Odd account issues every reboot since Windows 10 2004 Update


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    Windows 10
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    Odd account issues every reboot since Windows 10 2004 Update


    Windows 10 version 2004 (Build 19041.329)

    I have been experiencing some odd account issues with my PC since the 2004 Feature Update.

    At login, I am told that my Outlook account had an issue and I am asked to log back in.

    Additionally, Google Music Manager has lost its credentials and I am asked to sign back in. Amazon Photos does not start with the PC as it used to in the 1909 build. Microsoft Outlook will prompt me for my email password when I start it.

    Most annoyingly, I have had to remap my Synology drive to my PC every time I reboot. If I try to access the mapped drive, I am told that I need to enter my credentials. If I do that, I am told they are wrong. By deleting it and remapping it, I can access it.

    It's almost as if there's an issue with a part of Windows that would be similar to what Keychain is on Mac, that is affected from this latest build.

    Is this part of a broader set of issues that others are experiencing? Is there any advice floating around out there?
    Last edited by jeffreyabr; 13 Jun 2020 at 18:15.
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    jeffreyabr said:
    Windows 10 version 2004 (Build 19041.329)

    I have been experiencing some odd account issues with my PC since the 2004 Feature Update.

    At login, I am told that my Outlook account had an issue and I am asked to log back in.
    I have something similar with 1909, I randomly get prompted to correct an account issue.
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  3. Posts : 3
    Windows 10
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    I have the exact same problem with a Synology DS212. This is with an HP laptop that was just upgraded with Windows 10 2004 a few days ago and since then, every time I restart the laptop I have to disconnect the Synology and then re-map it. My main desktop still running 1909 does not have this issue and I will not upgrade it until I am certain, this and other reported problems, have been corrected. I had a chat with a Microsoft tech who confirmed that they are aware of the problem and will likely be corrected in the next update however, he did not give me the confidence that this is really the case since he also said that they had the same problem with previous version(s)... Will have to wait and see.

    I do want to say that I have a second, olde NAS from Dlink that does NOT exhibit the same problem and is available for access without having to remap.
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  4. Posts : 8
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #4

    Happy to hear I'm not the only one. The Outlook email issue seems to have resolved itself, but the Microsoft account issue persists. I've just stopped logging in every time.
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  5. Posts : 3
    Windows 10
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    BarryS said:
    I have the exact same problem with a Synology DS212. This is with an HP laptop that was just upgraded with Windows 10 2004 a few days ago and since then, every time I restart the laptop I have to disconnect the Synology and then re-map it. My main desktop still running 1909 does not have this issue and I will not upgrade it until I am certain, this and other reported problems, have been corrected. I had a chat with a Microsoft tech who confirmed that they are aware of the problem and will likely be corrected in the next update however, he did not give me the confidence that this is really the case since he also said that they had the same problem with previous version(s)... Will have to wait and see.

    I do want to say that I have a second, olde NAS from Dlink that does NOT exhibit the same problem and is available for access without having to remap.
    Just wanted to provide an update as I found a solution for the Synology NAS drive remapping issue. For years I have been using the network IP to map the drive, of course without any issues until Windows 10 version 2004 update, in the form of say \\192.168.1.xx\DiskStation. For testing purposes in an attempt to find a solution, even though the Microsoft Tech DID NOT have a solution, I remapped the drive instead with the IP rather with the name as : \\DiskStation\DiskStation and since then all's well and there are no issues of having to remap the drive. Hope this works for others with the same problem.
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  6. Posts : 8
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
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    I was prompted to install another Windows Feature Update 2004 package last night (KB4565503). The issue still presents itself with no fixes or improvements.
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  7. Posts : 3
    Windows 10
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    Even though I thought my workaround would work, it did not! I also updated my laptop this morning with the latest 2004 update and as you mentioned, did NOT resolve the issue. Microsoft asleep at the switch...
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  8. Posts : 8
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
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    Today, I noted the first instance of an issue I've seen others with the 2004 Feature Update experiencing.

    My internet connection icon in the bottom right notification tray says that my network status is "No internet, secured"

    However, I do have internet as evidenced by my ability to post this right now...
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    21H1 64 Bit Home
       #9

    jeffreyabr said:
    Today, I noted the first instance of an issue I've seen others with the 2004 Feature Update experiencing.

    My internet connection icon in the bottom right notification tray says that my network status is "No internet, secured"

    However, I do have internet as evidenced by my ability to post this right now...
    That is a known issue.

    Microsoft Confirms “No Internet” Bug on Windows 10 Version 2004

    And a fix is already in the works, the company says


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  10. Posts : 8
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
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    Still experiencing the account login issue despite several attempts at remedying it and installing the "Feature update to Windows 10, version 20H2"
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