KB4517389 Windows 10 Build 18362.418 19H1 and 18363.418 19H2 - Oct. 8 Insider

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    fg2001gf10F said:
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    Unfortunately MS never made a real change of the Build from 18362 to 18363, the ISO's still show Build 18362.418, the change to v 1909 and build 18363 is just for show and is added with the 1909 enablement package KB4517245, but the basic build package is still 18362. The big problem with this silly setup is that you cannot do an update in place from 18363 to 18363 using an ISO file, because there is no ISO at Build 18363, MS never released one.
    I hope they'll make one available before they release v 1909, because the current available ISO's are completely useless, they only allow to go from 18362 to 18363, but not from 18363 to 18363 without removing all the installed programs and files.
    This is a major problem that needs to be fixed before general release.
    I don't know why they even bother changing the Build number if they don't make a fully functional ISO.
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    Looks like this problem was finally fixed with Build 18363.446, the ISO built from UUPDUMP still shows build 18362.446, but it allows update in place from 18363 to 18363.
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    fg2001gf10F said:
    Looks like this problem was finally fixed with Build 18363.446, the ISO built from UUPDUMP still shows build 18362.446, but it allows update in place from 18363 to 18363.
    that's very good news since I did encounter the 18363.356 > 18363.418 upgrade problem on a test PC with no options to keep or preserve documents/settings/apps as you described earlier (I had 1909 build 18363.356 install media created from an ESD then tried to upgrade with newly created 1909 build 18363.418 install media created from the recent 1909 ISO image from MSDN)
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    Hello #WindowsInsiders we have released 19H2 Build 18363.418 to everyone on Build 18362.10024 and in the Release Preview ring. If you are in the Slow ring, you will *not* receive this update. You will need to switch to the Release Preview ring.

    Getting the Windows 10 November 2019 Update Ready for Release

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    Brink said:
    Hello #WindowsInsiders we have released 19H2 Build 18363.418 to everyone on Build 18362.10024 and in the Release Preview ring. If you are in the Slow ring, you will *not* receive this update. You will need to switch to the Release Preview ring.

    Getting the Windows 10 November 2019 Update Ready for Release

    The 1909 19363 ISO from windows insider download is still at Build 18363.327 ?
    Where is the Official 18363.418 ISO ?
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    fg2001gf10F said:
    The 1909 19363 ISO from windows insider download is still at Build 18363.327 ?
    Where is the Official 18363.418 ISO ?

    The official ISO should be available when the Windows 10 November 2019 update is released to the public.
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    Brink said:
    The official ISO should be available when the Windows 10 November 2019 update is released to the public.
    though the "official" Win10 Nov. 2019 update ESDs (not ISOs) with build 18363.418 are now available from MS

    (32bit) (64bit) - "client consumer" en-us ESDs - use something like esd decrypt-multi-release or esd-decrypter-wimlib to convert the ESD into an ISO

    also the official 1909 ISOs were released to MSDN/MVS subscribers last week on either 10/16 or 10/17
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