Windows 10 Insider Preview Fast Build 19546.1000 - January 16  

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  1. Posts : 469
    Windows 10 Pro 20H2 x64
       #40

    Installed fine, and this time, it detected internet without needing to restart the host machine.
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  2. Posts : 4
    Windows 10
       #41

    Bummer,

    Known issues
    Remote Desktop Connection crashes when attempting to connect to multiple sessions.
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  3. Posts : 11,247
    Windows / Linux : Arch Linux
       #42

    martyfelker said:
    Downloading now. I will let it run overnight. Sleepytime.
    ,
    Not quite. First, a Shared VM which had been paused was ready for a restart. Next, this is going fairly fast so I might as well just reboot the physical machine.

    Situation understood. The VM was actually ready to restart in 19541. It is working on 19656 (downloading now). I suspended it and am going to restart the physical instance into 19546, See you on the other side.

    FAILED and reverted back to 19541 after the 30% completed reboot. The VM seems to have resumed downloading the update which in fact it should. We will see tomorrow how that goes. I'll be seeing whether I can find a log of the failure tomorrow as well. Goodnight for now - hope others have had success.

    Virtual Machine completed successfully. Interestingly I did not notice a reboot after Configuring 0 it went directly to 75% updating and finished. I believe I will temporarily change the boot order of the physical so the first hard disk is the Windows Boot Manager rather than Grub. If that works I'll change back to Grub. If it does not I'll boot Ubuntu and grab the UUPDUMP ISO which should do the trick. Sometimes best if Windows doesn't know about other boot loadfers.

    @loepie

    I don't think RDP is meant to have multiple sessions -- the only way that is intended to work is if you use Windows VDI version which is a sort of "Multi user" Windows 10 -- not sure about that anyway. Incidentally you might do better with vnc for windows than RDP anyway - you'll need a server on the windows remote mavhine and a client on the machine you are using to access the remote windows machine.

    @martyfelker

    since using KVM/QEMU I've had no problem installing these releases --if you are running Linux Hosts give QEMU a whirl -- plenty of documentation on UBUNTU if that's your preferred distro or Fedora. For best performance on Windows VM's use the Win-virtio iso (since it's provided by Red Hat Fedora should also play nicely with it)

    For 2nd level VM's i.e so you can run things like the WSL on your Windows VM modprobe the kvm-amd or kvm-intel kernel module with nested=1 --it's all in the docs.
    You can run VMWare concurrently with KVM BTW.

    For UEFI VM Bios install OVMF, and for all sorts of goodies e.g P2V, V2V,V2P etc install optional package libguestfs.

    Leave the tablet in --that makes seamless movement of Mouse and keyboard between VM and Host easy without needing keys to switch from VM to Host --simply move the mouse outside the VM windowed area if in Windowed mode.

    Windows 10 Insider Preview Fast Build 19546.1000 - January 16-screenshot_20200117_085117.png

    Windows 10 Insider Preview Fast Build 19546.1000 - January 16-screenshot_20200117_085230.png

    Passthru works blndingly well on this so if you only have 1 graphics card you can still do a passthru to the VM ---run your Host headless, ssh into it to manipulate the VM's and logon to the VM from a laptop . You'll probably need to learn a bit about using VI editor --but old hands like us probably are used to those things.

    This morning I'm going to try a HYPER-V VM on my base VM -- enabling those kernel modules makes this at least theoretically possible.

    BTW re-installing the VM from scratch (once I'd downloaded and created the iso via UUPDUMP) took 7 mins including answering all those wretched stupid questions at initial boot after a clean install and then a further 6 for installing Office !!! --obviously best to have Host plus VM's running on an SSD (or a pair of them).
    For bridged networking - install dhcp dhclient samba bridge-utils.

    then run these simple commands :

    ifconfig enp2s0f1 0.0.0.0
    brctl addbr br0 <name of bridge>
    brctl addif br0 enp2s0f1 <your active interface>
    dhclient br0
    ifconfig <check the bridge is up>

    That way VM's have proper access on Lan etc (is equiv to HYPER-V external switch).

    Cheers
    jimbo
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  4. Posts : 4
    Windows 10
       #43

    @jimbo45,
    I RDP to other multiple clients all day. Itís like daily work for me.
    At any given time I need to connect to 2,3,5 systems
    I donít like logging on and off all day :)
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  5. Posts : 11,247
    Windows / Linux : Arch Linux
       #44

    loepie said:
    @jimbo45,
    I RDP to other multiple clients all day. Itís like daily work for me.
    At any given time I need to connect to 2,3,5 systems
    I donít like logging on and off all day :)
    @loepie

    sorry misunderstood -- rdp'ing to different machines / clients should work -- I thought you were trying multiple sessions to the SAME remote machine -- sorry ("Mijn slecht engels" !!!!!)

    I'll try bringing up 2 or 3 more VM's and test this out --I certianly wouldn't want to log on and off a zillion times during the day if I needed access to these machines.

    cheers
    jimbo
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  6. Posts : 493
    Windows 10 Pro Dev Channel
       #45

    90 minutes from start to finish

    Note - I don't know if this is a new feature (which I doubt very much), but in Windows Store if I click 'Get' for an App nothing happens. I can add the App to my 'Order Tray' then install it after entering my Sign In (For Windows Hello) Pin.
    Never use Store, but thought I'd take a look at the new Indexer App, which is actually quite good, for a change.
    Last edited by CallMeSteven; 17 Jan 2020 at 05:29.
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  7. Posts : 503
    Windows 11 Pro 22543.1000 rs_prerelease
       #46

    Done in 40 mins.
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  8. Posts : 4
    Windows 10
       #47

    jimbo45 said:
    @loepie
    I'll try bringing up 2 or 3 more VM's and test this out --I certianly wouldn't want to log on and off a zillion times during the day if I needed access to these machines.

    cheers
    jimbo
    Just tested with my machine, rdp crashes with event 1000
    Faulting module path: C:\WINDOWS\system32\mstscax.dll

    P.S. I use RemoteDesktopManager, but it does the same with mstsc.exe
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  9. Posts : 4
    Windows 10
       #48

    no problems installing and updating, took all in all about 30 to 40 minutes
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  10. Posts : 29,078
    Windows 10 21H1 Build 19043.1023
       #49

    neveready said:
    Got 19546.1000 installed using the WU. Deskscape animated backgrounds still show up as a black screen. Reverted back to 19041.1000. will just have to wait for MS to try harder.
    You do realize it's the OEM, not Microsoft, that needs to make their app work with Windows 10, right?
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