Latest Windows 10 update breaks PowerShell DSC and implicit remoting, but a fix is coming

While mandatory updates mean Windows systems are kept safe from threats, the downside is if a bad update makes it through testing it gets pushed out to everyone. This is a problem we’ve seen several times already with Windows 10, and the latest update, KB3176934, is another perfect example of this. SEE ALSO: Windows 10 Anniversary Update crashing when Amazon Kindles are connected As part of a cumulative update rolled out to users two days ago, KB3176934 is missing a .MOF file in the build and as a result has broken PowerShell DSC (Desired State Configuration). Try running a DSC… [Continue Reading]

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