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Microsoft 365 update Rolled Back Due To Crashes

Microsoft has rolled back an update to Microsoft 365 that was released on August Patch Day. Users had reported that Office applications suddenly crash after the update. The issue only affects certain versions of Microsoft 365. This report that: Bleeping Computer Online Magazine and refers to the Microsoft Answers Forum, where those affected to comment on the issues after the update.

The bugs will also be discussed on Reddit after patch day. The error came after the regular update in the monthly Enterprise Channel for Microsoft 365 On. As far as we know, version 2206 and therefore build 15330.20298 has been affected. Whenever a user tries to open a business card or hover over their name or photo in an email, comment, or shared document, the application crashes with exception errors 0xc0000005 or 0xc0000374. This is done with Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Skype for Business, among others.

Return to version 2205

Reports say this is a widespread issue that can only be resolved by downgrading to the previous version 2205. So you need to go back to a late July build.

Rollback is in progress

Microsoft is aware of the issue and has published a corresponding confirmation. It says that Microsoft has withdrawn the update and is working to fix it. The evaluation of the diagnostics is still ongoing because the cause of the crash problems has not yet been found. Noisy Gunter Born the update was not just stopped in the distribution.

Microsoft is already doing a rollback update i.e. it will reset the devices already updated through the Windows Update feature if this feature is released by the administrators.

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