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This Windows Server update is causing a bunch of problems



Microsoft was forced to pull the patches for multiple versions of Windows Server, after they ended up breaking broke multiple key features.

The January Windows Server cumulative updates that addressed numerous critical bugs, security vulnerabilities and different flaws, have had to be recalled as they introduced bugs that forced domain controllers to reboot endlessly, broke Hyper-V, rendered ReFS volumes inaccessible while showing them as RAW file systems.



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