Microsoft issues OOB update to fix January Patch Tuesday Issue
Microsoft has been issued an out-of-band update to fix several problems reported by system administrators following this month’s Patch Tuesday.
After installing the January 2022 Windows update, customers complained of Hyper-V not starting, Windows resilient file system (ReFS) being no longer accessible, unwanted system reboots and other issues.
This update addresses issues related to VPN connectivity, Windows Server Domain Controllers restarting, virtual machines start failures and ReFS-formatted removable media failing to mount.
Updates for Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012 R2 and Windows Server 2012 are available only on the Microsoft Update Catalog. Updates for all other versions are available on Windows Update as an optional update.