Microsoft has released a new cumulative update Update KB3176938 for Windows 10 PCs and mobile devices on the Insider Program. This update shifts the build number to 14393.103. The update is available for Windows Insiders in Slow and Release Preview rings.
The announcement has been made by Dona Sarkar via Twitter:
We’re good at multi-tasking! We released CU 14393.103 to Slow and RP rings just now. No new build for Fast Ring today.
— Dona Sarkar (@donasarkar) 25. August 2016
It’s unclear to me, whether the PowerShell bug reported in my blog post Windows 10 Anniversary Update KB3176934 breaks PowerShell has been fixed (I haven’t tested it yet). The changelog (in Feedback hub) addresses the following fixes.
- Improved reliability of the Windows Ink Workspace, Microsoft Edge, File Server, Windows kernel, Microsoft Component Object Model (COM), Cluster Health Service, Hyper-V, Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA), NTFS file system, PowerShell, Internet Explorer, facial recognition, graphics, Microsoft Store and Windows Shell.
- Improved performance for the speed of purchasing Store apps.
- Improved battery life of wearable devices (such as the Microsoft Band) while Bluetooth is connected and idle.
- Improved compatibility of using Xbox One controllers with various games.
- Addressed issue with incorrect character mapping between Japanese and Unicode for the question mark (?) symbol.
- Addressed issue that prevents the download and initialization of .NET objects in Internet Explorer.
- Improved support for new near-field communication (NFC) chips for Windows 10 Mobile.
- Addressed issue with game or app audio not resuming after ending a call on Windows 10 Mobile.
- Addressed additional issues with compatibility, Remote Desktop, BitLocker, PowerShell, Direct3D, networking policies, Dynamic Access Control (DAC) rules, Microsoft Edge, Connected Standby, mobile device management (MDM), printing, Fingerprint logon and Cortana.
PowerShell is mentioned, but no words about the PS DSC and remote issue. The Technet comment here indicates, that still issues with network security and remote operations.
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