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Microsoft has identified multiple problems with last week’s batch of Patch Tuesday releases, namely repeated installations of some patches, while others were not being available at all.

According to a statement from Microsoft:

Since the shipment of the September 2013 Security Bulletin Release, we have received reports of updates being offered for installation multiple times, or certain cases where updates were not offered via Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) or System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM).

We have investigated the issue, established the cause, and we have released new updates that will cease the unnecessary re-targeting of the updates or the correct offering of these updates.

We have received escalations related to targeting for the following KB’s…

The company has re-released several updates for a variety of products, which can be found here:

It is advisable that systems be double checked to ensure the available patches have been installed correctly.

An in-depth analysis of the vulnerabilities addressed in this month’s Patch Tuesday releases can be found here: