Updated to version 1703, errors 360 and 37

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    Updated to version 1703, errors 360 and 37

    As the title says event viewer errors 360 and 37 have only appeared since installing ver 1703.

    Anyone else getting these errors on 1703?Click image for larger version. 

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    Getting the same events here on a clean install of CU as well.
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    for warning eventID 360 (Windows Hello) there is probably no real fix so far, we have to wait for MS to fix it... but you can temporarily disable logging for this kind of event directly via event viewer - just navigate to Application and Services logs - Microsoft - Windows - User Device Registration - Admin and Disable Log in Actions... this should stop it

    for error 37 similar recommendation via registry:
    Small issue after upgrading to creator's update - Solved - Windows 10 Forums
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    The same with me - after clean install of CU yesterday got many errors 37, I'm accepting it as normal.
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