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    KB5023773 Windows 10 19042.2788, 19044.2788, and 19045.2788

    Cumulative Update Preview - March 21, 2023
    Category: Win Update
    Last Updated: 11 Apr 2023 at 11:14

    UPDATE 4/11: KB5025221 Windows 10 19042.2846, 19044.2846, and 19045.2846


    March 21, 2023 - KB5023773 (OS Builds 19042.2788, 19044.2788, and 19045.2788) Preview

    3/21/23
    REMINDER After this March 21, 2023, release there are no more optional, non-security preview releases for the supported editions of Windows 10, version 20H2 and Windows 10, version 21H2. Only cumulative monthly security updates (known as the "B" or Update Tuesday release) will continue for these versions. Windows 10, version 22H2 will continue to receive security and optional releases.

    NEW 3/21/23
    IMPORTANT Starting in April 2023, optional, non-security preview updates will release on the fourth Tuesday of the month. For more information, see Windows monthly updates explained.

    2/21/23
    REMINDER The retired, out-of-support Internet Explorer 11 desktop application was permanently turned off as part of the February 2023 Windows security update ("B" release) on February 14, 2023. Go to Internet Explorer 11 desktop app retirement FAQ for more information.

    11/17/20
    For information about Windows update terminology, see the article about the types of Windows updates and the monthly quality update types. For an overview of Windows 10, version 22H2, see its update history page.

    Note Follow @WindowsUpdate to find out when new content is published to the Windows release health dashboard.

    Highlights

    • This update addresses an issue that affects USB printers. The system classifies them as multimedia devices even though they are not.

    Improvements

    Note: To view the list of addressed issues, click or tap the OS name to expand the collapsible section.

    Windows 10, version 22H2

    Important: Use EKB KB5015684 to update to Windows 10, version 22H2.

    This non-security update includes quality improvements. Key changes include:

    • This build includes all the improvements from the supported Windows 10, version 20H2 editions.
    • No additional issues were documented for this release.

    Windows 10, version 21H2

    Important: Use EKB KB5003791 to update to Windows 10, version 21H2.

    This non-security update includes quality improvements. Key changes include:

    • This build includes all the improvements from the supported Windows 10, version 20H2 editions.
    • No additional issues were documented for this release.

    Windows 10, version 20H2 editions: Windows 10 Enterprise Multi-Session, Windows 10 Enterprise and Education, Windows 10 IoT Enterprise

    Important: Use EKB KB4562830 to update to the supported editions of Windows 10, version 20H2.

    This non-security update includes quality improvements. When you install this KB:

    • This update affects the ms-appinstaller URI. It now works with the DesktopAppInstaller policy.
    • The update addresses an issue that affects the Remote Procedure Call Service (rpcss.exe). The issue might cause a race condition between the Distributed Component Object Model (DCOM) and the Microsoft Remote Procedure Call (RPC) endpoint mapper.
    • This update addresses an issue that affects the Microsoft HTML Application Host (HTA). This issue blocks code execution that uses Microsoft HTA. This occurs when you turn on Windows Defender Application Control (WDAC) User Mode Code Integrity (UMCI) enforced mode.
    • This update addresses an issue that affects Desired State Configuration. It loses its previously configured options. This occurs if metaconfig.mof is missing.
    • This update addresses compatibility issues that affect some printers. These printers use Windows Graphical Device Interface (GDI) printer drivers. These drivers do not completely adhere to GDI specifications.
    • This update addresses an issue that affects the Simple Certificate Enrollment Protocol (SCEP) certificate. The system reports some SCEP certificate installations as failed. Instead, the system should report them as pending.
    • This update addresses an issue that affects the Fast Identity Online 2.0 (FIDO2) PIN credential icon. It does not appear on the credentials screen of an external monitor. This occurs when that monitor is attached to a closed laptop.
    • This update affects applications that use the Windows UI Library in the Windows App SDK (WinUI 3). It makes printing for them possible on Windows 10 devices.
    • This update addresses an issue that affects the SharedPC account manager. It cannot delete multiple accounts during cleanup.
    • This update addresses an issue that might affect lsass.exe. It might stop responding. This occurs when it sends a Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) query to a domain controller that has a very large LDAP filter.

    If you installed earlier updates, only the new updates contained in this package will be downloaded and installed on your device.

    Windows 10 servicing stack update - 19042.2780, 19044.2780 and 19045.2780

    This update makes quality improvements to the servicing stack, which is the component that installs Windows updates. Servicing stack updates (SSU) ensure that you have a robust and reliable servicing stack so that your devices can receive and install Microsoft updates.

    Known issues in this update

    Symptoms Workaround
    Devices with Windows installations created from custom offline media or custom ISO image might have Microsoft Edge Legacy removed by this update, but not automatically replaced by the new Microsoft Edge. This issue is only encountered when custom offline media or ISO images are created by slipstreaming this update into the image without having first installed the standalone servicing stack update (SSU) released March 29, 2021 or later.

    Note Devices that connect directly to Windows Update to receive updates are not affected. This includes devices using Windows Update for Business. Any device connecting to Windows Update should always receive the latest versions of the SSU and latest cumulative update (LCU) without any extra steps.
    To avoid this issue, be sure to first slipstream the SSU released March 29, 2021 or later into the custom offline media or ISO image before slipstreaming the LCU. To do this with the combined SSU and LCU packages now used for Windows 10, version 20H2 and Windows 10, version 2004, you will need to extract the SSU from the combined package. Use the following steps to extract the SSU:

    1. Extract the cab from the msu via this command line (using the package for KB5000842 as an example): expand Windows10.0-KB5000842-x64.msu /f:Windows10.0-KB5000842-x64.cab <destination path>
    2. Extract the SSU from the previously extracted cab via this command line: expand Windows10.0-KB5000842-x64.cab /f:* <destination path>
    3. You will then have the SSU cab, in this example named SSU-19041.903-x64.cab. Slipstream this file into your offline image first, then the LCU.

    If you have already encountered this issue by installing the OS using affected custom media, you can mitigate it by directly installing the new Microsoft Edge. If you need to broadly deploy the new Microsoft Edge for business, see Download and deploy Microsoft Edge for business.
    After installing updates released January 10, 2023, and later, kiosk device profiles that have auto log on enabled might not sign in automatically. After Autopilot completes provisioning, affected devices will stay on the sign-in screen prompting for credentials. We are working on a resolution and will provide an update in an upcoming release.

    How to get this update

    Before installing this update

    Microsoft now combines the latest servicing stack update (SSU) for your operating system with the latest cumulative update (LCU). For general information about SSUs, see Servicing stack updates and Servicing Stack Updates (SSU): Frequently Asked Questions.

    Prerequisite:

    Based on your installation scenario, choose one of the following:

    1. For offline OS image servicing:
      If your image does not have the March 22, 2022 (KB5011543) or later LCU, you must install the special standalone May 10, 2022 SSU (KB5014032) before installing this update.
    2. For Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) deployment or when installing the standalone package from Microsoft Update Catalog:
      If your devices do not have the May 11, 2021 (KB5003173) or later LCU, you must install the special standalone August 10, 2021 SSU (KB5005260) before installing this update.

    Install this update

    Release Channel Available Next Step
    Windows Update or Microsoft Update Yes Go to Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update. In the Optional updates available area, you’ll find the link to download and install the update.
    Windows Update for Business No None. These changes will be included in the next security update to this channel.
    Microsoft Update Catalog Yes To get the standalone package for this update, go to the Microsoft Update Catalog website.
    Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) No You can import this update into WSUS manually. See the Microsoft Update Catalog for instructions.

    If you want to remove the LCU

    To remove the LCU after installing the combined SSU and LCU package, use the DISM/Remove-Package command line option with the LCU package name as the argument. You can find the package name by using this command: DISM /online /get-packages.

    Running Windows Update Standalone Installer (wusa.exe) with the /uninstall switch on the combined package will not work because the combined package contains the SSU. You cannot remove the SSU from the system after installation.

    File information

    For a list of the files that are provided in this update, download the file information for cumulative update 5023773.

    For a list of the files that are provided in the servicing stack update, download the file information for the SSU - versions 19042.2780, 19044.2780, and 19045.2780.

    Source: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/...c-9e63353fef23


    Direct download links for KB5023773 MSU file from Microsoft Update Catalog:

    Download KB5023773 MSU for Windows 10 v20H2, v21H2, and v22H2 32-bit (x86) - 360.3 MB

    Download KB5023773 MSU for Windows 10 v20H2, v21H2, and v22H2 64-bit (x64) - 698.4 MB

    Download KB5023773 MSU for Windows 10 v20H2, v21H2, and v22H2 ARM64 - 718.0 MB


    UUP Dump:

    32-bit ISO download: https://uupdump.net/selectlang.php?i...7-796286360899

    64-bit ISO download: https://uupdump.net/selectlang.php?i...0-666c06ace3a3

    ARM64 ISO download: https://uupdump.net/selectlang.php?i...0-937a3fd72aaa

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    Brink's Avatar Posted By: Brink
    21 Mar 2023


  1. Posts : 22,766
    Win 10 Home ♦♦♦19045.4123 (x64) [22H2]
       #1

    Well... this is the last "Preview" Update I'm going to do. To be honest I'm fed up with them.
    Tuesday update on the 14th and one week later... this pretty much useless pile o' pixels.

    Since I installed Win 10 on May 2020... not one of these Preview updates has done anything for me.



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    Last edited by Ghot; 21 Mar 2023 at 17:04.
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  2. Posts : 1,215
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       #2

    Ghot said:
    Well... this is the last "Preview" Update I'm going to do. To be honest I'm fed up with them.
    Tuesday update on the 14th and one week later... this pretty much useless pile o' pixels.

    Since I installed Win 10 on May 2020... not one of these Preview updates has done anything for me.
    That's because you don't understand Microsoft's lingo.

    Each month, there is 1 security update (2nd Tuesday of the month) and there is 1 non-security "C" update (i.e. bug fixes).

    https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/wi...uality-updates

    If you don't do the "C" optional update, then it gets combined into your security update next month (April 11, 2023).
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  3. Posts : 22,766
    Win 10 Home ♦♦♦19045.4123 (x64) [22H2]
       #3

    sandyt said:
    That's because you don't understand Microsoft's lingo.

    Each month, there is 1 security update (2nd Tuesday of the month) and there is 1 non-security "C" update (i.e. bug fixes).

    https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/wi...uality-updates

    If you don't do the "C" optional update, then it gets combined into your security update next month (April 11, 2023).


    I understand that... perfectly. As I said... it's useless.
    In fact, other than keeping it somewhat up to date... I'm pretty much done with Windows 10.

    Other than a few stupid GUI changes in Windows 11 (which are pretty much reversible), there isn't much point in Windows 10, anymore.






    Cya on the other side. ^^

    If your hardware supports it, and even if it doesn't... it may be time to make the move. ^^
    Ofc, keep a full backup of Windows 10, just in case. But Windows 10 is gathering a lot of cobwebs.
    Last edited by Ghot; 21 Mar 2023 at 17:23.
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  4. Posts : 1,215
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       #4

    What do you expect? Your argument makes no sense.

    We don't even see much in the annual "feature" update any more after windows 11 was released.

    So now you are expecting some sort of miracle feature update in every month?

    "C" updates are bug fixes.
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  5. Posts : 22,766
    Win 10 Home ♦♦♦19045.4123 (x64) [22H2]
       #5

    sandyt said:
    What do you expect? Your argument makes no sense.

    We don't even see much in the annual "feature" update any more after windows 11 was released.

    So now you are expecting some sort of miracle feature update in every month?

    "C" updates are bug fixes.





    Oh Windows 10 you stood by us, and worked hard every day
    The songs and media we had, you cheerfully would play
    You kept our files and programs too, and I would have to say
    That we believed when MS said, that you were here to stay.

    Say goodbye to Windows 10
    It won't be round for long
    Say goodbye to Windows 10
    Tell it's story in a song.

    Oh we all thought that you would last forever and a year
    They said there's no more Windows, a truth that we held dear
    Then one day another came and we all shook with fear
    But it faltered at the starting line to our resounding cheer.

    Say goodbye to Windows 10
    It won't be round for long
    Say goodbye to Windows 10
    Tell it's story in a song.

    It's hard to tell this tale of woe, about our trusty friend
    It hurts to sing this song about the mighty Windows 10
    But sing we did, we stayed with you until the very end
    Though Win 11 took your place, you still refused to bend.

    Say goodbye to Windows 10
    It won't be round for long
    Say goodbye to Windows 10
    Tell it's story in a song.


    by.... Me



    @Brink
    Last edited by Ghot; 22 Mar 2023 at 00:48.
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  6. Posts : 1,441
    Windows 10 Pro x64-bit Build Latest
       #6

    Getting it now...

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  7. Posts : 91
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
       #7

    I still get network time-out issues which is solved by putting the Tracking prevention on Strict
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  8. Posts : 85
    Windows 10 Pro 22H2
       #8

    Installed successfully on 2 computer. No SFC problems. Would not install on the 3rd computer, got 0xe0000100 error, tried twice. Now in process of doing a Repair Install of Windows 10 with an In-place Upgrade on the 3rd computer.
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  9. Posts : 22,766
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       #9

    curlysir said:
    Installed successfully on 2 computer. No SFC problems. Would not install on the 3rd computer, got 0xe0000100 error, tried twice. Now in process of doing a Repair Install of Windows 10 with an In-place Upgrade on the 3rd computer.


    In-Place Upgrades are awesome.
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