Cumulative Update KB4497093 for Windows 10 Insider 1903 build 18362.86 Insider

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  1. AndreTen's Avatar
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       #50

    Switched to Release preview and installed CU no problem. Is this the first time that RP ring was faster than Slow?
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  2.    #51

    Downloading now.
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  3. Phone Man's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro 1803 64 bit
       #52

    I am on the RP and WU gave me CU KB4497093. The servicing stack update (SSU) - KB4498524 shows in Installed Updates but not in WU history. Seen this before on other updates that required a new SSU before installing. All is well.

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  4. DooGie's Avatar
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    Wndows 10 x64 Pro version19H2 18362.10000
       #53

    AndreTen said: View Post
    Switched to Release preview and installed CU no problem. Is this the first time that RP ring was faster than Slow?
    Possible the Slow Ring is gearing up for 19H2 releases
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    Windows 10 Pro x64 w/ Start 10
       #54

    jimbo45 said: View Post
    this build does look really good but there are zillions of people who use VMWare for running VM's /servers etc -- so the issue isn't a "Mickey Mouse " one.
    yeah, but 1903 is not GA, either. I got hit with the VMware Workstation black VMs issue, but it's my fault for installing an OS update that technically hasn't been declared final yet.
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  6.    #55

    Update failed every time losing over 200mb of disk space after every failure. Lost about 2 GB of drive space even using WU. I since used Macrum and went back to 17763.
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  7. AndreTen's Avatar
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       #56

    DooGie said: View Post
    Possible the Slow Ring is gearing up for 19H2 releases
    Still they should land this CU on it...
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  8. jimbo45's Avatar
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    kjlkjadfasdfasd said: View Post
    yeah, but 1903 is not GA, either. I got hit with the VMware Workstation black VMs issue, but it's my fault for installing an OS update that technically hasn't been declared final yet.
    Hi there.

    Doesn't therefore seem sensible to KEEP pushing out windows releases that ignore a major product that loads of "serious" users are using daily for all sorts of things. OK I know it's not a "Final release" so VMware doesn't have to be at fault until the planning for Windows final releases becomes known. That said though it's obviously a major problem which I really hope the people at VMWare internals are working on together with Ms.

    If you just want people to browse a couple of websites, try a few EXCEL spreadsheets or send an email or two -- then you don't really need a slew of updates or any sort of robust testing methodology.

    Surely the whole point in having these rings is just that -- usually the more experienced people are on them doing all sorts of things which should decently test stress the OS -- if you've got a major product out there which has been failing for a long time then how in the world can this release be even thinking about RP or RTM. Not only that - Ms could easily clearly state in the release notes that this is a known defect -- and either VMWare will fix it or they will wait until Ms has released the next Windows as an official general release.

    I don't want to keep installing these releases and then see the same defect hasn't been fixed or even commented on.

    I'm sure we all understand that using these types of releases are prone to bugs etc - that's why they are sent out for test and we (should) accept that or don't use them -- but just to ignore major known defects for several of these releases - including the 20H1 cycles as well seems to me just plain BONKERS.

    Cheers
    jimbo
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    jimbo45 said: View Post
    Hi there.
    I'm sure we all understand that using these types of releases are prone to bugs etc - that's why they are sent out for test and we (should) accept that or don't use them -- but just to ignore major known defects for several of these releases - including the 20H1 cycles as well seems to me just plain BONKERS.
    If they are aware of it I am sure they are trying to work on a fix, sometimes a fix can be quite complicated and takes some time before it's ready to be released. Should they halt all releases until every known bug is fixed? People here would be quite upset if they didn't get a new build for months.
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  10. DooGie's Avatar
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    Wndows 10 x64 Pro version19H2 18362.10000
       #59

    AndreTen said: View Post
    Still they should land this CU on it...
    Well you'd think so Andre, I got bored with waiting for it and installed manually from the .cab file
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