Azure Virtual Desktop – A new client has been published fixing a CVE

microsoft-remote-desktop-logo  A new Azure Virtual Desktop client (1.2.4159) has been published fixing a CVE (Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures) impacting the Remote Desktop Protocol Client.

  This CVE is detailed here

  In addition, this new version also fixes few issues like:

  • Fixed a bug where users aren’t able to update the client if the client is installed with the flags ALLUSERS=2 and MSIINSTALLPERUSER=1
  • Fixed an issue that made the client sometimes drop connections if doing something like using a Smart Card made the connection take a long time to start
  • Fixed an issue that caused the client to report misleading or incorrect ErrorCode 0x108 error logs
  • Fixed an issue that generated duplicate Activity IDs for unique connections
  • Fixed an application compatibility issue for preview versions of Windows

So it very important to update your clients:

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