Action Required: Critical Windows Updates Needed
Action Required: Immediately Run Windows Updates on Non-standard Windows and Personal Computers Used for Work
Earlier this month, a critical vulnerability was discovered with the Windows Print Spooler service that runs by default on Windows computers. Devices that are not patched remain vulnerable for attackers to remotely execute code with system-level privileges.
Did you know that Microsoft regularly releases security patches for its Operating System (OS) and software products for your PC on the second Tuesday of every month? Follow the steps below to keep your computer safe and secure and your Microsoft software up to date and running smoothly.
All employees using non-standard Windows or personal computers for work must check for and apply OS updates on a monthly basis; please see HOWTO: Run Windows Updates for instructions.
|HOWTO: Determine whether you are using a standard or non-standard computer|
|Non-standard Windows Computer||Please make sure your devices are patched, restarted and update-to-date. See How to.|
|Standard Windows Computer||Please make sure to restart your device to receive the latest patches.|
|Vendor-supported Computer||Please contact the vendor.|
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