Cumulative Update KB4016635 for Windows 10 v1607 Build 14393.970

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  1. Bree's Avatar
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       24 Mar 2017 #40

    M4v3r1ck said: View Post
    Just a lill question, do I need to install .969 first or can I go along installing the (cumulative) service update .970 right away?
    You can go straight to .970, it includes everything from .969.
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  2.    24 Mar 2017 #41

    ok thanks Bree
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  3. M4v3r1ck's Avatar
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       24 Mar 2017 #42

    Bree said: View Post
    You can go straight to .970, it includes everything from .969.
    Thanks Bree for the confirmation!

    Cheerd
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       24 Mar 2017 #43

    so many big update in a short time
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  5.    24 Mar 2017 #44

    Everything ok! :)
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  6.    25 Mar 2017 #45

    Bree said: View Post
    No. It's not being distributed by windows update. If you need it you have to download it from the catalog. Unless you have one of the two problems listed in post#1 then you don't need it - those fixes seem to be the only new bits in this one.
    But why does this not get pushed through WU still? How does Windows "know" it has these two problems or not? All it knows is it's .969 and would look for a newer version.
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       25 Mar 2017 #46

    MartinO said: View Post
    How does Windows "know" it has these two problems or not? All it knows is it's .969 and would look for a newer version.
    And it won't find one. Microsoft haven't put .970 on the windows update servers. It's available only on the catalog where those who need it (mainly business customers affected by the first issue) can download it if required.
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  8. DooGie's Avatar
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       25 Mar 2017 #47

    MartinO said: View Post
    But why does this not get pushed through WU still? How does Windows "know" it has these two problems or not? All it knows is it's .969 and would look for a newer version.
    If you read Brink's post here Cumulative Update KB4016635 for Windows 10 v1607 Build 14393.970 it states it is a manual download only.
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  9.    25 Mar 2017 #48

    DooGie said: View Post
    If you read Brink's post here Cumulative Update KB4016635 for Windows 10 v1607 Build 14393.970 it states it is a manual download only.
    Yes, hence my question. My point was just why would leave Microsoft it to the user to figure this out.
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  10. DooGie's Avatar
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       25 Mar 2017 #49

    MartinO said: View Post
    Yes, hence my question. My point was just why would leave Microsoft it to the user to figure this out.
    A lot of users didn't have any issues with build .969
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