Win10 2004 update appears to have caused Icloud dissconect

  1. Posts : 15
    Win10, 64

    Win10 2004 update appears to have caused Icloud dissconect

    Outlook no longer connects to icloud so email and calendar sharing across devices no longer works. I get the following error message: "The operating system is not presently configured to run this application". I uninstalled Icoud and reinstalled but still get the same message. Thinking that there might be a firewall problem I shut off the Norton smart firewall but still no joy. I don't suppose the Win10 update fixed it so I can no longer run icloud?
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  2. Posts : 1,564
    11, 10, 8.1 and 7 all Professional versions, and Linux Mint

    I would recommend you go back to the previous install of 10
    as you will see on the link there are quite a few issues with 2004 and my understanding is that you probably clicked check for updates, to obtain it.

    It is not I believe installed on automatic updates.

    As to the actual problem see if this helps
    Windows 10 2004 outlook icloud problem an… - Apple Community

    Also check out the Nvidia issue on the Microsoft link - I do not know if it will effect your 750Ti

    Additionally if you decide NOT to go back to previous 10 and await for the issues with 2004 to be resolved I would check with Norton if you have not already done so for updates for their software for 2004.
    That said, I think you will find that the included Microsoft Windows Security centre (Defender) is the one to go with.
    That however is only IMHO
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  3. Posts : 2,235
    Windows 11 Pro 64bit

    Does the Apple ID use 2-step authentication? If yes have you created an app specific password?
    If yes then I’d create a new one & try that.
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