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MS fixes ‘external database’ bug with rags that have even some-more bugs

Yesterday, Thursday, a date that will live in infamy, Microsoft unleashed rags for 5 versions of Windows. They were ostensible to repair a widely reported bug in all of a mainstream Oct Windows confidence rags that gave arise to a fraudulent “Unexpected blunder from outmost database driver” message.

It’s too early to consider all of a damage, though reports from many corners contend installing these new rags brings behind old, unpatched versions of many files. If we commissioned one of a rags from yesterday, best to uninstall it. Now.

Patch Thursday, Nov. 2, brought 5 Windows updates (thx, @MrBrian):

  • KB 4052234 for Windows 7 SP1 and Server 2008 R2 SP1
  • KB 4052235 for Windows Server 2012
  • KB 4052233 for Windows 8.1 and Server 2012 R2
  • KB 4052232 for Windows 10 Fall (“November”) Update, chronicle 1511
  • KB 4052231 for Windows 10 Anniversary Update, chronicle 1607, and Server 2016

That’s an peculiar list for dual reasons.

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