[German]On March 8, 2022 (second Tuesday of the month, Patchday at Microsoft), various cumulative updates for the supported Windows 10 builds (from the RTM version to the current version) were released. Here are some details about each of the Patchday security updates.
A list of the updates can be found on this Microsoft website. I have pulled out the details below. Since March 2021, Microsoft has integrated the Servicing Stack Updates (SSUs) for newer Windows 10 builds into the cumulative update.
Updates for Windows 10 Version 20H2-21H2
For the Windows 10 versions mentioned above, Microsoft provides only one update package, which is mentioned below.
Update KB5010342 for Windows 10 Version 20H2 – 21H2
Update KB5011487 for Windows 10 Version 20H2 – 21H2
Cumulative update KB5011487 raises the OS build to 19042.1586 for Windows 10 version 20H2, 19043.1586 for Windows 10 version 21H1, and 19044.1586 for Windows 10 version 21H2. The update contains only security fixes, but no new operating system features. It fixes the reset bug described in the articles Microsoft confirms wipe issue on resetting Windows 10/11 (20H2 – 21H2) and Windows 10/11 (21H2): Wipe does not delete user data.
Addresses a known issue that occurs when you attempt to reset a Windows device and its apps have folders that contain reparse data, such as Microsoft OneDrive or Microsoft OneDrive for Business. When you select Remove everything, files that have been downloaded or synced locally from Microsoft OneDrive might not be deleted. Some devices might take up to seven (7) days after you install this update to fully address the issue and prevent files from persisting after a reset. For immediate effect, you can manually trigger Windows Update Troubleshooter using the instructions in Windows Update Troubleshooter.
Microsoft notes that this update makes quality improvements to the servicing stack (is responsible for Microsoft updates). This update is automatically downloaded and installed by Windows Update, but is also available from the Microsoft Update Catalog and via WSUS and WUfB. If the update from May 11, 2021 (KB5003173) or a newer LCU is missing, the special, standalone SSU from August 10, 2021 (KB5005260) must be installed beforehand. For the update, Microsoft states various known issues in the support article. Thus, an RDP connection problem is rolled back via KIR.
Updates for Windows 10 Version 1909
The following updates are available for Windows 10 version 1909 released in 2019. .
Update KB5011485 for Windows 10 Version 1909
Cumulative update KB5011485 raises the Windows 10 V1909 OS build to 18363.2158. The update is available for Windows 10 Enterprise/Education version 1909. The update includes quality improvements but no new OS features and is intended to improve security. There are unspecified security fixes mentioned for this update. Here is the list of improvements:
- Addresses an issue that prevents printing from operating properly for some low integrity process apps.
- Addresses an issue that causes Windows to go into BitLocker recovery after a servicing update.
- Addresses an issue that might display a blank Remote Desktop session window.
- Addresses an issue that fails to write Active Directory (AD) attributes properly during a Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) modify operation of multiple attributes.
This update is automatically downloaded and installed by Windows Update. This update is also available in the Microsoft Update Catalog and via WSUS and WUfB. Microsoft has now included the latest Service Stack Update (SSU) as build 18363.2091 in the cumulative update. The SSU (KB5004748) from July 13, 2021 must be installed before the cumulative update is installed. Microsoft does not indicate any known issues for the update. Details can be found in the KB article.
Updates for Windows 10 Version 1809
Windows 10 October 2018 Update (version 1809) has fallen out of support, but the following update is available for Windows 10 Enterprise 2019 LTSC and Windows Server 2019.
Update KB5011503 for Windows 10 Enterprise 2019 LTSC /Windows Server 2019 LTSC
Cumulative Update KB5011503 he OS build (according to MS) to 17763.2686 and includes quality improvements but no new OS features. Also for this Windows 10 version, which only receives updates for Enterprise LTSC and IoT Enterprise LTSC (the remaining variants dropped out of the security update supply on May 11, 2021) brings the following fix:
This update contains miscellaneous security improvements to internal OS functionality. No additional issues were documented for this release.
This update is automatically downloaded and installed by Windows Update, but is also available from the Microsoft Update Catalog, WSUS and WUfB. Microsoft has also updated the Service Stack Update (SSU) to build 17763.2510. Microsoft lists several known issues. Details can be found in the KB article.
Updates for Windows 10 Version 1507 bis 1607
Updates for the Enterprise LTSC versions are available for Windows 10 RTM up to version 1607. These updates are automatically downloaded and installed by Windows Update, but are available for download from the Microsoft Update Catalog (search by KB number). Before manual installation, the latest Servicing Stack Update (SSU) must be installed. Details can be found in the respective KB article.
- Windows 10 Version 1607: Update KB5011495 is only available for Enterprise LTSC and Windows Server 2016. The update upgrades the OS build to 14393.5006.
- Windows 10 Version 1507: Update KB5011491 is available for the RTM version (LTSC). The update raises the OS build to 10240.19235.
There was no update for the remaining Windows 10 versions, as these versions have fallen out of support. Details about the above updates can be found in the respective Microsoft KB articles if in doubt.
Microsoft Office Updates (March 1, 2022)
Microsoft Security Update Summary (March 8, 2022)
Patchday: Windows 10-Updates (March 8, 2022)
Patchday: Windows 11/Server 2022-Updates (March 8, 2022)
Windows 7/Server 2008R2; Windows 8.1/Server 2012R2: Updates (March 8, 2022)
Patchday: Microsoft Office Updates (March 8, 2022)
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