I’m still tracking issues with the Windows 10, version 1709 release, and thus I’m not ready to install it to my office systems, nor on my home systems. Some small business admins had 1709 installed on systems where they thought they had pushed off the update for several months. Microsoft acknowledged that the 1703 version may receive the 1709 feature update when you are not expecting it. They promised to fix the issue in an upcoming update. I personally think the issue is selecting to defer the feature update in the GUI is not “sticking.” If you use the local group policy to push off the feature update that seems to be sticking.
Finally on November 30, the 1709 release received the fix for remote printing and RDP whereby certain PDF printers would cause RDP to crash upon launch. As noted in the forums it is now fixed in KB4051963, but not listed in the documentation notes.
What to do: I’m still recommending to push off the 1709 update at this time, but I’m getting closer to recommending its install.
Dot Matrix Printer Fixes
Microsoft inconvenienced dot matrix print owners with several November updates. Fortunately, they’ve already released fixes.
For Windows 7 and 8.1 look for KB4055038 to be released to these systems to fix the issues.