Microsoft's latest batch of monthly security patches appears grave, not just for Windows 7 users – who were hit by network issues as we saw them yesterday – but so those running Windows 10 April 2018 Update.
And that's The majority of Windows 10 users are given the slow rollout of the latest October 2018 update.
Windows 10 users are running the April 2018 Update at the hands of update KB4480966. PowerShell, which is a Microsoft Jet Database Engine issue, and a Windows DHCP client memory corruption vulnerability (plus gremlins in the works for Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer, and more)
After installing this patch, MSPoweruser reports, some people have network issues, or problems with applications working ̵
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Microsoft has said several issues itself, including a problem where some users are unable to connect to a web site is security update.
Along with an issue of "third-party applications may have difficulty authenticating hotspots". The solution to this particular inconvenience is not available at the moment (Microsoft says it's "working on a resolution"). ).