Microsoft Security Patch Validation Report November 2017

Microsoft’s November 2017 security updates have passed Citrix testing (the updates are listed below). The testing is not all-inclusive; all tests are executed against English only environments and issues may still be found upon implementation. Follow best practices for testing and installing software updates/patches in a development environment before implementing the updates in a production environment.

Where applicable, the below updates were tested with Citrix XenApp, XenDesktop and other Citrix products.

Product KB Article
Windows 10 v1709 (Fall Creators Update) 4048955
Windows 10 v1703 (Creators Update) 4048954
Windows 10 v1607 (Anniversary Update) and Windows Server 2016 4048953
Windows 10 v1511 4048952
Windows 10 v1507 LTSB 4048956
Windows 7 SP1 and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 Monthly rollup 4048957, 4048960
Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2 Monthly rollup 4048958, 4048961
Internet Explorer 11 4047206
Microsoft Office 4011270, 4011268, 4011264, 4011262, 4011250, 4011242, 4011233, 4011220, 4011197, 3162047, 2553204
Adobe Flash Player 4048951

Note: Following patches were not selected for validation

Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 4049164, 4048970, 4048968, 4047211, 4047206, 4046184
Windows Server 2012 4048959, 4048962, 4048959, 4047206
SharePoint Server 4011244, 4011245
Office Web Apps Server 4011271, 4011267, 4011247
Project Server 4011257
Office 2007 and older 4011276, 4011266, 4011265, 4011206, 4011205, 4011199

The November updates for Windows 10 v1511, v1607 and v1703 contains fix v1709 upgrade issue when Citrix VDA is already installed. More information available on Windows 10 v1709 known issues article.

Visit the Microsoft Security TechCenter page to view Microsoft security updates.

Additional Resources

Citrix Interoperability Validation

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