Patchday: June 2018 Updates For Windows 7 8.1 Server
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I don't know if my observation is correct: Preview Monthly Rollups should be released on the third Tuesday of the month. The current updates are also dated June 19, 2018 in Microsoft's Update Catalog. But last Tuesday I didn't find any of these updates during my search. Even today I did not find any Windows updates in the Microsoft History pages. Rather then, I searched through the Microsoft Update Catalog and there were only now (on June 21, 2018) some new updates.
Windows Update will also show the availability for June 21, 2018 (Midsummer update). Preview Rollup Updates means a preview of updates that appear on patchday of the following month. These optional updates do not actually need to be installed (unless you are affected by a fixed bug).
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On June 12, 2018, Microsoft also distributed a patch to close the Speculative Store bypass, spectre and meltdown vulnerabilities (CVE-2018-3639, CVE-2017-5715 and CVE-2017-5754) with its security updates. I had mentioned this in my patchday blog posts (see links at the end of the article).
Furthermore, the Windows Update servers of Microsoft do not honor the TCP's slow start congestion control strategy. As a result, other users on the same network may experience significantly slower connections from machines actively retrieving updates. This can be particularly noticeable in environments where many machines individually retrieve updates over a shared, bandwidth-constrained link such as those found in many multi-PC homes and small to medium-sized businesses. Bandwidth demands of patching large numbers of computers can be reduced significantly by deploying Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) to distribute the updates locally.
In addition to updates being downloaded from Microsoft servers, Windows 10 devices can "share" updates in a peer-to-peer fashion with other Windows 10 devices on the local network, or even with Windows 10 devices on the internet. This can potentially distribute updates faster while reducing usage for networks with a metered connection.
Updated 01/29/2018: Microsoft released KB4078130, that specifically disables Spectre variant 2 mitigations. Intel says this should resolve random reboots and blue screens on Intel-based Broadwell and Haswell processors. The patch will not be delivered via automatic windows update and must be installed manually. Download here
Carefully read -note-windows-update-kb4056892/ and -gb/help/4072698/windows-server-guidance-to-protect-against-the-speculative-execution before attempting to install these patches on Windows Server 2016, 2012, or 2008 R2. Microsoft also provides a PowerShell module `Install-Module SpeculationControl` that automates some of the steps involved. 2b1af7f3a8