Microsoft Says Recent Windows 10 Cumulative Updates Could Break Down Some PCs

Microsoft has acknowledged a bug in a number of the most up-to-date cumulative updates for Windows 10, revealing that putting in these patches may trigger gadgets related to a website utilizing MIT Kerberos reals to fail to begin up or proceed to restart.

The firm explains that this bug impacts the vast majority of Windows 10 variations the place the newest cumulative updates had been put in, together with the May 2019 Update.

The affected platforms (each consumer and server) are the next:

Windows 10 model 1903
Windows 10 model 1809
Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC 2019
Windows 10 model 1803
Windows 10 model 1709
Windows 10 model 1703
Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC 2016
Windows 10 model 1607
Windows Server model 1903
Windows Server model 1809
Windows Server 2019
Windows Server model 1803
Windows Server model 1709
Windows Server 2016

“Devices connected to a domain that is configured to use MIT Kerberos realms may not start up or may continue to restart after installation of [cumulative update number]. Devices that are domain controllers or domain members are both affected,” Microsoft explains.

If you’re undecided the bug exists in your system or not, you may verify if the next registry key exists in your laptop utilizing the Registry Editor:


Microsoft says you also needs to search for a coverage known as “Define interoperable Kerberos v5 realm settings” situated on the following path within the GPE:

Computer Configuration -> Policies -> Administrative Templates > System -> Kerberos

The difficulty has already been confirmed to exist within the following cumulative updates:

Windows 10 model 1903: OS Build 18362.145, May 29, 2019 – KB4497935
Windows 10 model 1809: OS Build 17763.652, July 22, 2019 – KB4505658
Windows 10 model 1803: OS Build 17134.915, July 16, 2019 – KB4507466
Windows 10 model 1709: OS Build 16299.1296, July 16, 2019 – KB4507465
Windows 10 model 1703: OS Build 15063.1955, July 16, 2019 – KB4507467
Windows 10 model 1607: OS Build 14393.3115, July 16, 2019 – KB4507459

Microsoft recommends customers to keep away from putting in these cumulative updates if the bug impacts their productiveness and says {that a} repair is anticipated in mid-August.

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