https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/hel ... -kb3216755
Gostev wrote:Please keep in mind that the current KB3216755 package is a pre-release preview, and this build is a subject to recall for quality considerations. The note I've got from Microsoft Connect when it became available last week was pretty clear about this:
I assume that if not recalled, this build will become February 2017 patch Tuesday update.
It is available for public download. No signs of preview status of test build. Only difference is that this update is not available trough Windows Update and can only be downloaded from the Windows Update catalogue.
Unfortunately very confusing if this posted release is in preview of not. My guess it's not?!
Strangely this issue is not mentioned in the 'Key changes' changelog.
Also included and not mentioned as a 'key change':
The update itself appears to fix a long-standing problem – the inability to create, rename or delete a folder on a shared network. The issue has been around ever since Windows 10 version 1607 was made available six months ago, and KB 3216755 finally addresses it.