The remaining six bulletins are all rated important, even though four of the issues have the potential for remote code execution. Those updates concern Microsoft Active Accessibility, Windows Media Center, Forefront Unified Access Gateway, and Windows Kernel-Mode Drivers.
A patch for the Windows Ancillary Function Driver addresses a privilege escalation issue, while the bulletin for Host Integration Server fixes a pair of denial of service issues.
While Microsoft recommends that all the updates are installed as soon as possible, it understandably recommends that the two critical bulletins be prioritised as reliable exploits are expected within 30 days.
Unusually, all eight bulletins apply to Windows 7 while XP and Vista have six each.