This is not the first time that Patch Tuesday security updates have caused one or more inconveniences to users. But that of January 2022 concentrated various disturbances which prompted Microsoft to urgently publish patches. Reports from administrators have reported Windows domain controllers experiencing spurious reboots. Additionally, Hyper-V no longer started on Windows servers and Windows Resilient File System (ReFS) volumes were no longer accessible.
Additionally, Windows 10 users and administrators have also reported issues with L2TP VPN connections after installing recent Windows 10 and Windows 11 cumulative updates. “.
An update package
Microsoft has therefore hastened to respond to the increasingly growing criticism and has therefore just published urgently (out of band), “these updates which resolve problems related to VPN connectivity, restarting Windows domain controllers Server, failure to launch VMs and inability to mount removable media formatted in ReFS”. All fixes are available for download from the Microsoft Update Catalog and some of these fixes can be installed directly through Windows Update as optional updates. In the latter case, patching will be done manually.
KB5010794 targets Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012 R2; KB5010797 is for Windows Server 2012. You must also add KB5010793 which affects Windows 10 version 21H2, 21H1, 20H2, 20H1 and Windows Server version 20H2, 20H1. KB5010795 targets Windows 11 version 21H1. KB5010796 focuses on Windows Server 2022, KB5010791 on Windows Server 2019, KB5010790 on Windows Server 2016, and KB5010799 on Windows Server 2008 SP2. The SP1 version of Windows 7 is fixed by KB5010798. Microsoft advises that people who cannot install updates immediately can remove update patches KB5009624, KB5009557, KB5009555, KB5009566, and KB5009543 causing these issues from a command prompt.