Microsoft issued its first rollup update for System Center 2012, fixing bugs and performance issues. Products affected include: System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012, System Center App Controller 2012 and System Center Operations Manager 2012.
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The company tackled seven issues in VMM 2012, including fixing a behavior where a parent VHD wouldn’t be deleted when the virtual machine is deleted and performance issues that arise when creating or deleting virtual machines. The console update also fixes an issue where it would stop responding when sorting virtual machines.
Redmond fixed up a pair of issues in System Center App Controller 2012, including an incorrect single sign-on behavior and a bug with SQL database configuration.
System Center Operations Manager adds a new feature: support for Oracle Solaris 11. It also fixes 17 bugs with Windows monitoring and three issues with Linux and Unix monitoring.
Microsoft has complete release notes for the rollup update, with instructions on how to install. Applying the updates? Let us know if this fixes anything pressing for you in the comments or on Twitter @WindowsTT.
See also: Patch Tuesday brought 23 fixes in three critical bulletins.