after putting in the January 11, 2022 Home windows replace.

Microsoft states that the Home windows Server 2019 KB5010791 replace is on the market for Home windows Replace and the Microsoft Catalog. Nevertheless, it’s not presently accessible in WSUS and should be imported manually.

The whole listing of the OOB updates launched to repair the January 2022 bugs are listed under.

The next updates can solely be downloaded and put in through the Microsoft Replace Catalog:

Updates for the next Home windows variations are additionally accessible via Home windows Replace as an elective replace:

  • Home windows 11, model 21H1 (authentic launch): KB5010795
  • Home windows Server 2022: KB5010796
  • Home windows 10, model 21H2: KB5010793
  • Home windows 10, model 21H1: KB5010793
  • Home windows 10, model 20H2, Home windows Server, model 20H2: KB5010793
  • Home windows 10, model 20H1, Home windows Server, model 20H1: KB5010793
  • Home windows 10, model 1909, Home windows Server, model 1909: KB5010792
  • Home windows Server 2019: KB5010791
  • Home windows 10, model 1607, Home windows Server 2016: KB5010790
  • Home windows 10, model 1507: KB5010789
  • Home windows 7 SP1: KB5010798
  • Home windows Server 2008 SP2: KB5010799

Home windows Server admins who put in yesterday’s OOB updates report that they mounted the problems with the January updates.

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