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February MS Updates on Server 2003

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The fonts has changed to a hard to read font on all applications installed ...so I would say the changed happened at the OS level. Anyone else experience this issue and fixed it?

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These were the updates that were installed.
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Rich Weissler earned 2000 total points
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Apparently it's a known issue with MS15-10, which corresponds with your kb3023562.  I see that some folks have reported that they've gotten around it, kinda, by changing fonts on critical applications.
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Thanks for pointing me to the MS Community article. Its unbelievable how Microsoft can just simply roll out an update that pretty well just cripples a company. Our main application was almost unusable. I have uninstalled the Update and now have to turn off Automatic updates.
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