KB4601382 CU Windows 10 v2004 build 19041.844 and v20H2 19042.844 Win Update

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  1. Posts : 2,557
    Windows 10 pro x64-bit
       #30

    KCR said:
    I had exactly the same experience, and I thought for sure I'd end up with a "failure", but... it worked. .

    Attachment 320300

    My flash player removal update was on the 16th, though. . . .
    It is always reassuring sometimes to know that some other eclectic users like me are sharing the same experience. LOL!
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  2. Posts : 405
    Windows 10
       #31

    DaveH1 said:
    I've seen that before.
    I always now ignore the restart prompt until all the displayed updates have finished what they're doing.
    Our newest computer (only one with an SSDrive - HP 360 laptop) does that every time. Advises a restart when one of the update downloads and/or installs are still in progress. The older computers aren't overly eager like that, lol.
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  3. Dav
    Posts : 92
    Windows 10 Pro X64
       #32

    Thanks Shawn!
    Installed on 3 systems without a hitch. Very smooth install and all worked well after rebooting.
    I appreciate your making these updates available.
    Regards,
    Dav
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  4. Posts : 56,794
    Multi-boot Windows 10/11 - RTM, RP, Beta, and Insider
       #33

    All updated. My RTM machines are all at 19042.844 and all my Beta and RP at 19043.844. 20H2 and 21H1 respectively. tick tick tick tick ,,,,,, won't be long........
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  5. Posts : 146
    Windows 10 Pro x64 22H2
       #34

    Off-topic, but I also just got the supposedly preview .NET update KB4601554 pushed to me, and not as an optional update.
    This is exactly what happened last month.
    Sorry, either these updates are previews or they're not, and if they are they should not be being pushed out like final released updates!
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  6. KCR
    Posts : 355
    Windows 10 Home, 64-bit, Version 22H2 (OS Build 19045.4046)
       #35

    IronZorg89 said:
    It is always reassuring sometimes to know that some other eclectic users like me
    are sharing the same experience. LOL!

    Yes it is... almost always. . .
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  7. Posts : 56,794
    Multi-boot Windows 10/11 - RTM, RP, Beta, and Insider
       #36

    DaveH1 said:
    Off-topic, but I also just got the supposedly preview .NET update KB4601554 pushed to me, and not as an optional update.
    This is exactly what happened last month.
    Sorry, either these updates are previews or they're not, and if they are they should not be being pushed out like final released updates!
    I don't understand. They are not be pushed on you. They are optional. How can optional be "pushed". That is contradictory. And I do not see anywhere that the .Net is optional. MS occasionally thru the month does update .Net.

    You do not have to apply these updates. They are optional.
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  8. Posts : 127
    Windows 10 Pro
       #37

    f14tomcat said:
    I don't understand. They are not be pushed on you. They are optional. How can optional be "pushed". That is contradictory. And I do not see anywhere that the .Net is optional. MS occasionally thru the month does update .Net.

    You do not have to apply these updates. They are optional.
    Well after downloading & installing KB4601382 on five laptops this morning, on all of them, this .NET framework update was already well and truly in the process of downloading and installing the KB4601554 (Cumulative Update Preview for .NET Framework 3.5 and 4.8 for Windows 10 20H2 for x64) immediately after logging in from the reboot. Infact on one of them, it was waiting for a restart for it already. The latter was not showing as an optional update prior to this, so in that sense, yes it was pushed on users (in spite of the name MS gave it). The name suggests it might be optional like other updates where MS use the word "Preview" in the name.

    Myself, I'm not upset that it was downloaded and installed automatically, just sharing my experience because it validates what the user above said about it being pushed on them.

    Perhaps it is because it's installation is contingent upon one choosing to download and install KB4601382 in the first place?
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  9. Posts : 1,463
    Windows 10 Pro 22H2 64 bit
       #38

    The .NET preview is downloaded if you do a Manual Check for Updates and it also asks for a restart while the CU preview is still downloading. Just ignore the 1st restart and wait for the CU to finish.

    This is been going on for a few Months with these preview updates.

    I have my updates paused until Update Tuesday as I no longer do previews.

    Jim
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  10. Posts : 96
    w10 pro64
       #39

    abax2000 said:
    Exactly same pattern.
    Only that finally update failed with 0x80070003.
    Ran dism x3, sfc ->all ok.
    Windows Update troubleshooter had a finding that reported fixed.
    Ran sfc again -> all ok.

    After that, reboot, Brink's bat file for resetting update; did not find the registry entries, concluded successfully.
    Tried again; unsuccessful again with 0x80070003.
    The update asks for a reboot, that goes up to 7% (and fails). Exactly same behaviour as with KB4598242, that managed to overcome only with in-place update.
    NOT AGAIN
    Is there any log recording of what went wrong with a botched update?
    Any other suggestions to try before reverting again to in-place update?
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