Cumulative Update KB4471324 Windows 10 v1803 Build 17134.471 - Dec. 11 Win Update

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  1. ddelo's Avatar
    Posts : 2,223
    Windows 10 Pro x64
       #10

    tomseys said:
    I got Win 10 Home so I use metered connection.
    My bad, sorry I didn't notice that you were on Home edition!
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  2. Posts : 87
    Windows 10 Home 64-bit 1809
       #11

    tomseys said:
    When I downloaded the cumulative KB4471324 (via checking for it in WU) update after a little bit it also started downloading 1809 on me sorta sneakily, which I was able to stop. I then was able to just install the CU. Meanwhile the show/hide tool is not finding the 1809 feature update for me - not earlier or now. I'm unable to hide it as it doesn't even find it. The tool seems useless for that. I'll just keep the meter connection on and keep the above in mind until I'm ready to go to 1809.
    You triggered the download of 1809 by manually checking for updates, in the "Executive Summary" of the December updates it even states that now. The show/hide tool will only show 1809 when it is in your queue or "box" to be installed the next time Windows automatically checks for updates. If 1809 wasn't set to be installed on your machine you would not see it in the show/hide tool either before or after the attempted install. It will show up on wushowhide eventually and you will be able to block it, worked for me.
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  3. Posts : 724
    Windows 10 Home - Version 2004 - Build 19041.450
       #12

    bumboola said:
    You triggered the download of 1809 by manually checking for updates, in the "Executive Summary" of the December updates it even states that now. The show/hide tool will only show 1809 when it is in your queue or "box" to be installed the next time Windows automatically checks for updates. If 1809 wasn't set to be installed on your machine you would not see it in the show/hide tool either before or after the attempted install. It will show up on wushowhide eventually and you will be able to block it, worked for me.
    Thanks for the info. Ok then, I'll continue keeping an eye out for it with the wushowhide tool and meanwhile I'll refrain from manually checking for updates in general.
    Last edited by tomseys; 12 Dec 2018 at 12:34.
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  4. 22Green's Avatar
    Posts : 36
    Windows 10 64 Bit 1909
       #13

    bumboola said:
    You triggered the download of 1809 by manually checking for updates, in the "Executive Summary" of the December updates it even states that now. The show/hide tool will only show 1809 when it is in your queue or "box" to be installed the next time Windows automatically checks for updates. If 1809 wasn't set to be installed on your machine you would not see it in the show/hide tool either before or after the attempted install. It will show up on wushowhide eventually and you will be able to block it, worked for me.
    Ok this is what must have happen to me. I'm on the Home edition and I installed Group Policy a while back via a batch file and had 1809 blocked but --"You triggered the download of 1809 by manually checking for updates"

    This must have triggered it because every so often i'll do a manual check. I'll just keep it installed.
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  5. jamis's Avatar
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    Windows10 Home 64 bit v. 2004 bld. 19041.867
       #14

    At 10:13 AM EST, WU auto updated this CU and the MSRT (which failed). Still on v.1803.
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  6. VBF's Avatar
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    Posts : 577
    Win 10 Pro
       #15

    jamis said:
    At 10:13 AM EST, WU auto updated this CU and the MSRT (which failed). Still on v.1803.
    How odd - at approx 15:30 GMT I had the same experience on my Win 10 HOME laptop. Second attempt at updating was successful.

    At about the same time, one of my Win10 PRO desktop systems updated successfully first time around - now both on 1803 (OS Build 17134.471)
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  7. bo elam's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Home
       #16

    I did this update on the 11th, all appears to be well.

    Bo
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