We have deployed this month's Microsoft Patch Tuesday Software Updates 
via ConfigMgr.  Along with the Microsoft software updates, some 3rd 
party updates have also been deployed, which include Adobe Flash Player, Adobe Air, Mozilla Firefox 30.0, Thunderbird 
24.6.0, FileZilla, and Java 7u60.

All of these updates have been made available starting at 3:00PM today, 
and they become mandatory for install on Monday, June 16, 2014 at 
4:00AM.  It is highly recommended that users install these updates at 
their discretion before they reach the mandatory deadline in order to 
avoid computer reboots on Monday.  Please share this info with your 
respective departments and/or users.

Please take note that we will be approving and distributing Internet 
Explorer 11 to Windows 7 SP1 systems during the next Microsoft Patch 
Tuesday cycle which will be starting Tuesday, July 8, 2014. If you 
recall, I had provided a heads up for testing on December 12, 2013:

    ".....Internet Explorer 11 is currently the default web browser
    included with Windows 8.1.  However, it is also globally available
    for Windows 7 users, and I highly recommend that any application
    maintainers start the testing process for application compatibility
    with IE 11 as soon as possible."

Internet Explorer 11 has a feature called Enterprise Mode, which is an 
improved rendering engine to enhance the use of sites in a modified 
browser configuration in IE 8 emulation mode.  This could be helpful for 
Line-of-Business (LOB) applications which require legacy browser 
support.  If you have concerns of compatibility issues with some web 
applications and would like to further investigate the use of Enterprise 
Mode in IE 11, please feel free to let us know.

Please contact me offline if you encounter any issues with these updates 
or if you have some concerns regarding them.
Thank you.

Harjit Dhaliwal
Systems Architecture & Administration | ETS