Microsoft released two cumulative updates for Windows 10 version 1607 and Windows 10 version 1703 yesterday under KB4077528 and KB4077525.
About 15% of all Windows 10 devices don't run the latest version, the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, according to AdDuplex. While the Fall Creators Update should be available to all customers -- minus the ones that have incompatible hardware -- some admins and customers prefer not to install it yet or cannot install it because they run into issues doing so.
One of my machines is still on Windows 10 version 1703 because the update to version 1709 throws a BlueScreen error during the update process which I cannot get resolved on my end.
On to the February 22, 2018 released patches for Windows 10
KB4077525 is a massive non-security update for Windows 10 version 1607, also known as the Anniversary Edition of the operating system.
The update is available via Windows Update and also on the Microsoft Update Catalog website as a direct download.
It introduces the following improvements and fixes:
The cumulative update as two known issues. The first blocks updates if incompatible antivirus solutions are installed.
The second describes a server restart issue if Credential Guard is enabled. The error is "he system process lsass.exe terminated unexpectedly with status code -1073740791. The system will now shut down and restart".
The only workaround right now is to disable Windows Defender Credential Guard.
KB4077528 is a non-security update for Windows 10 version 1703. It is available via Windows Update and on Microsoft's Update Catalog website.
The update includes the following fixes and improvements:
Now You: Have you installed these updates? What's your experience?
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