Latest networking issue caused by KB3189866 and KB3185614

  1. bro67's Avatar
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    Mac OS Catalina
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    Latest networking issue caused by KB3189866 and KB3185614


    Keep in mind everyone that this is from a search that I did today while troubleshooting a problem for a couple of users on here. I am just putting the information into one post, since it has not been posted about what KB's are at fault with the networking problems that cropped up.

    Everyone that is seeing network issues, check to see if KB3189866 and KB3185614 have been installed in the latest updates, which is causing issues with Network Shares. If you uninstall it, it should return the network back to giving you some sanity, That is until Microsoft rolls out another way to break 10.

    The following are supposed to fix this.


    Uninstall KB3189866 (useful for proving it is the cause) or Add credentials for that share into the Windows Credential Manager:


    a. Go to Control Panel -> User Accounts -> Manage Your Credentials -> Windows Credentials


    b. For each server you wish to access, add in an entry for "\\SERVERNAME" and a username and password of "guest"

    Another KB may be a culprit. https://support.microsoft.com/kb/3185879 MS16-114: Security Update for Windows SMBv1 Server: September 13, 2016
    Last edited by bro67; 27 Sep 2016 at 21:51.
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  2. Posts : 7
    Windows 10 Home 1607 (Anniverserary)
       #2

    Update: The module KB3189866 does not un-install.

    How do I add a credential for each "server" when there are no Users account set up. I have one NAS with SMB protocol and Samba v3 on CentOS 6.
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  3. Kbird's Avatar
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    Win10 202H
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    They may rollback ? not sure they are both major Win10 cumulative updates for 1607 (AU) and 1511

    How did you install Win10 without a User Account? or do I misunderstand you?


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  4. bro67's Avatar
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    Mac OS Catalina
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    yleclerc said:
    Update: The module KB3189866 does not un-install.

    How do I add a credential for each "server" when there are no Users account set up. I have one NAS with SMB protocol and Samba v3 on CentOS 6.
    I did a copy and paste from the original article. Since your NAS is running on Linux, the user would have to be a Samba user on it. It does not matter what version of Samba. Just that the user credentials are on that server. You should be able to pull that KB out in Programs and Features in the Control Panel as it has always been done.
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