Cumulative Update KB4515384 Windows 10 v1903 build 18362.356 Sept. 10 Win Update

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  1. Posts : 190
    Windows 10 Professional
       #160

    does DISM commands also cleanup the update files like Storage and Disk Cleanup does?
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  2. Posts : 69
    Windows 10 Pro 64bit
       #161

    GunRunner360 said:
    I believe this update has borked any machine on my network on 1903 in regards to our county print server. Printer GPOs that have been in place for years for Canon Copiers in my schools are not functioning properly. Started off with just a few machines/people but now it is spreading to different buildings. People can't print to copiers now or are being asked to install them or they aren't showing up for new students logging into machines with domain accounts that get copiers installed by user GPO, or the printers look like they are installing and quit halfway. I heard about this update having sound issues but now reading its having other effects.

    I recreated GPOs, uninstalled/installed "problem" copiers, tried different drivers, nothing. Found a old laptop running Win7 32bit lying in a closet in a school I was in yesterday, hooked it up, put on domain, it installed the copiers. I just rolled back updates on a 1903 laptop in my office that I had been testing with to a few weeks ago, signed on as a student from a group that is suppose to get two printers installed to it via GPO, installed right away.
    I wrote earlier in this thread about problems with device metadata causing printers to malfunction... Yes, It seems like I was correct - just found this announcement:

    https://social.technet.microsoft.com...in10itprosetup

    Could be good to know since some millions of users are affected... Maybe something for @Brink to put a link to on the front page since it is a stopper for many, including the company I work for.
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  3. Posts : 7,710
    3-Win-7Prox64 3-Win10Prox64 3-LinuxMint20.2
       #162

    Hi,
    Did the update with updates mini tool and went okay
    search and cortana show suspended using nothing maybe they will run amuck later :/

    sfc /verifyonly was uneventful.
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  4. Posts : 187
    Windows 10
       #163

    Fredrik said:
    I wrote earlier in this thread about problems with device metadata causing printers to malfunction... Yes, It seems like I was correct - just found this announcement:

    https://social.technet.microsoft.com...in10itprosetup

    Could be good to know since some millions of users are affected... Maybe something for @Brink to put a link to on the front page since it is a stopper for many, including the company I work for.
    I chased those Event 131 Device Setup Manager meta data errors from my Event Viewer for hours yesterday. Thanks for posting this. :)
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    10 Home x64 (21H2) (10 Pro on 2nd pc)
       #164

    katlani said:
    does DISM commands also cleanup the update files like Storage and Disk Cleanup does?

    The updates are kept in the component store (the WinSxS folder). The underlying process that cleans up the component store is actually the windows installer, however you invoke it.

    Yes, there are DISM commands to analyse and to clean up the component store. See these tutorials:

    Analyze Component Store (WinSxS folder) in Windows 10
    Clean Up Component Store (WinSxS folder) in Windows 10
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    Win10
       #165

    Fredrik said:
    I wrote earlier in this thread about problems with device metadata causing printers to malfunction... Yes, It seems like I was correct - just found this announcement:

    https://social.technet.microsoft.com...in10itprosetup

    Could be good to know since some millions of users are affected... Maybe something for @Brink to put a link to on the front page since it is a stopper for many, including the company I work for.
    Just now able to get back to this today. I'm currently working on a GPO to uninstall KB4515384 at startup so people can get their printers back hopefully until the issues with this update are fixed by M$. Trying to get that script together and tested out. I've put in 5 plus hours on this over the weekend so I'm pretty sure I'm leaving a half day early sometime this week at least lol. What a cluster.
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  7. Posts : 289
    Windows 10 Pro 21H2
       #166

    I updated my Dell, now it runs the "core" process after start up, and the cpu sits at 15-25%. Before the update it ran fine. I'm trying to avoid this update on my Acer, I just installed a brand new Samsung 860 EVO in it, and she runs like a dream, I'd like to keep it that way.
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  8. Posts : 757
    Windows 10 Home x64
       #167

    OldGuyFromCdn said:
    I work for a major association in Canada. Was curious to see what we're on at work so I checked my machine last week. 1709.
    We're also on 1709 and I daresay we will move to 1809 in the next couple of months.
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  9. Posts : 190
    Windows 10 Professional
       #168

    Bree said:
    The updates are kept in the component store (the WinSxS folder). The underlying process that cleans up the component store is actually the windows installer, however you invoke it.

    Yes, there are DISM commands to analyse and to clean up the component store. See these tutorials:

    Analyze Component Store (WinSxS folder) in Windows 10
    Clean Up Component Store (WinSxS folder) in Windows 10
    Hmm so i guess the casual CheckHealth/ScanHealth/RestoreHealth doesn't clean it up and one actually has to run something like StartComponentCleanup/ResetBase in order to do so.

    It's still unclear though from the link, if there is scheduled maintenance running on Windows 10 by default that cleans it up periodically (it does for Windows 8), do you perhaps know?

    I would like to let the system do it for me and not manually do so.

    Thanks.
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