Latest Windows 10 Update Breaks PowerShell

whoever57 writes: According to a report via InfoWorld, the latest Windows 10 update [KB 3176934] breaks Desired State Configuration (DSC) functionality in PowerShell. Some things that were broken in the prior update, such as support of many webcams and a freeze issue, don’t appear to have been fixed in this update. Windows PowerShell Blog reported last night: “Due to a missing .MOF file in the build package, the update breaks DSC. All DSC operations will result in an ‘Invalid Property’ error. If you are using DSC from or on any Windows client, take the following steps: Uninstall the update if already installed […]; If using WSUS, do not approve the update. Otherwise, Use Group Policy to set the ‘Configure Automatic Updates’ to ‘2 — Notify for download and notify for install’ […] A fix for this issue will be included in the next Windows update which is due out 8/30/2016.”


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