fredag den 11. december 2015

Dec15 SfB Client Security patch

Microsoft has released a Security patch - also including non security related elements - meaning 2 new features

The bulletin can be seen here:

The patch contains a list of bugfixes - amongst them one to fix the annoying bug where it is impossible to paste content copyed from IE .. NICE

  • Lync client doesn't show all the fonts if the computer has more than 1,000 fonts.
  • 3114328 "You need to install the April 14, 2015 update" error message is displayed when you start Lync 2013
  • 3112863 Lync 2013 (Skype for Business) sends corporate error reporting (CER) data after every PC-to-PC and conference call
  • 3112864 Media setup may fail and all media diagnostics information is missing in Lync 2013 (Skype for Business)
  • 3114326 A hyperlink that is copied from Internet Explorer can't be pasted into Lync 2013 (Skype for Business)
  • 3114325 Response Group Service group member notification is displayed frequently in Lync 2013 (Skype for Business)
  • 3112796 Adds a new GPO to control which proxy setting is used when both PAC and manual proxy are used in Skype for Business
  • 3101548 Attendees can't see the shared desktop when they join an online meeting as anonymous users in Lync 2013
And also 2 new features - regarding Single sign on and cloud based discovery - still awaitinh further info on details.

There are a few prereqs for this patch

To get the updates - use windows update - either manually or via approval in WSUS/ SCCM
Or use Microsoft Download center to get them

After upgrade verify your new version numbers in the client

Before upgrade: SfB                               15.0.4771.1001 MSO 15.0.4771.1001

After Upgrade: SfB
15.0.4779.1001 MSO 15.0.4771.1001

Happy SKYPE'ing

1 kommentar:

Johan Wistrom sagde ...

Heads-up on KB3114351, it completely broke sign-in to Lync Server 2010.
Why the heck is MS insisting bundling "feature" upgrades nobody needed with security updates? Insanity.

Uninstalling + hiding the update solves the sign-in issue