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    PATCH WATCH By Susan Bradley We anticipate an uneventful release of Windows 10 22H2 later in the month. Meanwhile, we’re watching several side effects
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      I had success upgrading my “un-deserving” Dell desktop to 22H2, by using the ISO and “Rufus” to load it on a flash drive.  Rufus removed the MS requirements, allowing it to load from Windows, as if it were an upgrade.  Didn’t lose anything.

      BTW – The desktop is a Dell 7040 with TPM, NVMe, 16GB DDR4 and I7 (7th gen).  The CPU was the issue.  Runs great and very fast.


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        I have almost the same configuration as Skyking; a 7040 with a 6th generation i5, 16 gig RAM, 512 gig  NVMe SSD. I also loaded W11 Pro 22H1 using Rufus to remove the blocks. I have had no issues with updates, but have not been offered 22H2, so I went ahead and made a 22H2 usb using the .iso and Rufus again, and did a upgrade install to 22H2. So far I have had no issues at all with the upgrade. I also found a way to get the File Explorer tabs feature installed and like it as well.

        I hope this helps you Susan.

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      Thank you for mentioning your issue with third-party email software and Microsoft’s mandatory switchover to OAuth authentication on Oct. 1st. I just wish I had known about this on Friday when several of my co-workers were unable to access their Godaddy MS Exchange email thru Office 2013.

      Normally I would go to email administration and create a special password for these older apps, but Godaddy doesn’t allow this, despite their help pages saying that it does. (You can setup 2-factor auth for each account, but the additional tab for auth passwords doesn’t work.)

      Talking with GD tech support, they insisted I had to upgrade to Office 2016 or higher, or I could upgrade those email accounts to their Pro version (for extra $$$) which includes a copy of Office 2016.

      Following the link you provided, I reached https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/admin/security-and-compliance/enable-modern-authentication?view=o365-worldwide which says that Office 2013 *does* support OAuth with a registry tweak.

      I couldn’t find this page after multiple stabs at Google searches, so thanks again for pointing this out.

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