Cumulative Update KB4032188 Windows 10 v1703 Build 15063.502  

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  1. Posts : 137
    Windows 10 x64
       #30

    Thanks MS. We just tried to shut down our systems after a very hot and long working day. Now we wait for an unannouced update to install. Patch Tuesday is most certainly not patch Wednesday evening! Maybe some respect to users would be nice. But looking at the direction this company took, that is not expectable anymore :-(((
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  2. Posts : 4,224
    Windows 10
       #31

    Downloading on multiple systems right now. At least one of those systems is apparently falling prey to the "hang at 2% download" phenomenon observed by at least one other person who posted to this thread. Will report further if additional issues present themselves. So far, though, so good.
    --Ed--
    Note added 3 hrs later: My production machine went completely south after the restart post update. I had to perform a repair install to get my boot environment working again. My primary symptom was booting to the start screen, but no access to mouse or keyboard to permit PIN entry to login. Various USB problems manifested as well. Repair install fixed everything, though. Weird. All 6 other machines running 15063 updated without problems, though. Why is it that the machine you need most is the one that goes off the rails? Special sub-case of Murphy's Law, I guess...
    Last edited by EdTittel; 02 Aug 2017 at 14:29.
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  3. Posts : 3,323
    Windows 10 Pro x64
       #32

    Installed successfully on 2 desktops and a laptop. No issues.
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  4. Posts : 137
    Windows 10 x64
       #33

    It didn't end well. After restart got a log full of crashed processes and apps. Thanks Redmont. At one hand I am angry, but also sad. Again a lost evening and night ahead. Restoring images. Can't they do things right there??? Stop bothering and pusing users. Any other operating system politely informs users that an update is available. And offers you the opportunity to either install it or NOT install it. Not so with Windows 10. I regret the day I ever switched to,it. Unfortunately I now have a laptop I am not allowed to install Win 7 on anymore, also drivers for that version are not available. I am considering more and more to buy a macbook. Yes, maybe also not perfect and overpriced. But I spend way too much time on Windows. Deferring, repairing, restoring. Just have so enough of it, so tired of it. :-(
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  5. Posts : 27,576
    10 Home x64 (22H2) (10 Pro on 2nd pc)
       #34

    EdTittel said:
    ...one of those systems is apparently falling prey to the "hang at 2% download" phenomenon observed by at least one other person who posted to this thread...
    So far every cumulative update for 1703 has hung at 1% or 2% for me. That seems to be because I have a metered connection set. For other updates like Defender definitions, checking for updates responds correctly saying: 'can't download while on a metered connection' and offering a 'download' button.

    Cumulative Update KB4032188 Windows 10 v1703 Build 15063.502-update-download.png

    This doesn't happen for Cumulative Updates, instead it starts downloading then stops at a few percent, never to go any further. Turning off 'metered connection' invariably lets the download continue then run to completion.

    This would appear to be a failed implementation of the revised wording in 'Settings - Windows Update' that appeared with 1703.

    Cumulative Update KB4032188 Windows 10 v1703 Build 15063.502-update-settings-1703.png

    Previously this wording just said 'except over metered connections'.

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  6. Posts : 2,292
    Windows 10 Pro (64 bit)
       #35

    Win10usr said:
    Thanks MS. We just tried to shut down our systems after a very hot and long working day. Now we wait for an unannouced update to install. Patch Tuesday is most certainly not patch Wednesday evening! Maybe some respect to users would be nice. But looking at the direction this company took, that is not expectable anymore :-(((
    I feel your pain. Cannot stand out of the blue updates. They should stick to once a month. Then everyone knows where they stand. I think this is pretty pointless to inflict on everyone seeing as I'd wager on Tuesday next week there will be another one coming down the pipe.
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  7. Posts : 1,524
    Windows 10 Pro (32-bit) 16299.15
       #36

    According to a post on Microsoft Answers from a Microsoft rep, this cumulative update also fixes a problem which started in 1703 with Broadcom 440x network cards which made the machine almost unusable unless you could disable the network card.

    https://answers.microsoft.com/messag...3-a64b92445385

    Travis_MSFT said:
    I can confirm that the latest cumulative update has the Broadcom 440x fix. It was released 18 hours ago. For those that are curious this is build 15063.502. This has been a long four month drive to getting this fix investigated, fixed, and released. Thank you all for your patience. If you continue to have issues with the Broadcom 440x after applying this update please let us know on this thread.
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  8. Posts : 137
    Windows 10 x64
       #37

    That's for sure. I once asked Micro$oft. They say that they have the freedom to roll out updates whenever they want and how often they want. Also this was NOT a security patch, so you can expect a new adventure next week. I wouldn't shed a tear if in the future Windows stops being mainstream. It's way too overloaded with features no decent human being ever uses. Obligatory apps, app updates, security leaks, crashing important processes... It should never have been released like this. And every time when it starts to look a little bit more stable, the next mega-upgrade is awaiting. I don't feel comfortable working with it. Every morning you switch on a computer it's waiting to see if it starts normally. And then hoping you reach the end of the day without too many problems. And preferably no pushed surprise updates. But it's all extremely unpredictable. :-(


    Scottyboy99 said:
    I feel your pain. Cannot stand out of the blue updates. They should stick to once a month. Then everyone knows where they stand. I think this is pretty pointless to inflict on everyone seeing as I'd wager on Tuesday next week there will be another one coming down the pipe.
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  9. Posts : 2,557
    Windows 10 pro x64-bit
       #38

    KB4032188 installed on both of my PCs without a hitch and was even faster than last CU. However, I am a bit disappointed that Microsoft didn't fix the problem with "Advanced Settings" in Firewall &Network Protection. If one goes to "Settings" > Update & security > Windows Defender > Open WD Security Center > Firewall & Network Protection > Advanced Settings (at the bottom). Clicking on the latter generates a UAC prompt and when one clicks on "Yes" to the prompt, nothing still doesn't happen.

    This is the second CU where everyone was waiting for a fix to this issue, but it still doesn't happen. What a drag!!..
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  10. Posts : 1,698
    Windows 10 HOME 64-BIT
       #39

    IronZorg89 said:
    KB4032188 installed on both of my PCs without a hitch and was even faster than last CU. However, I am a bit disappointed that Microsoft didn't fix the problem with "Advanced Settings" in Firewall &Network Protection. If one goes to "Settings" > Update & security > Windows Defender > Open WD Security Center > Firewall & Network Protection > Advanced Settings (at the bottom). Clicking on the latter generates a UAC prompt and when one clicks on "Yes" to the prompt, nothing still doesn't happen.

    This is the second CU where everyone was waiting for a fix to this issue, but it still doesn't happen. What a drag!!..
    Nothing happens here either, WHY on earth did MS build this in anyways?!
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