KB4345418 and KB4054566 cause some error on Windows 10 system
On July 16, Microsoft pushed two patches, KB4345418 and KB4054566, to Windows Update to fix the problems caused by the Patch Tuesday update this month, while improving overall performance. The embarrassing thing is that Microsoft still can’t get rid of the upgrade cycle – the old problem may not wholly repair, and the new issue will come. First and foremost is KB4345418, an incremental update package for Windows 10 Anniversary Update (1607) and Server 2016.
“Even with the updated patch on Server 2016 (KB4345418) is still causing an issue with AADConnect servers that triggers a 100% CPU spike on some of the Health and Reporting monitoring services, only fix at this point is to uninstall the latest update. It seems to impact at least 2012 and 2016 servers.”
There are also other reports that uninstalling patches can avoid specific problems —such as the failure of Remote Desktop Services caused by Windows 10 patches, even if it causes the computer to lose some of its security.
The company has not acknowledged new user new problems encountered after the July 16 update. It is expected that the next batch of Windows device patches will arrive on August 14th (Patch Tuesday), and I hope that Microsoft can eliminate these bugs as soon as possible.