Reliability history of updates apps

  1.    23 Aug 2017 #1

    Reliability history of updates apps

    I use reliability history quite a bit to monitor what apps have updated. Has anyone noticed lately that the apps listed here are just gobbledegook? Rather than say what app updates it'll just say 'application-some number-submission'. It doesn't do for all of them but it does for most recent ones. For example mail calendar app updates the other day and it's name listed correctly in reliability history but today films tv, Skype and sway apps updated and just got this gobbledegook application-blah blah-submission. This isn't very helpful from Microsoft. I tested all our machines and this is across the board frustratingly
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  2.    23 Aug 2017 #2

    See the other current post here Anybody ever seen this before in Reliability History?

    Is this due to Microsoft's wonderful QA or something else?
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       23 Aug 2017 #3

    Yep on Todays
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    Yesterdays and before were fine:
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  4.    23 Aug 2017 #4

    Yes sorry didn't see the other post. Frustration again from the good guys at MS. Agree that it appears to be shoddy QA
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       23 Aug 2017 #5

    Event viewer records app names when it updates them. I have not seen any exceptions in mine but perhaps you could check the recent updates you are referring to to see if they appear decently there.

    Log - Windows logs, System
    Source - WindowsUpdateClient
    Event - 19.

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