• Master Patch List as of June 13, 2023

    I’ve updated the Master Patch list for the May releases.

    Remember to always review the known issues we are tracking on the Master Patch List. I will keep the latest info there.

    So far trending issues are:


    Chrome may have some issues after the June updates – Triggered by malwarebytes – see their KB

    Business side effects:

    Users of Windows Hello may get an extra OOBE prompt.

    Manual registry keys have to be deployed to be fully patched. Testing the impact and will report back. I do not see this as a concern for consumers just potentially targeted businesses.

    June turns on Enforcement by Default comes with the June updates regarding CVE-2022-38023 ( KB5021130: How to manage the Netlogon protocol changes related to CVE-2022-38023 – Microsoft Support ).

    I am recommending at this time that you install Apple updates, I’m not recommending Windows updates at this time. I’ll have more details in the newsletter on Monday.

    • Windows 11 22H2: Not recommended
    • Windows 11 21H2: If you have a Windows 11 PC, recommended
    • Windows 10 22H2: Recommended
    • Windows 10 21H2: Drops out of support this month
    • Apple Ventura – Recommended for newer hardware – as always check with the applications you rely on if they recommend this release.

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