after this update I have problem with signing in microsoft via any windows 10 app such as xbox, feedback, onenote, office, etc. I cannot sign in via the apps just from my pc. I can sign in to my account with browser. Also in reliability monitor I have critical events of xbox identity provider.
Aftre 5 days I uninstall this update on SOC Laptop.
High battery Drain.
Battery Remain Gauge not correct, update take more than 10 Minutes.
This Update destroyed my Motherboard Drivers, I had huge problems to re-install OEM Drivers, I could not Install, I had to uninstall all MB Drivers one-by-one.
So, Thank you MS, for me no more Updates you do not need to waste your time and mine.
This cumulative update has failed 3 times. I have had other updates fail but they always succeeded the second time.
Not going to try it again until I get some clarification.
Since I have many PCs at home, I download the patches from catalog.update.microsoft.com, save on an USB flash drive and execute the .msu files on my different machines.
If it didn't work this time I was going to try Offline. I downloaded the update in preparation for it but turned out I didn't need it.
But...getting a Security Client Error dialog box on boot-up.
Going to investigate that.
Update: Apparently the error dialog box referred to a "Service Registration Missing or Corrupt" error.
I ran the Troubleshooter for Windows Updates and it said it "fixed" it.
dialog box still displays at boot.
Last edited by dlwmacgregor; 19 Jan 2017 at 09:32.
Where do I find the error code, to know why this is failing? After reading this thread, I tried downloading the .msu file, but when the update is pending, it erroneeously reports that it is already installed, and after the reboot before it is pending again, it simply tells me it can't install it. So the .msu seems pretty useless in this case.
(OK, the screen capture only shows 10 failures, and a pending failure, but there is another below what fit in the window, plus two tries with the .msu)
(Insanity: doing the same thing and expecting a different outcome... I expect the pending update to also fail.)
Download KB3213986 and install it before enabling WU. The rest took about 10 minutes with no reboot. It's the largest KB file that stalls the update process on a clean install.Get it there:
Microsoft Update Catalog