Microsoft patch recalled for Exchange that was released on Tuesday. The Microsoft recall is for a security patch for Exchange Server that was originally slated for release in the November.
For a second month in a row, Microsoft has recalled a security bulletin after releasing a patch. Microsoft has recently reorganized their Trustworthy Computing Group and since then two of three patch have been subject to recall.
The recent recalled patch for Exchange was originally to be released in November however it was pushed back to the December. This recall is one part of a broader Exchange bulletin that Microsoft is recalling the following:
- Exchange Server 2010 SP3 Update Rollup 8 which was rated important and fixed a privilege escalation problem. This is similar fixes for Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 service pack 3, 2013 service pack 1 and 2013 cumulative update 6 remain accessible.
Microsoft has recalled the update and it is no longer available on the download center until the new RU8 release however if you have already deployment the patch, Microsoft suggests that you rollback the update.
Microsoft stated that the issue in the update affects Outlook’s ability to connect to Exchange. Microsoft has not released an update or fix however once it is released, Microsoft will post announcements on its Exchange Blog.