Uninstall Remote Desktop Protocol 8.0 (KB2592687) update for Windows 7 Enterprise SP1 OS (Rev: 1.0)


Microsoft KB2592687 is the Remote Desktop Protocol 8.0 update for the Windows 7 SP1 Operating System (OS) and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 OS.

In Windows 7 Enterprise SP1 OS, after updating the Remote Desktop Protocol from v7.1 to v8.0 by applying the Microsoft KB2592687 update, the Windows XP Mode virtual machine (Guest OS) integration features that runs from the Windows Virtual PC failed to show the sharing drives of the physical Windows 7 Enterprise SP1 OS (Host OS). As a result, the sharing, copying and pasting integration features between the Windows XP Mode virtual machine and the physical Windows 7 Enterprise SP1 OS share drives through Remote Desktop Connection (RDC) failed.


How to uninstall Remote Desktop Protocol 8.0 (KB2592687) update in Windows 7 Enterprise SP1 OS

In Windows 7 Enterprise SP1 OS, kindly click Start -> Control Panel -> Programs -> Programs and Features -> Installed Update.

Under "Microsoft Windows (xxx)" Name where my xxx is shown as 116, kindly click "Update for Microsoft Windows (KB2592687)" to select it. Then, kindly click "Uninstall" at the top (besides Organize) to start uninstalling the "Update for Microsoft Windows (KB2592687)".

When prompt on the pop-up "Uninstall an update":
Are you sure you want to uninstall this update ?
Kindly click the "Yes" button.

After the "Update for Microsoft Windows (KB2592687)" had finished uninstalled, please restart your computer by clicking the "Restart Now" button to apply the changes. Before restarting, kindly save any open files and close all programs. After the computer had restarted and boot up, it will applied the update configuration and auto restart again to finish applying the changes.

Uninstalled the "Update for Microsoft Windows (KB2592687)" will revert back the Remote Desktop Protocol from v8.0 to v7.1. Using Remote Desktop Protocol v7.1, the Windows XP Mode virtual machine (Guest OS) integration features that runs from the Windows Virtual PC shown the sharing drives of the physical Windows 7 Enterprise SP1 OS (Host OS). As a result, the sharing, copying and pasting integration features between the Windows XP Mode virtual machine and the physical Windows 7 Enterprise SP1 OS share drives through Remote Desktop Connection (RDC) worked in Windows Explorer.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Very good article. Thanks

Anonymous said...

In my case, I have to also uninstall
kb2574819

Anonymous said...

How do i uninstall the protocol if I cannot find KB2592687

Jack Ng said...

What is your Windows OS version & the Remote Desktop Connection version ?

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