Better late than never, I think. Microsoft has released the usual second batch of updates, which it publishes monthly for Windows 10 version 1607, 1703, 1709 and Windows 10 version 1803. As usual, the patch for Windows 10 version 1809 is late, and the monthly preview for Windows 7 Service Pack 1 is too late and Windows 8.1 is also available.
Woody Leonard first discovered the updates, and he described them as lame because they contain a large amount of Japanese era updates and several other changes.
The updates are already available in Windows Update. I recommend that you wait with the installation unless you are affected by one of the issues that will be resolved. Be sure to properly back up the system and all important data before starting the update process.
KB4493437 for Windows 1
0 Version 1803
Here are the changes for the update KB4493437 for Windows 10, version 1803:
- Many fixes in Japanese era.
- Fixed an issue with Internet Explorer that blocked HTTP downloads on HTTPS pages.
- The issue with custom URI schemes in Internet Explorer has been fixed. 19659008] The built-in Administrator account can start Microsoft Office Setup after the installer in Edge downloads.
- Fixed an issue that caused Edge to lose any favorites or reading lists after system updates.
- Fixed an App Container issue that was disabled
- Fixed a Folder Redirection issue when the Roaming AppData folder was set to a network location that prevented certain apps from starting.
- Fixed an issue that caused Microsoft Office apps to be removed
- The error "0x3B_c0000005_win32kfull! VSetPointer" was fixed.
- Fixed an image defect issue that caused user interfaces to stop responding for several seconds.
- Problem solved This causes the touchscreen to stop responding after the reboot.
- Enables the registration of Configuration Manager managed devices in Microsoft Intune without user interaction.
- Fixed a BitLocker issue that prevented encryption of removable media with Azure Directory or Azure Active Directory.
- Fixed a memory leak in LSASS.exe.
- Fixed an issue where disabled accounts could still log in with a smart card.
- Fixed an issue with authenticating Windows Hello when using Kerberos with Windows Hello for Business credentials.
- Fixed an issue where slow server performance or servers stopped responding due to firewall rules.
- To enable the change Add the new registry key "DeleteUserAppContainersOnLogoff" (DWORD) under "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE SYSTEM CurrentControlSet Services SharedAccess Parameters FirewallPolicy" with regedit and set it to 1.
- Fixed an issue with always-on VPN exclusion routes.
- Problems with startup failure with virtual machines with hyperconverged infrastructures fixed.
- Fixed an issue that caused roaming profiles to lose start menu settings after system upgrades.
- Remote Desktop Session Host servers were fixed Connection problem.
- Improved results when deploying printers in training environments with multifunction printers.
- Fixed a problem accessing Server Message Block shares.
- Fixed a problem with print workflow applications that prevented the launching of Point and Print.
- A problem with the keyboard input on UniversalWindowsPlatform applications was resolved
- Issue with Preboot execution environment (long life) ding issue). Fix on the support page.
- "STATUS_BAD_IMPERSONATION_LEVEL (0xC00000A5)" error while performing certain operations, such as Rename on a Cluster Shared Volume. Fix on the support page.
KB4493440 for Windows 10, version 1709
Contains some of the fixes that were included in the update for Windows 10, version 1803. Only the second known issue of 1803 is listed.
KB4493436 for Windows 10, Version 1703
Contains a subset of the fixes that have been included in the update for Windows 10, version 1803. Only the second known issue of 1803 is listed.
- Fixed an issue where PostScript printers used the wrong font.
KB4493473 for Windows 10, version 1607, and Windows Server 2016
Contains a subset of the fixes introduced for Windows 180, version 1803.
- Fixed an issue with Gdi32full.dll that caused apps to stop responding.
- Fixed a problem with the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol that caused client applications to stop responding for at least 30 seconds.
- Fixed a problem with Custer Aware Update that did not allow nodes to be restarted when the credentials of the cluster were reset.
- Fixed a problem when setting up a storage replica in a scale-out file server with a direct cluster of storage spaces.
- Cause was fixed Error 0x7E when adding nodes to an Exchange Database Availability Group server.
- Fixed an issue that caused slow screen refresh rates.
- Fixed a PostScript printer that selected the wrong font problem.
- Bugfix Fixed a problem where devices with 64-bit base address registers were not listed and assigned to virtual machines.
The Support page lists some of the known issues that existed in previous releases.
- The two issues of Windows 10 version 1803.
- Hosts managed by System Center Virtual Machine Manager can not list or manage logical switches. Fix provided.
- Cluster service may fail with error "245 (NERR_PasswordTooShort)" if Group Policy is Minimum Password Length. Fix is provided.
Windows 7 Sp1 KB4493443 and Windows 8.1 KB4493453
The preview for Windows 7 Service Pack 1 and Windows 8.1 only affects issues with the name of the Japanese era.
Now You : Have you done the installation of all these updates?