KB4523786 Cumulative update for Autopilot in Windows 10 v1903 Oct. 22 Win Update

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  1. Posts : 1,414
    Windows 10 Pro 21H1 64 bit
       #30

    I just updated the wife system and the AutoPilot was not offered. Just .NET and the 449 build. It also install a new SSU update.

    All is well.

    Jim
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  2. Posts : 118
    Windows 10 Pro
       #31

    Jut tried a fifth machine (Win 10 Pro with a TPM chip) and it is not being offered, so it looks like MS have withdrawn it. My other 4 all received it (much earlier today), including 3 Win 10 Home, one of which doesn't even have TPM!

    Just wondering about the merits of keeping it or uninstalling it on the 4 it already erroneously installed on? Is there a chance that uninstalling it could cause problems? Like if it has altered something in the registry that may throw up problems if the corresponding update has been uninstalled? Is keeping it potentially going to cause problems? I don't have an image to restore to unfortunately.
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  3. Posts : 7,089
    Windows 10 Pro 64 bit
       #32

    Pkshadow1 said:
    What I have found is that This patch is for the underlying TPM chip in computers with dedicated TPM chips and not the actual Windows Autopilot itself (as per askwoody website posted by Patch Lady) ( Trusted Platform Module is an international standard for a secure cryptoprocessor, a dedicated .... Trusted Platform Module installed on a motherboard. Starting in 2006, many new laptops have been sold with a built-in TPM chip) or as Bree suggests it is another MS screw up.
    I suspect your theory is flawed. My Dell Inspiron 7537 just got this update and it doesn't have a TPM chip. I'm going to delete the update.
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  4. Posts : 469
    Windows 10 Pro 20H2 x64
       #33

    Phone Man said:
    I just updated the wife system and the AutoPilot was not offered. Just .NET and the 449 build. It also install a new SSU update.

    All is well.

    Jim
    Even I didn't get this update 20 minutes ago.
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  5. Posts : 7,089
    Windows 10 Pro 64 bit
       #34

    The 'Autopilot' update appears to have been issued mistakenly for most PCs. Try uninstalling it and you will probably find it isn't offered again for your configuration.
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  6. Posts : 1,568
    Windows 10 HOME 64-BIT
       #35

    Steve C said:
    The 'Autopilot' update appears to have been issued mistakenly for most PCs. Try uninstalling it and you will probably find it isn't offered again for your configuration.

    Cause it any harm when you leave it be? Like not uninstalling I mean..?
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  7. Posts : 46,620
    Windows 10 Home 64bit 21H1 and insider builds
       #36

    I didn't get offered the Autopilot update. I'm on Win 10 Home.
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  8. Posts : 1,568
    Windows 10 HOME 64-BIT
       #37

    Just uninstalled the Autopilot update and no longer offered. I have no use for THAT! Silly Microsoft! :P
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  9. Posts : 118
    Windows 10 Pro
       #38

    I uninstalled this update on just one machine (Windows 10 Home 1903). Since doing this all my restarts are very slow on said machine. When I say slow, I mean there is a hang where it says "restart" with the spinning balls from anything from 20 secs to 2 mins. A full restart to login screen now takes anything from 1.5 mins to 3 mins. This was not the case before uninstalling this autopilot thing (it was always 20 to 40 secs unless configuring updates), so I'm worried getting rid has stuffed something up.

    I've left the update on my other 3 machines it was (probably) wrongly installed on, for now anyway. Restart behaviour on those machines is very fast as usual.
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  10. Posts : 7,089
    Windows 10 Pro 64 bit
       #39

    catspyjamas said:
    I uninstalled this update on just one machine (Windows 10 Home 1903). Since doing this all my restarts are very slow on said machine. When I say slow, I mean there is a hang where it says "restart" with the spinning balls from anything from 20 secs to 2 mins. A full restart to login screen now takes anything from 1.5 mins to 3 mins. This was not the case before uninstalling this autopilot thing (it was always 20 to 40 secs unless configuring updates), so I'm worried getting rid has stuffed something up.

    I've left the update on my other 3 machines it was (probably) wrongly installed on, for now anyway. Restart behaviour on those machines is very fast as usual.
    Restart is fine on the PC I uninstalled this update from - but this PC has 10 Pro as required
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