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Optional patch “KB5017380” is now available for Windows 10. Fixes for errors that lead to blue screens, improvements to IME bugs, new features in News and Interests, and more. Install if necessary –

Microsoft has released an additional optional patch (aka “C” patch) for PCs running Windows 10 versions 21H2, 21H1 and 20H2.KB5017380” has started distribution.

With this optional patch “KB5017380”, “News and Interests” can be changed from the “Settings” app, and can be used on the top, bottom, left, and right taskbars. Also, rare errors leading to blue screens and IE mode glitches, Microsoft Japanese IME inserting the wrong character when using the numeric keypad to insert a dash (-) character, an issue affecting the rendering of the search box, Addresses known issues affecting Chilean daylight saving time, default printer changes, known XPS viewer issues, and more.

Additionally, this update will turn off Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.0 and 1.1 by default in Microsoft browsers and applications. Please note that it may be affected depending on the environment.

strictly“KB5017380” is a regular exception optional patch that does not include security fixesTherefore, there is no need to force the installation unless there is a particular problem. Perform the installation work as necessary.

Update contents of “KB5016688”

The KB5017380 update includes various non-security quality improvements. Here are the main changes:

Windows 10 version 20H2

  • New! Turn off TLS (Transport Layer Security) 1.0 and 1.1 by default in Microsoft browsers and applications. For more information, see KB5017811.
  • New! You can now change how you control News & Interests on your taskbar using the Settings app. To change the settings,[設定] > [個人設定] > [タスクバー] > [ニュースと関心事項]Go to. Alternatively, right-click the taskbar and select Taskbar Settings.
  • New! All taskbar orientations now support News and Interests. The top, left, and right taskbars have similar features and settings as the horizontal taskbar.
  • New! WebAuthn redirect was introduced. Authenticate to apps and websites without a password when using Remote Desktop. You can then use security devices such as Windows Hello or Fast Identity Online 2.0 (FIDO2) keys.
  • New! Introduced the ability to sign in to Windows using Remote Desktop using Azure Active Directory (AD) authentication. You can then use security devices such as Windows Hello or Fast Identity Online 2.0 (FIDO2) keys to sign in remotely. You can also use conditional access policies.
  • Addresses an issue that requires reinstalling unsigned apps in the Microsoft Store. This issue occurs after upgrading to Windows 10 or newer OS.
  • Addressed an issue where MSIX updates would not install from the same URL.
  • Addresses an issue that prevents codec updates from the Microsoft Store.
  • Addresses an issue affecting security keys and cached credentials for Fast Identity Online 2.0 (FIDO2) authentication. On hybrid domain-joined devices, the system removes these cached credentials.
  • Addressed an issue affecting network static IPs. This issue causes inconsistent configuration of static IPs. This causes NetworkAdapterConfiguration() to fail sporadically.
  • Addresses an issue affecting Desktop Window Manager (DWM) rendering. This issue can cause the device to become unresponsive in virtual machine settings when using certain video graphics drivers.
  • Addresses a rare stop error when multiple displays are in use when changing display modes.
  • Addressed an issue affecting graphics drivers that use d3d9on12.dll.
  • Addressed an issue where tabs in IE mode within a session were forced to reload.
  • Addressed an issue affecting JavaScript-generated URLs. Adding these URLs to the Favorites menu in IE mode does not work as expected.
  • Addressed an issue affecting in IE mode.
  • Addressed an issue affecting IE mode after opening a PDF file. If you try to open another page in the same browser window, the page will not open in that browser window.
  • A group policy has been introduced to enable or disable Microsoft HTML Application (MSHTA) files.
  • Addresses an issue affecting the Microsoft Japanese Input Method Editor (IME). Text reconversion fails when using some third-party virtual desktops.
  • Addresses issues affecting App-V client services. Deleting the App-V registry node causes a memory leak in the service.
  • Addresses an issue that could change the default printer if the printer is a network printer.
  • Addresses an issue affecting the ProjectionManager.StartProjectingAsync API. This issue prevents some locales from connecting to the Miracast Sink.
  • Addressed an issue affecting Group Policy Objects. This may render the system inoperable.
  • Addressed an issue affecting Windows Defender Application Control (WDAC) pass rules. This issue causes .msi and PowerShell scripts to stop running.
  • Addresses an issue that could bypass WDAC’s MSHTML and ActiveX rules.
  • Addresses an issue where WDAC logs 3091 and 3092 events in audit mode.
  • Addressed an issue affecting Windows Defender Application Control (WDAC). Prevents WDAC from logging .NET Dynamic Code authenticity validation errors.
  • Addresses issues affecting WDAC policies. Enabling SecureLaunch on a device prevents WDAC policies from being applied to that device.
  • Addressed an issue where WDAC policies fail to load. In this case, the system logs the failure as an error, but it should be logged as a warning.
  • Addresses an issue that causes non-Windows devices to stop authenticating. This issue occurs when connecting to a Windows-based remote desktop and authenticating with a smart card.
  • Addressed an issue where explorer.exe would stop working in rare cases when explorer.exe was opened.
  • Fixed a problem that occurs when Microsoft Japanese IME is active and IME mode is on. When I use the numeric keypad to insert a dash (-), the IME inserts the wrong character.
  • Addressed an issue affecting search box rendering. The search box is not drawn correctly when signed in in tablet mode.
  • Addressed an issue affecting the FindNextFileNameW() function. A memory leak may occur.
  • Addressed an issue affecting robocopy. Robocopy fails to set files with the correct modification time when using the /IS option.
  • Addresses an issue affecting cldflt.sys. A stop error occurs when used with Microsoft OneDrive.
  • Addressed an issue affecting the LanmanWorkstation service. Memory leaks when mounting network drives.
  • Addressed an issue affecting roaming user profiles. Some settings are not restored after signing in or out.
  • Addresses known issues affecting XML Paper Specification (XPS) viewers. This issue may prevent you from opening XPS files written in languages ​​other than English. This includes some Japanese and Chinese character encodings. This issue affects XPS and Open XPS (OXPS) files.
  • Addressed a known issue affecting daylight saving time in Chile. This issue can affect times and dates used for meetings, applications, tasks, services, transactions, and more.

If you have installed previous updates, only new updates contained in this package will be downloaded and installed on your device.

Windows 10 version 21H1

This non-security update includes quality improvements. Here are the main changes:

  • This build includes all improvements from Windows Server, version 20H2.
  • No additional issues were recorded for this release.

Windows 10 version 21H2

This non-security update includes quality improvements. Here are the main changes:

  • This build includes all improvements from Windows Server, version 20H2.
  • No additional issues were recorded for this release.

August 26, 2022—KB5016688 (OS Builds 19042.1949, 19043.1949, and 19044.1949) Preview

Known bug in KB5017380

“KB5017380” has the following known issues:

Devices installed with custom offline media, etc. may not automatically replace with the new Microsoft Edge

■ Overview of bugs:
On Windows devices created from custom offline media or custom ISO images, this update may remove Microsoft Edge Legacy but not automatically replace it with the new Microsoft Edge. This issue is caused by custom offline media or ISO images slipstreaming a standalone servicing stack update (SSU) released after March 29, 2021 into the image without first installing this update. Occurs only when created.

Note: Devices that connect directly to Windows Update to receive updates will not be affected. This includes devices using Windows Update for Business. Devices connected to Windows Update will always receive the latest SSU and latest Cumulative Update (LCU) without any additional steps.

■ Workaround:
To work around this issue, first slipstream an SSU released after March 29, 2021 to a custom offline media or ISO image, then slipstream the LCU. To do this with the combined SSU and LCU package currently used in Windows 10, version 20H2 and Windows 10, version 2004, you need to extract the SSU from the combined package. Extract the SSU by following the steps below.

  1. Expand Windows10.0-KB5000842-x64.msu / .
  2. Extract the SSU from the previously extracted cab using the following command line: expand /f:*
  3. This example creates an SSU cab named Put this file into the offline image first and then into the LCU.

If you have already encountered this issue when installing the OS using the affected custom media, you can mitigate this issue by installing the new Microsoft Edge directly. If you need to deploy the new Microsoft Edge for business broadly, see Download and deploy Microsoft Edge for business.

Audio may stop working

■ Overview of bugs:
After installing this update, some Windows devices may experience audio not working issues. Some affected Windows devices may not have audio working, while other affected Windows devices may experience issues only on certain ports, certain audio devices, or within certain applications. there is.

Most of the drivers for the affected audio devices had the “Audio Enhancement” setting disabled prior to installing this update, or the sound device drivers had issues with the “Audio Enhancement” feature.

■ Workaround/mitigation method:
This issue can be mitigated differently depending on the symptoms and whether you have already installed the update. See Known Issues in Windows Release Health for steps to prevent and mitigate this issue.

In addition, we have summarized the countermeasures in the following article on our site. Please refer to it if you encounter any problems.

Windows 10: After applying the optional patch “KB5015878” in July, there was a problem that sound did not come out.

On August 19th, 2022, after Microsoft installed KB5015878, which was released in July 2022, or a later update, some Windows 10 devices were experiencing audio/no sound issues. Report that you are…

■ Response status:
This issue is addressed using KIR (Known Issue Rollback).This KIR prevents issues on Windows devices that do not have KB5015878 installed, but thisIt does not affect devices already affected by known issues. (The problem is not automatically fixed)

Please note that it may take up to 24 hours for this issue to automatically propagate to consumer and unmanaged business devices. Rebooting your Windows device may help the solution to apply to your device sooner.

If you’re on a corporate managed device and you’ve installed the affected updates and are experiencing this issue, you can install and configure a special Group Policy to resolve it. Special group policies can be found in Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > . For information on distributing and configuring this special Group Policy, see How to Distribute Known Issues Rollback Using Group Policy.

Download the group policy by the group policy name.

IMPORTANT: To resolve this issue, you must install and configure Group Policy for your version of Windows.

Windows 10 21H1/21H2: How to install “KB5017380”

How to install the optional patch “KB5017380” for Windows 10 21H1/21H2are as follows:
*Since this is an “optional patch”, please install it as necessary.

  • Obtained from “Check for updates” in Windows Update
  • Download updates from Microsoft Update Catalog

If you want to obtain it from “Check for Updates” of Windows Update, please follow the steps below.

First, open the Settings app and open Update & Security.

After that, open “Windows Update” and find the bottom of “2022-09 Cumulative update for Windows 10 Version 21H2 for x64-based systems (*depending on the version) (KB5017380)” in the[There are optional quality updates]section. It is in【download and install】Click. If it is not displayed, click[Check for updates].

Windows 10 21H1/21H2: How to install

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