Microsoft releases KB4517211 for Windows 10 version 1903
It took Microsoft several days longer, but not as long as expected, to release the second cumulative update of September 2019 for Windows 10 version 1903.
The company published cumulative updates for other supported versions of Windows 10 earlier this week and theÂ KB4517211 release for Windows 10 version 1903 completes the cycle.
The update is available on Windows Update and Windows Server Update Services, and also as a direct download on the Microsoft Update Catalog.
KB4517211 for Windows 10 version 1903
KB4517211 is a non-security update that fixes issues for the most part. The update includes the following changes (which for the most part were fixed in Windows 10 version 1809 as well):
- Fixed a vertical fonts printing issue when using PostScript printers.
- Fixed a program starting issue that would return a "Access is denied" error when attempt to run 32-bit applications using "run as different user".
- Fixed an USB write access issue when switching from a privileges to an unprivileged user.
- Fixed an issue that caused lsass.exe to stop working.
- Fixed the Windows Hello for Business issue that gave users two certificates for authentication instead of just one.
- Fixed an issue that prevented web browsers from connecting to Windows Server securely.
- Fixed an authentication issue for certificate-based authentication processes if a cname was part of the pre-authentication request.
- Fixed an issue with Microsoft App-V applications failing to open and displaying a network error instead.
- Fixed an issue with the Win32_LogonSession class which would display the value of the epoch instead of the actual logon time.
- Fixed a File Explorer display issue that would show regular file icons for files with the offline attribute.
- Fixed a VPN disconnection issue on cellular networks.
- Fixed an issue that caused audio playback and recording to fail on remote virtual machine connections.
- Fixed an issue in MSCTF.dll that would cause applications to stop working.
- Fixed an input and display issue caused by imm32.dll.
- Fixed a resizing issue in Windows Presentation Foundation applications that would not respond to the resize operation until the mouse button is released.
- Fixed an issue that prevented older systems from upgrading to newer systems because "of an error in the display driver of older versions".
- Fixed an issue on laptops with HDR screens that could cause the screen to turn white.
- Fixed an issue when converting applications from 32-bit to 64-bit.
- Addressed an issue that prevented users from running the Active Directory Diagnostics Data Collector Set from the Performance Monitor for Domain Controllers. This causes the Data Collector.
- Fixed the audio issue in certain games that would made it quieter or different than expected.
- Fixed an issue in Microsoft App-V that would prevent virtual processes from opening.
- Fixed a power issue that would prevent maximum CPU performance from being available when selecting the High Performance plan.
- Fixed an issue that caused devices to stop working when opening files from a network drive that has client-side caching enabled.
- Introduces a way to configure the read buffer size.
- This allows you to address an issue with slow upload times when uploading a file to a Universal Naming Convention (UNC) share using the Internet Information Services (IIS) Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDAV) feature.
- Facilitates the configuration of devices that are managed by mobile device management (MDM) settings, which are created by ADMX ingestion.
Microsoft lists a single known issue on the support page:
- Input Method Editors may become unresponsive or cause high CPU usage.
Workaround is available.
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