Many users are facing problem after updating to Windows 10 and even after the anniversary update. So, it is recommended to check for the drivers. Hope that this might be causing the issue.
Unless MS has broken it again, the issue is resolved, that KB article fixed the issue, so read it again and make sure no steps were skipped.
wrong copy paste it seems :)
Engineering has investigated this escalation and are declining the issue because this is a Microsoft issue. Xerox opened a case with Microsoft to investigate. Microsoft acknowledged the issue to be theirs and created a KB article. Within the KB there is a documented workaround. The workaround was tested and validated by Xerox development.
Microsoft notified Xerox a hotfix is being created to address the issue. Microsoft intends to incorporate the hotfix into an upcoming release. Please contact Microsoft support for an outlook. Please reference Xerox’s case number 116093014742830 as well as the KB article when contacting Microsoft support.
Are you sure? That links goes to something that appears unrelated
FIX: Unreadable text in MSDN Library and the Visual Studio .NET Development Environment"
i found this KB https://support.microsoft.com/en-in/kb/3201130
and tested it yesterday on my 2008 R2 Server, but i my case it doesn´t solve the problem.
i connected a printer to a client with other printers installed, and tested it with a new installed pc Win10 1607.