KB4532695 CU Win 10 v1903 build 18362.628 & v1909 build 18363.628 Win Update

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  1. EdTittel's Avatar
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       #20

    Installing now, on 6 machines. So far, so good.
    --Ed--

    [Note added 20.5 hrs later]I was kinda miffed that I had to reboot TWICE: once after the .NET rollup and once again after the CU. On several machines the CU didn't show up until after I'd dealt with the .NET rollup; on several other machines both showed up together. Strange.
    Last edited by EdTittel; 29 Jan 2020 at 12:02.
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  2. stealth2920's Avatar
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    Win 10 Pro 64 bit
       #21

    Install went fine except my icon images are gone. ie my computer, recycle bin. Only the test is there. Happened in the past but can't remember how I corrected it
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  3. Win7ine's Avatar
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    Win10 Pro x64 / WinServer 2016 Essentials
       #22

    IronZorg89 said:
    Have a look at the steps in this tut. They would probably help you out of this dilemma.
    How to Fix Update Error 0x800f0988 on Windows 10
    Of course non of this works, manual MSU istall fails just the same on 4! different machines ...
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  4. IronZorg89's Avatar
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    Windows 10 pro x64-bit
       #23

    Win7ine said:
    Of course non of this works, manual MSU istall fails just the same on 4! different machines ...
    At this point, you can try an in-place upgrade (Repair Install) and see what gives. I would not advise for a clean install, because that would be an arduous and tenuous job to be done on five machines.
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  5. 151tom's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro (64bit) & Linux (64bit)
       #24

    I just installed the update through the normal update manager on 2 different computers without any problems and all is working well on 2 computers.
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  6. stealth2920's Avatar
    Posts : 502
    Win 10 Pro 64 bit
       #25

    stealth2920 said:
    Install went fine except my icon images are gone. ie my computer, recycle bin. Only the text is there. Happened in the past but can't remember how I corrected it
    Macrium backed up my C drive yesterday so I just did a restore and after the restore worked fine, I reinstalled the updates. Everything is back to normal.
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  7. meebers's Avatar
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    W10 20H2 .928 & W10 Insider
       #26

    Was on 18363.592, both updates to 18363.628 without issue.

    Noticed the last couple of updates, MS has a need to post a nag message about my active hours. I have them set for 1-2am in the morning and MS is wanting to change them to 10am-9pm so that "We won't restart for updates during this time." This is just my home computer with no business etc to interrupt etc. If there is an update, I want a restart to happen without waiting until after 9pm. Seems like Manual [Restart] overrides this after hour nonsense?I might be reading to much into this but???
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  8. jamis's Avatar
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    Windows10 Home 64 bit v. 20H2 bld. 19041.928
       #27

    meebers said:
    Noticed the last couple of updates, MS has a need to post a nag message about my active hours. I have them set for 1-2am in the morning and MS is wanting to change them to 10am-9pm so that "We won't restart for updates during this time." This is just my home computer with no business etc to interrupt etc. If there is an update, I want a restart to happen without waiting until after 9pm. Seems like Manual [Restart] overrides this after hour nonsense?I might be reading to much into this but???
    Never received the nag but my AH are 6A to 11P. The computer is powered off by 11P. I didn't know MS was monitoring my active hours. I guess they could, but never thought it was that important to them. I don't want a restart unless I'm around to trigger it.
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  9. Bree's Avatar
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    10 Home x64 (20H2) (10 Pro on 2nd pc)
       #28

    meebers said:
    Noticed the last couple of updates, MS has a need to post a nag message about my active hours. I have them set for 1-2am in the morning and MS is wanting to change them to 10am-9pm so that "We won't restart for updates during this time."
    Windows tracks your use. Seems you hardly ever use it between 1-2am, so it wants to change active hour to match the times you do use it and prevent an automatic restart in those hours. I have the opposite problem, my active hours are set for 9am to 9pm, but machines I use irregularly want to change it to some odd time in the middle of the night.

    About the only way to get rid of the nag is to let it change active hours, then set it back to how you want it. Or you could just ignore it, nothing will change unless you click 'Turn on'.

    Remember, active hours are supposed to set when it won't restart. Your 1-2am seems an odd choice for active hours, you seem to be telling Windows it's free to restart at any time during the working day.
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  10. Special's Avatar
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    Window 10
       #29

    Seems the Explorer issue isn't quite fixed or they introduced more bugs to it with this update if this twitter is to be believed.

    Can't delete searches

    You have to double click frequently
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