Microsoft Said To Fix PowerShell Problems with Latest Window 10 Update

Well, nice to know it's been fixed.

Microsoft is now giving an all-clear signal, of sorts, with regard to PowerShell issues caused by a late August Windows 10 update release.

The problems arose after Microsoft released an update to Windows 10 version 1607 on Aug. 23. That update, known as "KB3176934," broke PowerShell's Desired State Configuration feature and its "implicit remoting" capabilities. Microsoft had failed to include some needed files in the Aug. 23 update, which caused the problems.

Back then, Microsoft indicated that a fix would be arriving on Aug. 30. Instead, the fix showed up in a new Aug. 31 update to Windows 10 version 1607, known as "KB3176938." 

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