Patch Management Service Content Update from CTCOMP – February 2016

Thirteen security updates were released this month, 6 rated Critical and 7 Important, which address vulnerabilities in Microsoft Windows, Office, the .NET Framework, and Internet Explorer and Edge browsers. This month’s updates provide additional protections against malicious attackers. As a best practice, Microsoft encourages its customers to deploy all of these security updates where applicable.


February 15, 2016

Update Report on Patches MS16-009 to MS16-022

MS16-009: Deployed via Kaseya and tested successfully on Internet Explorer 9, 10, 11.

MS16-011: Deployed via Kaseya and tested successfully on Edge browser for Windows 10.

MS16-012: Deployed via Kaseya and tested successfully on Windows 8.1, 2012R2, 10.

MS16-013: Deployed via Kaseya and tested successfully on Windows 7, 2008R2, 8.1, 2012R2, 10.

MS16-014: Deployed via Kaseya and tested successfully on Windows 2008, 7, 2008R2, 8.1, 2012R2, 10.

MS16-015: Deployed via Kaseya and tested successfully on Office 2010, 2013, 2016.

MS16-016: Deployed via Kaseya and tested successfully on Windows 2008, 7, 2008R2, 8.1, 2012R2, 10.

MS16-017: Deployed via Kaseya and tested successfully on Windows 7, 8.1, 2012R2, 10.

MS16-018: Deployed via Kaseya and tested successfully on Windows 2008, 7, 2008R2, 8.1, 2012R2, 10.

MS16-019: Deployed via Kaseya and tested successfully on Windows 2008, 7, 2008R2, 8.1, 2012R2, 10.

MS16-020: *** NOT TESTED *** There are no CTComp production or patch lab machines currently running the ADFS role.

MS16-021: Deployed via Kaseya and tested successfully on Windows 2008R2, 2012R2.

MS16-022: Deployed via Kaseya and tested successfully on Windows 8.1, 2012R2, 10.

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