I come from Singapore but find myself now living and working in the Netherlands, specialising in SMS 2003 / Configmgr 2007. I enjoy working and connecting people with computers and I hope I can share as much information as I can here through this blog.
“Computers do not just work like that, at the press of a button. From the moment a computer is switched on in your office, magic happens. That’s why you need an IT department and they do more than crawling under your desk to plug in that wire you kicked out.”
Some knowledge in case you experience these issues.
After the installation of the security update, several windows adminstrators have noticed entries into event viewer that indicate that a SideBySide error has occured for conhost.exe whenever the command prompt window is opened. This only occurs on Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2. Although it may appear to flood the event viewer with multiple error 33s especially on servers utilising the command prompt, Microsoft has informed that this error does not affect the command prompt window functionality and can be ignored. Upgrading to Windows 7 SP1 is also a potential option if the situation permits.
UPDATE - 18 August 2011
This is now resolved by Microsoft when applying the August Security updates. The patch that fixes this is below: