[German]On November 14 (second Tuesday of the month, Patchday at Microsoft), various cumulative updates were released for the supported Windows 10 builds (from the RTM version to the current version) as well as for the Windows Server counterparts. Here are some details on the respective security updates for Windows 10.
A list of the updates can be found on this Microsoft website. I have extracted the details below. Since March 2021, Microsoft has been integrating the Servicing Stack Updates (SSUs) for newer Windows 10 builds into the cumulative update. March 2023 will be the last time preview updates will be available for older Windows 10 builds.
Updates for Windows 10 Version 21H1 – 22H2
For the Windows 10 versions mentioned above, Microsoft only provides one update package, which is named below.
Update KB5032189 for Windows 10 Version 21H1 – 22H2
Cumulative Update KB5032189 raises the OS build for all Windows 10 variants to 1904x.3693 – with 21H2, only the Enterprise variant will receive the update. The update only contains security fixes, but no new operating system functions. A list of the fixes can be found in the article Windows 10 22H2 Preview Update KB5031445 (October 26, 2023)), these fixes have been adopted. For the cumulative update it simply says:
This update addresses security issues for your Windows operating system.
Microsoft also points out that this update makes quality improvements to the Servicing Stack (responsible for Microsoft updates). This update is automatically downloaded and installed by Windows Update, but is also available in the Microsoft Update Catalog and via WSUS and WUfB. Please note the information on installation and known problems described in the support article.
Updates for Windows 10/Server 2019
The following updates are available for Windows 10 Enterprise 2019 LTSC and Windows Server 2019.
Update KB5032196 for Windows 10 Enterprise 2019 LTSC /Windows Server 2019
Cumulative Update KB5032196 (is sorted under Windows 10 v1809, but refers to the 2019 versions and) raises the OS build (according to MS) to 17763.51221 and includes quality improvements but no new operating system features. This update is only available for Windows 10 2019 Enterprise LTSC and IoT Enterprise LTSC (the remaining versions will no longer receive security updates on May 11, 2021) and Windows Server 2019. Microsoft lists the fixes under KB5032196. The update is automatically downloaded and installed by Windows Update, but is also available in the Microsoft Update Catalog, via WSUS and WUfB. Microsoft has also updated the Service Stack Update (SSU). Please note the installation sequence described in the support article and also the notes on further requirements. Microsoft states known problems for the update in the support article.
Updates for Windows 10 version 1507 to 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 in the Microsoft Update Catalog (search for the KB number). The latest Servicing Stack Update (SSU) must be installed before manual installation. Details can be found in the respective KB article.
- Windows 10 Version 1607: Update KB5032197 is only available for Enterprise LTSC and Windows Server 2016. The update upgrades the OS build to 14393.6452 and addresses security and other issues.
- Windows 10 Version 1507: Update KB5032199 is available for the RTM version (LTSC). The update raises the OS build to 10240.20308 and fixes vulnerabilities and bugs.
There was no update for the remaining Windows 10 versions, as these versions are no longer supported. If in doubt, details on the above updates can be found in the respective Microsoft KB articles.
Microsoft Security Update Summary (November 14, 2023)
Patchday: Windows 10-Updates (November 14, 2023)
Patchday: Windows 11/Server 2022-Updates (November 14, 2023)
Windows 7/Server 2008 R2; Server 2012 R2: Updates (November 14, 2023)
Microsoft Office Updates (November 14, 2023)
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