Windows 10 Creators Update Privacy Settings (KB4013214)

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  1. Posts : 2,290
    Windows 10 Pro (64 bit)
       #11

    Unfortunately I don't know how to get it back. But I do think we need some clarification around this privacy settings. Questions such as, When will it pop up again if one selects remind later? Why has the prompt to review never popped up on my secondary machine despite the relevant kb4013214 getting installed back on the 11th? Why did KB4013214 not get installed on our main machine, subsequent update checks manually triggered still haven't pulled it in?

    tweeted ms support several times for answers but no answers forthcoming
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  2. Posts : 5
    Windows 10 OS Build 14393.1066
       #12

    Karhis said:
    Does anybody know how to "retrigger" the "Review privacy settings" dialog?
    I came here because I had the exact same question. Like you, I had selected 'remind me later' and was happy to see it stick in the action centre, allowing me to delay the Creators Update until it suited me. Then this morning the action centre was empty. I think the reason may have been because I made a couple of adjustments yesterday in the settings/privacy panel. Anyway, after I opened settings/privacy again this morning, without changing anything, the "Review privacy settings" dialog suddenly reappeared in the middle of the screen. I again selected 'remind me later' and now it's back sitting in the action centre for me to complete at my leisure. It was probably just coincidence the dialogue reappearing straight after I'd opened the privacy settings so I'd expect your machine to get it back sooner rather than later.
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  3. Posts : 2,290
    Windows 10 Pro (64 bit)
       #13

    Teeseaeff said:
    I came here because I had the exact same question. Like you, I had selected 'remind me later' and was happy to see it stick in the action centre, allowing me to delay the Creators Update until it suited me. Then this morning the action centre was empty. I think the reason may have been because I made a couple of adjustments yesterday in the settings/privacy panel. Anyway, after I opened settings/privacy again this morning, without changing anything, the "Review privacy settings" dialog suddenly reappeared in the middle of the screen. I again selected 'remind me later' and now it's back sitting in the action centre for me to complete at my leisure. It was probably just coincidence the dialogue reappearing straight after I'd opened the privacy settings so I'd expect your machine to get it back sooner rather than later.
    Thanks for sharing. I'm still tearing my hair out. I don't understand why one machine got the KB and one hasn't. Is this KB also part of the staggered roll out. And then why is one of having got this KB still not showing the review privacy settings pop up at all 5 days after this KB installed? This is where I am cross with MS at the total lack of clarity and then having contacted them about this a total lack of response.
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  4. Posts : 5
    Windows 10 OS Build 14393.1066
       #14

    Scottyboy99 said:
    I don't understand why one machine got the KB and one hasn't.
    I realise you probably already know this and have checked but if, for some reason, your machine has failed to instal KB4015217 cum. update during last Tuesday's patches then it wouldn't be offered the Privacy Settings Update.
    MS did state that newer machines, whatever that means, would be offered the Creators Update first over an unspecified roll out period. Perhaps their system identified your second machine as 'not so new'.
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  5. Posts : 2,290
    Windows 10 Pro (64 bit)
       #15

    Thanks - my machine got that KB. It's just this kb4013214 that got omitted. Maybe it's as you suggest but I would of thought all machines would of got this KB at least in preparation - this is where it's so unclear from MS. And of course our other machine did get this KB but even 5 days later still no pop up to review privacy settings.
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  6. Posts : 77
    Win 10 Pro
       #16

    I would like to know how to completely get rid of this garbage. I installed the creators edition a few days ago and immediately started noticing performance issues with my Oculus among other things.
    I do not want this update, I thought by going into my advanced update and security settings and checking the "defer" box that Windows would leave me alone for a few months...but oh no. This 'reminder' to review my privacy settings continues.
    I can see that his KB was downloaded and installed on April 16th, but there's no option to uninstall or block it? What the hell? It's not even listed in the list of updates that can be uninstalled?
    I would simply like to keep my trusty 1607 Win 10 Pro build and avoid this garbage that frankly I do not want or need?

    Thanks! :)
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  7. Posts : 65
    Windows 10 Professional 21H2
       #17

    Scottyboy99,
    I also got tired of waiting for the CU download/update.
    I followed this tutorial article by Brink to do the update--> (worked perfectly)
    Update to Latest Version of Windows 10 using Update Assistant - Windows 10 Installation Upgrade Tutorials
    Hope this helps.
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  8. Posts : 2,290
    Windows 10 Pro (64 bit)
       #18

    Thank you. I think I'll wait it out for now. I read reports about iTunes not playing nice with Windows 10 Creators Update. As my mobile and tablet devices of choice are apple this is a little concerning. As much as I don't like Apple's arrogant attitude I do feel Microsoft keeps moving the goalposts with these major updates so regulary. Hopefully by the time CU rolls down the pipe to me iTunes will be more compatible (having received an update)
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  9. Posts : 77
    Win 10 Pro
       #19

    Globespy said:
    I would like to know how to completely get rid of this garbage. I installed the creators edition a few days ago and immediately started noticing performance issues with my Oculus among other things.
    I do not want this update, I thought by going into my advanced update and security settings and checking the "defer" box that Windows would leave me alone for a few months...but oh no. This 'reminder' to review my privacy settings continues.
    I can see that his KB was downloaded and installed on April 16th, but there's no option to uninstall or block it? What the hell? It's not even listed in the list of updates that can be uninstalled?
    I would simply like to keep my trusty 1607 Win 10 Pro build and avoid this garbage that frankly I do not want or need?

    Thanks! :)
    I found another thread in this forum that provides a handy registry file to get rid of the reminders to check privacy and security before the update will be mandatorily forced. Essentially you don't need to bother with the update if you don't want it.
    I chatted with Microsoft support and their only option was to roll back my PC, as the KB can't be removed. Because it's "important". To who?
    Anyway, this would have created a ton of work for me as I have a lot of custom stuff going on that took many hours to setup after I had to reimage my PC post the Creator update disaster.
    So just letting anyone who might be in the same position as me know there's a better solution.

    Cheers.
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  10. Posts : 14,893
    Windows 10 Pro
       #20

    For those who want to retrigger the Update and Privacy settings, in task scheduler navigate to \Microsoft\Windows\UNP\Campains\{91be532c-f9f1-406a-9858-43697c6f437a} and run the task named 'Time'.
    Note   Note
    It'll only occur once in a while, I believe once a day


    I restored a backup of yesterday to figure out it'll only run once in a while after I triggered the task.

    Note   Note
    I'm not 100% sure if the CSLID (red marked) is the same for everyone, but I assume there is only 1 folder below Campains folder so go to the folder below Campains folder
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