This is a maintenance release. If AADS works OK for you, there is no need to update AADS.
The past year has learned us that Windows Update for Windows 10 (and Server 2016) can cause trouble. Therefore AADS can now suppress Windows Update during office hours. Windows 10 and Server 2016 do have Policies for Windows Update, but those Policies do not really stop Windows Update, and those policies do not differentiate between the day-of-the-week's.
AADS changes the default Windows Temp folder for the users, because the default Windows Temp folder is not always suitable in case non-western languages like Thai, Japanese, Chinese, Arabic, etc, are used.
The Administrator can choose to use Default Windows Temp folders. For western languages the default Windows Temp folder will usually be OK.
Bug Fix AADS Client for Windows
AADS Client for Windows did not handle DNS names for hostnames properly; entering IP addresses for a hostname was required. This is fixed.
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