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More info in: Patch D is available for testing - Kaspersky Lab Forum
Windows 10 compatibility fixes:
Windows 10 November upgrade support

Testable fixes and features:
• Requirement 1251086:[BRQ] Mozilla Firefox support (41+)

Special bugs and features (where special environment or infrastructure is needed):
• Bug 1282522: DUMP: avpmain!exception_~ExceptionMonitorArgs_DD6EE42B
• Bug 1288571: DUMP: rar!SA_InsertNode_5BDBF4FD
 

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Ouch! sorry 16.0.0.614!!!!! :eek::oops: Please any Mod that may change the Thread Tittle please :(
 

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We all agree :D patches are always late :mad:... in Kaspersky always want some time to private and public beta testing before releasing, which is good for a stable release but bad for time... I've learned to be patient :p
 
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This morning I just updated my laptop with W10 Pro x86 to W10 Pro TH2 x86 and found no issues in KIS2016MR0c.

I have just updated to Patch D beta, no issues and anything reported in KL beta forum until now...
 
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This morning I just updated my laptop with W10 Pro x86 to W10 Pro TH2 x86 and found no issues in KIS2016MR0c.

I have just updated to Patch D beta, no issues and anything reported in KL beta forum until now...
Hmm, maybe it's just a precautionary patch. Thanks for the information! ;)
 
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I did an upgrade with Kaspersky installed, were there any reported problems?
According to an employee of Kaspersky, the major MS update returned the "pre-patch C" of Kaspersky. And thus, limitations that were initially fixed with patch C has returned. Patch D is supposed to correct this again.
 
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According to an employee of Kaspersky, the major MS update returned the "pre-patch C" of Kaspersky. And thus, limitations that were initially fixed with patch C has returned. Patch D is supposed to correct this again.
They really should release it then and not keep it in their beta test for weeks or even a month. :D
Anyway MR1 is coming, last build of 2016MR1 16.0.1.316 seems very stable :)
Good to know! I bet the German release will take its sweet time to release...
Is it known yet if the internal updater will work for an upgrade or will we have to install it manually again?
 

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Good to know! I bet the German release will take its sweet time to release...
Is it known yet if the internal updater will for an upgrade or will we have to install it manually again?
Deutsche is one of the languages of the beta builds: Index of /devbuilds/KAVKISKTSKFA_2016MR1/16.0.1.316/de/

So, I guess will not take so long to be delivered once official released, but it's marketing strategy in every country in many times the cause of the delay... Spanish build always takes so long to be delivered :mad:

About automatic update... I have no info, They promised last year but still waiting... :eek:
 
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If You have file patch_d_kis2016mp0.msp in:
C:\Program Files (x86)\Kaspersky Lab\Kaspersky...\ (install folder)
You should reboot the system because Patch D is waiting to be installed :)
 
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