Thursday, 13 September 2012

Windows Embedded Compact QFEs for August 2012 have arrived!

Hi all,

the August updates for Windows Embedded Compact are available for download:

Fixes made in this update:

Component: Build
120813_KB2734737 - This update addresses an issue with SYSGEN_WCELDCMD causing inclusion of SYSGEN_MINGDI and SYSGEN_MINGWES in headless device configuration.

Component: DHCP
120823_KB2740023  - This update addresses an issue with TCP stack discarding DHCP unicast packets.

Component: Kernel
120816_KB2740479 - An exception may occur in the new thread generated in CreateThread.
120828_KB2746680 - This update addresses an issue with the possibility of Kernel validating an invalid pointer as valid when the OEM RAM Table is being used on SH4 and MIPS platforms

Component: Networking
120828_KB2743480 - This update addresses an issue with the static WINS server being ignored by iphlpapi

Component: RPC
120809_KB2731955 - Memory leaks may occur in rpcrt4.dll module during suspend/resume with continuous ping operation.

Component: WININET
120814_KB2735592 - This update addresses an issue with HttpOpenRequest receiving "501 Method Not Implemented" notification.

Fixes made in this update:

Component:  Base OS
120831_KB2738288 - This update addresses an issue with the DOS Copy command erroneously deleting files.

Component:  Bluetooth
120625_KB2708132 - Under certain circumstances all existing RFCOMM connections are disconnected. A new registry key is also introduced 'AvoidMultipleDisconnectMsgs' [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Bluetooth\rfcomm] to turn ON/OFF the fix for this issue. The registry is set to '0' by default disabling the fix.

Component:  COMM
120831_KB2722850 - This update addresses the issue with the web server being not accessible after adding DefaultDomain registry key.

Component:  FILESYS
120809_KB2726340 - This update addresses possible data corruption that may occur when running multiple read/write threads.

Component:  Storage
120813_KB2728493 - This update enables to mount non-partitioned ExFat formatted disk.

REMEMBER: It’s important to keep your system up to date!

Have fun!

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