Windows 7 KB4467107 and KB4467106 are all about security
In this article we are looking at two updates from Patch Tuesday: Windows 7 monthly rollup KB4467107 and security update KB4467106.
Windows 7 KB4467107
Improvements and fixes
This security update includes improvements and fixes that were a part of update KB4462927 (released October 18, 2018) and addresses the following issues:
Security updates to Windows App Platform and Frameworks, Windows Graphics, Windows Wireless Networking, Windows Kernel, and Windows Server.
For more information about the resolved security vulnerabilities, please refer to the Security Update Guide.
KB4467107 known issues
There is just one issue known about this update but it may be a problem for some.
After you apply this update, the network interface controller may stop working on some client software configurations. This occurs because of an issue related to a missing file, oem.inf. The exact problematic configurations are currently unknown.
There are two possible workarounds to try and fix this known issue:
- To locate the network device, launch devmgmt.msc. It may appear under Other Devices.
- To automatically rediscover the NIC and install drivers, select Scan for Hardware Changes from the Action menu.
Alternatively, install the drivers for the network device by right-clicking the device and choosing Update. Then choose Search automatically for updated driver software or Browse my computer for driver software.
If you don’t want to download the whole update package, you can simply download the stand-alone security update KB4467106 from Microsoft’s Update Catalog.
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