Microsoft January security patches, released on Tuesday , reportedly are causing multiple problems for organizations, particularly on the Windows Server side. The main complaints include domain controllers going into boot loops, broken IPSec virtual private network connections, bricked Hyper V, plus removal of the Resilient File System ReFS. Microsoft Most Valuable Professional MVP Gunter Born has cataloged these complaints in this recent Born Tech and Windows World post . Per his reporting,...

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