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Microsoft Pulls New Windows Server Updates Due to Critical Bugs

Microsoft has pulled the January Windows Server cumulative updates after numerous critical bugs were detected. These issues included domain controllers going through an endless reboot loop, ReFS volumes becoming inaccessible and showing as RAW file systems, and Hyper-V no longer starting on servers. 

For a complete description of the vulnerabilities and effected systems, visit Microsoft pulls new Windows Server updates due to critical bugs.

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