I always keep an eye out for cumulative updates for operating systems, especially when there hasn't been a service pack released for a while.
This one in particular caught my eye because it combines over 90 hotfixes that are particularly useful in an enterprise environment.
Based on my experience with this collection of updates, I've installed this cumulative update on my personal systems at home.
The TCP, WMI and SMB fixes are pretty universal in appeal.
Some of the highlights:
You can read about it more here.
I'm confused about this rollup: the support page recommends that we install this software in our production environments...yet it you look at the individual hotfixes contained in the rollup, they're all categorized as LDR, i.e. "in testing".
Is this certified for production or not?
As far as I understand, the individual hotfixes were not thoroughly tested and should not be applied in a production environment unless you experienced the related issue. However, this update roll up has been more thoroughly tested for enterprise environments when you apply the entire update roll up.
This update caused SMB database corruption with our time and billing software (timeslips), we had to uninstall on all clients and the server