Microsoft has released its Advanced Notification for September 2012. The bad news is that there are two more patches you will need to apply to your systems this month. The good news is that there are only two new patches that you need to apply to your systems this month. When compared to April 2011 with its 17 patches and 64 bugs, two is an awesomely low number. Not as great as the few months we have had with no patches, but hey, we aren’t complaining.
The first patch, rated important, will apply to Visual FoxPro, which is a set of tools used to create and manage high-performance, 32-bit database applications and components.
The second patch, also rated important, will apply to System Center Configuration Manager, which helps manage physical, virtual, and mobile clients with things like application delivery, desktop virtualization, security and other cool stuff.
Both of these patches should be available for download and show up in Windows Update at around 2:00pm EST next Tuesday (9/11/2012).