New Windows 10 Low Key Upgrade Causes High Profile Problems

Problems with KB4540673 are getting worse. In a new report, Windows Latest states that multiple users are now facing audio problems (particularly with older sound cards) and uninstalling the update, rolling back to an older version of Windows and reinstalling drivers does not fix it. In addition to this, KB4540673 is resulting in a user profile bug which causes Windows 10 to load a temporary user profile when booting up.

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Users have been able to log back into their original profiles and remove the temporary account, but it’s an irritating fault which also has a depressing sense of deja vu. Beyond these, there are also isolated cases of Internet connectivity problems, freezes and app crashes being reported. Back to the drawing board with this one, Microsoft.

Important additional update news today (via BleepingComputer) with Microsoft announcing it has patched a critical Windows 10 vulnerability in Microsoft Server Message Block 3.1.1 (SMBv3). The update – KB4551762 – patches “a network communication protocol issue that provides shared access to files, printers, and serial ports.” It is rolling out to Windows Update now but can also be manually installed via the Microsoft Update Catalog.

“We recommend that you apply this update to your affected devices with priority,” states Microsoft with the company noting that no real world exploits have been developed, though with the problem now out in the open that will be only a matter of time.

The exploit, known as SMBGhost or EternalDarkness, affects 1903 and 1909 versions of Windows 10 and Windows Server. Edit: following the Bleeping Computer report, there is an excellent analysis of the problem from Davey Winder here.

Introductory Network Training Part 4: Workstation and Server Concepts

The following is a series of articles on networking to explore the difference between a server and a workstation on the same workstation. In previous articles we talked about networking hardware and adjusting TCP IP. Network hardware, such as a network card, was used to physically communicate between two or more computers on the network, while TCP IP is the common language between the two. In this article we will talk more about computers that are connected to the network and their types.

Even if you are not into computer networking, you must have come across terms such as workstation or server. These names are mostly related to the role a computer plays in the network and not much to do with the hardware used. For example, if a computer is introduced as a server on the network, it may not necessarily be the case for certain hardware related to server equipment. You may run and install a server operating system such as Windows Server 2008 on a small PC, and from then on, this PC will act as a server on the network. But always keep in mind that in today’s networks usually due to the workload and the many processes required, the hardware of the server equipment is commonly used, which is commonly known as server networking !! What may confuse the word server on the network is the applications that are technically meant to provide one computer on the network with other computer resources on the network. This can take a simple PC or a PC with very high hardware power. Here we will conclude that even if a computer on the network uses Windows XP but shares a folder or printer on it, it is known as a server on the network. All computers on the network eventually operate in one or more roles on the network, which are summarized in three roles: This can take a simple PC or a PC with very high hardware power. Here we will conclude that even if a computer on the network uses Windows XP but shares a folder or printer on it, it is known as a server on the network. All computers on the network eventually operate in one or more roles on the network, which are summarized in three roles: This can take a simple PC or a PC with very high hardware power. Here we will conclude that even if a computer on the network uses Windows XP but shares a folder or printer on it, it is known as a server on the network. All computers on the network eventually operate in one or more roles on the network, which are summarized in three roles