Microsoft has released on C-patchday (10/18/2016) cumulative updates for several Windows 10 builds. These updates fixes some issues – especially the SCOM bug.
After shipping security patch MS16-126 on October 11, 2016, administrators are reporting crashes of System Center Operations Manager Management Console (SCOM). Microsoft has confirmed this within the technet blog post System Center Operations Manager Management Console crashes after you install MS16-118 and MS16-126. The two cumulative updates listed below are fixes this SCOM crashes after installing update KB3192440.
Update KB3200068 for Windows 10 Version 1511
Update KB3200068 (Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1511: October 18, 2016) contains fixes for several issues and replaces update KB3192441. The installation requires a restart. The patch addresses the following issues:
- Fix for SCOM crash caused by KB3192440.
- After you install KB3185319 and set Microsoft Internet Explorer 11, Internet Explorer 10, or Internet Explorer 9 as the default browser, you receive a File Download – Security Warning prompt when you try to access the Favorites menu.
The update is available via Microsoft Update Catalog. The size is 549 MB (x86) and 1.057 MB (x64).
Update KB3199125 for Windows 10 RTM
Also update KB3199125 (System Center Operations Manager management console crashes after you install KB3192440 in Windows 10) addresses the SCOM crash after installing update KB3192440. The update is available via Windows Update and via Microsoft Update Catalog. The installation requires a restart.
Microsoft has updated article System Center Operations Manager Management Console crashes after you install MS16-118 and MS16-126 and describes the hotfix.
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