Microsoft recently released KB4489878 (Monthly Rollup) and KB4489885 (Security-only update) for the systems that are powered by Windows 7 SP1 or Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1. These cumulative updates have been released as a part of the March 2019 Patch Tuesday cycle.
KB4489878 comes with bug fixes for the Event Viewer, along with a bunch of security updates for various Windows Components.
KB4489885 is a security only update that includes the same security updates as KB4489878 along with Japanese ERA name fixes. That was caused by the previous releases.
It seems like KB4489885, KB4489878 turns out to be a smooth one for most of the users. At the time of writing this article, they have not reported any bug on online platforms.
Moreover, Microsoft has acknowledged the issue in its update catalog. But this doesn’t necessary mean that you will face it after updating your system.
KB4489885, KB4489878 bugs
IE 10 authentication issues
The installation of the update might trigger authentication issues for IE 10. The issue arises if the same account is being used by two or more users on a Windows Server system.
Some of the issues that you might face after the installation are:
- Keyboard shortcuts fail to work
- zero or empty location and cache size
- File download issues
- credential prompts bugs
- Webpage loading issues
Microsoft stated that if you are using a Windows Server machine, the problem can be resolved by creating a unique user account.
Furthermore, you also need to disable multiple RDP sessions for an account.
This is a temporary workaround, and Microsoft has promised to release a bug fix the next Windows Update.
Download KB4489885, KB4489878
The update has been released to all the systems running Windows Server 2008 SP1, Windows 7 SP1 and those devices that are attacked with the Microsoft server.
You can also visit Microsoft Update Catalog to manually download the Update.
If you are experiencing any issues with both of these updates please share with us.
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