In other words, unless your company is paying for security updates, your Windows 7 devices wouldn’t be getting any patches.
This month’s rollup is KB5014012, and it is available for Windows 7 devices right now through the typical update distribution channels – again, only as long as the device is registered to receive updates in the ESU program.
The focus in this update has obviously been on resolving the latest security vulnerabilities, but Microsoft says KB5014012 also comes with three non-security fixes, as it follows:
“The Key Distribution Center (KDC) code incorrectly returns error message KDC_ERR_TGT_REVOKED during Domain Controller shutdown,” the company says.
“After installing the January 2022 Windows update or a later Windows update on the Primary Domain Controller emulator (PDCe), listing or modifying name suffixes rou… (read more)
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