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      • #1836225 Reply
        PKCano
        Da Boss

        With Bluekeep patching behind us (hopefully), we are waiting for the June 2019 results to come rolling in. There are (only) 108 new entries in the Win
        [See the full post at: June 2019 Patch Tuesday is rolling out]

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      • #1836226 Reply
        PKCano
        Da Boss

        Direct Catalog downloads for Group B Security-only patches and IE11 Cumulative Updates have been updated on AKB2000003 on 6/11/2019.

        Please note: The font on the AKB2000003 page appears as light gray. The links still work. You have to squint!

        Please notepciclearstalecache.exe was NOT bundled with the Win7 June Security-only Update and is NOT needed with the June Security-only update.

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        • #1836473 Reply
          anonymous
          Guest

          What is the chance of repairing the font on that page for old eyes?

          Installed pciclearstalecache.exe as instructed in the past. Does this now need to be done EVERY month???!!!

          • #1836875 Reply
            PaulK
            AskWoody Lounger

            Faint Font Feint – Highlight* the text of interest -OR- Ctrl+A to highlight entire page.
            * – Hold down either Shift or Ctrl, and sweep across text with mouse.

            PCI… .EXE –
            1) See PKCano’s third paragraph.

            2) For those readers in “Group A” (full Rollups, not Security only) —
            Below is copied from here, representative of notices starting April 9, 2019:

            Starting with KB4493472 Monthly Rollup updates will no longer include PciClearStaleCache.exe.
            . . .
            Administrators should ensure that any one or more of the Monthly rollups released between April 10, 2018 (KB4093118) and March 12, 2019 (KB4489878) have been installed prior to installing April 2019 and later updates. Each of these rollup updates includes PciClearStaleCache.exe.

      • #1836228 Reply
        NetDef
        AskWoody_MVP

        Pulling 1903 KB4503293 now on several test machines.

        Be interesting to see if the deferral settings bug gets fixed.

         

        EDIT:  Post 1903 patch – looks like the deferral UI is still missing the Feature control/drop-down.  So not fixed yet.

        ~ Group "Weekend" ~

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        • #1836995 Reply
          woody
          Da Boss

          Argh!

          I wonder what will happen when they do fix it?

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      • #1836280 Reply
        geekdom
        AskWoody Plus

        Beta Test Reporting on Windows 7 x64 Updates

        – Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool x64 – June 2019 (KB890830)
        – June Security Monthly Quality Rollup Windows 7 x64 (KB4503292)

        All installed without error and the system rebooted without error.

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      • #1836411 Reply
        krzemien
        AskWoody Lounger

        I might inevitably have clashed with one of the mods resulting in my post disappearing completely. So let’s start again:

        2019-06 Security Monthly Quality Rollup for Windows 8.1 for x64-based Systems (KB4503276)

        Consistently crashes my Windows 8.1 laptop upon restart / first connection to (oh irony!) Microsoft Foldable Keyboard. OS crashes with SYSTEM_THREAD_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED indicating (oh irony!) bthport.sys – so MS-own driver.

        Genuinely surprised as never had encountered such nonsense before.

        I guess it might be something to do with:

        https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/help/4503276/june-11-2019-kb4503276-os-build-monthly-rollup

        Addresses a security vulnerability by intentionally preventing connections between Windows and Bluetooth devices that are not secure and use well-known keys to encrypt connections, including security fobs. If BTHUSB Event 22 in the Event Viewer states, “Your Bluetooth device attempted to establish a debug connection….”, then your system is affected. Contact your Bluetooth device manufacturer to determine if a device update exists. For more information, see CVE-2019-2102 and KB4507623.

        https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/help/4507623/some-bluetooth-devices-may-fail-to-pair-or-connect-after-applying-june

        If you experience issues pairing, connecting or using Bluetooth devices after installing any of the affected security updates, please contact the manufacturer of your Bluetooth device to determine if a device update exits.

        I’m using fairly recent Intel driver already @ AC7260 card that otherwise performs splendidly:

        https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000005489/network-and-i-o/wireless-networking.html

        Roll-back has worked for me either (I’m using laptop as we speak) and as I also use Bluetooth on my desktop PC with Windows 10 Home it looks like time to sit and wait.

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        • #1836470 Reply
          anonymous
          Guest

          Thank you krzemien. It is thanks to people like you and Geekdom, that test these new patches (and OSs) immediately and report back on the results, to get the ball rolling at Microsoft for “patches to the patches”.

          The only comment to you and others is: please give computer information of what you have. OS, bit, CPU, network card and possibly the GPU video.

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          • #1836621 Reply
            krzemien
            AskWoody Lounger

            SONY VAIO SVF151AC5E

            fully fitted (12 GB RAM, 512 SSD, i7 3rd Gen, nVidia GT735M), with Windows 8.1 64-bit Home ever since and fully updated (as of May 2019 now, that is!). The only alteration is Intel 7260 card that replaced non-performing Broadcom adapter.

            About this pickle that I have though… Reading into these Bluetooth vulnerabilities further and unless Intel got something wrong AGAIN, it might actually be Microsoft-own keyboard that got the chop here – as far as I’m concerned it might be not supported by them any more.

            Which obviously would make me rather unhappy as laptop’s own keyboard stopped working some 18 months ago as a side effect of rather over-scrupulous cleaning…! And I was rather pleased with this workaround until now!

            • #1838567 Reply
              krzemien
              AskWoody Lounger

              Update:

              1. Just managed to get KB4503327 (Windows 10 1809 Jun 2019 patch) installed – whether I liked it or not, had to use PC today… Works fine although patch itself had to be installed twice.

              All Bluetooth devices work fine as well.

              (separately: I started seeing invite to get 1903 installed afterwards – funny that! I’ll wait and see this time as I really enjoy my little stability)

              2. Hesitantly got this keyboard paired & connected to this PC – all is good either.

               

              I therefore suspect either something dodgy within KB4503276 (yesterday’s monthly patch for Windows 8.1) or – more likely – Intel Bluetooth driver being at fault.

              Interestingly, it’s 20.120.2 that’s available for Windows 8.1, but all other versions are on 21.10.1 already.

            • #1838672 Reply
              anonymous
              Guest

              Hello krzemien, You mentioned, “… laptop’s own keyboard stopped working some 18 months ago as a side effect of rather over-scrupulous cleaning…!” Could you expand (if willing) on what happened? I use a vacuum cleaner with the long hose and “Soft brush” attachment to pull dust out of the keyboard, the vent slots, and the cooling fan pathways (both directions) and have done this for years. No issues.

              • #1838708 Reply
                krzemien
                AskWoody Lounger

                Cleaning foam, guv, with which I must have been over-generous that particular time even though I do not spray directly onto surface (obviously) but paper towel…

                I did not manage to find where the problem is exactly – I suspect controlling circuitry beneath, as main PCB etc. is definitely fine – and the trouble is that this keyboard forms part of the laptop top surface itself and is irreplaceable unless one decides to replace top casing. And as I got this laptop ordered in fierce red colour…

              • #1845551 Reply
                Zig
                AskWoody Plus

                Krzemien,

                I suspect that the keys, when depressed, push together 2 flexible membranes with circuit tracings on them. When wet & soapy they get stick together by surface tension. When the apparatus dries out, they become unstuck & function normally. That’s what happened to a standalone (and therefore able to be disassembled) keyboard of mine in the past.

                Zig

              • #1847388 Reply
                krzemien
                AskWoody Lounger

                Thanks very much.

                Damage has been done early Dec ’17 – and more-or-less half of the keyboard does not to work ever since. Do you think there’s still something I could try and I possibly haven’t yet, except treating with copious amount of compressed air both inside & outside / using hairdryer to warm it up?

                You sadly cannot replace this keyboard easily as it’s a part of top casing – as can be seen here:

                This solution with MS Foldable Bluetooth Keyboard – not ideal but does the trick.

              • #1907674 Reply
                krzemien
                AskWoody Lounger

                For those ones who still read this thread somehow and for completeness: I got dismayed by this situation and once I confirmed that it’s most likely now-obsolete Intel AC7260 and its Bluetooth driver that is to blame and does not (will not) allow me to use any small and compact Bluetooth Keyboard that I could be happy with anymore, I decided to give it a go and replaced keyboard (& top casing that contains it) yesterday.

                So £10 (brand new top casing off eBay) & 3 hours later I’m happy to confirm that I have not damaged or broken anything, laptop remains fully operational and keyboard now works!

        • #1836617 Reply
          Kirsty
          Da Boss

          I might inevitably have clashed with one of the mods resulting in my post disappearing completely. So let’s start again:

          Not at all – you got caught by the automatic spam filter, for posting so many links! You have, in the meantime, sent us on a merry dance trashing repeated logged-in and anonymous reposts! 😉

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        • #1836800 Reply

          Here’s Bleeping Computer’s blurb on the BlueTooth issue:

          https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/microsoft-blocks-some-bluetooth-devices-due-to-security-risks/

          “…and the hits just keep onnnn comin’!”

          Exploding-PC-small

          Win7 Pro SP1 64-bit ESU, Dell Latitude E6330, Intel CORE i5 "Ivy Bridge", Group "Patch List", Multiple Air-Gapped backup drives in different locations, "Don't auto-check for updates-Full Manual Mode." Linux Mint Greenhorn
          --
          "A committee is the only known form of life that has at least four legs and no brain."

          -Robert Heinlein

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      • #1836464 Reply
        Microfix
        AskWoody MVP

        Windows 8.1 x64; installed kb4503276 SMQR for June 2019 which seemed ok upon restart.
        Hit by the following pop-ups when accessing Event Viewer Custom View whilst checking patch installation results:

        event-viewer1

        event-viewer

        The process cannot access the file ‘C:ProgramDataMicrosoftEvent ViewerViewsView_0.xml’ because it is being used by another process.

        Windows Logs section of Event Viewer seems fine no errors after a thorough scan.
        MMC is being used by another process?
        Needless to say patch uninstalled and Event Viewer back to normal.

        | Win8.1 Pro x64 | Linux Hybrids x86/x64 | Win7 Pro x86/x64 Offline |
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      • #1836453 Reply
        discorallado
        AskWoody Plus

        I think it’s fantastic that there is a shot out to the excellent work over at GHacks. It’s like two of my favorite musicians collaborating on a song. Thanks for the information. About to run this ADR to our testing group. To all my fellow admins and techs: good luck with this month’s updates!

        Rugged indoorsman.

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        • #1839058 Reply
          woody
          Da Boss

          Both ghacks and Borncity are my go-to sites when things go bump in the night…

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      • #1836618 Reply
        Geo
        AskWoody Lounger

        Group A,  Win7X64,  Home premium,  AMD,  Microsoft security essentials, ADWcleaner, only used for email, print and  internet.  No problems, no slow down.

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      • #1836624 Reply
        abbodi86
        AskWoody_MVP

        Windows 8.1 x86, no issue with KB4503276

        FYI, when i opened IE11 after restart, this page automatically opened asking me to set the “recommended” settings
        https://ie11welcome.microsoft.com/en-us/index.html

        clicked the X mark inside the page, the tab closed and i retained my current settings

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      • #1836632 Reply
        Tex265
        AskWoody Plus

        Hey all you Fore Runners with Windows 10 ver 1803 and 1809

        The June CU brings the new Windows Updater screen and update process we have been discussing here at AskWoody for several months while awaiting actual feedback as to what the screens look like, the Advanced options, and with the Pro version what Group Policy(ies) changed, if any.

        So please provide “Detailed feedback” with screen shots if possible so we can finally know what Microsoft has actually provided us.

        Many thanks in advance.

        Windows 10 Pro x64 v1909 and Windows 7 Pro SP1 x64 (RIP)
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      • #1836684 Reply
        Berton
        AskWoody_MVP

        The only thing I’m getting today is a Skype for Business update.

        Before you wonder "Am I doing things right," ask "Am I doing the right things?"
      • #1836736 Reply
        Berton
        AskWoody_MVP

        Update, Skype failed but it rechecked and getting more now.

        Before you wonder "Am I doing things right," ask "Am I doing the right things?"
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      • #1836809 Reply
        anonymous
        Guest

        W7 x86 : Good-2-Go !

      • #1836855 Reply
        Barry
        AskWoody Plus

        Installed the new CU for 1903 a few hours ago. Everything seems to running normally.

        Barry
        Windows 10 Home V 2004

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        • #1839083 Reply
          woody
          Da Boss

          Have you tried setting the feature update deferral?

      • #1836865 Reply
        JNP
        AskWoody Plus

        Is there any particular urgency to patch now to address CVE-2019-0722?  Thanks.

        • #1839084 Reply
          woody
          Da Boss

          If you aren’t running Hyper-V there’s nothing to worry about.

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          JNP
      • #1836878 Reply
        DMK
        AskWoody Lounger

        The SSU for server 2016 is once again prerequisite for the monthly update.

        Maybe this is now becoming the norm. Time to start pre installing the SSU’s now.

      • #1836879 Reply
        Berton
        AskWoody_MVP

        Might have a look at this page, about half way down:

        CVE-2019-0722

        https://www.technoexpress.net/microsoft-releases-june-2019-security-updates-to-patch-88-vulnerabilities.html

        Before you wonder "Am I doing things right," ask "Am I doing the right things?"
      • #1837565 Reply
        anonymous
        Guest

        win10 1809 here, installed the kb4503327 without problem, but seem to have the event viewer error on both machines now

      • #1837738 Reply
        Alex5723
        AskWoody Plus

        Windows 10 Pro 1809.
        Deferrals : SAC/120/21.
        Microsoft has pushed some old updates for me.

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        • #1838162 Reply
          PKCano
          Da Boss

          KB4465065 is an update to the Intel microcode.

      • #1838172 Reply
        anonymous
        Guest

        1903 Home …. June Cum Kb4503293, Flash, MSRT, and C2R Stdn-Hm Office ’16 ran without issues.

      • #1838288 Reply
        CraigS26
        AskWoody Plus

        1903 Home …. June Cum Kb4503293, Flash, MSRT, and C2R Stdn-Hm Office ’16 ran without issues.

        Does anyone have the patience to Recap what Win Update gives me now in 1903. (3) Critical and (39) Importants are known Updates but I just realized I don’t know exactly what I just installed. I’m closer to finding the Holy Grail than I am a Recap List of WHAT parts (ie) Kb4503293 Includes of (42) possible Updates.

        FWIW, my last-known 4.72 Net Frmwk is Now 4.8, so the Update was Auto possibly in the 1903 Upgrade.

        W10-64 1909 Pro / Hm-Stdnt Ofce '16 C2R / HP Envy i5-8400/ 12 GB / 256G SSD + 1 TB HDD / InSpectre #8 = GREEN

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      • #1838445 Reply
        anonymous
        Guest

        W10 1809, KB4465065 showed up this morning. Intel microcode update for my AMD processor.

        • #1839763 Reply
          mn–
          AskWoody Lounger

          Well, this would make sense in a “portable” installation, where you never know what hardware you’ll have on next bootup…

      • #1838454 Reply
        Berton
        AskWoody_MVP

        FWIW, my last-known 4.72 Net Frmwk is Now 4.8, so the Update was Auto possibly in the 1903 Upgrade.

        It is in  my Windows 10 Home x64 Version 1903 Build 18362.145, don’t know how far back it showed up.

        Before you wonder "Am I doing things right," ask "Am I doing the right things?"
      • #1838568 Reply
        geekdom
        AskWoody Plus

        All .NET Framework are shown here:
        https://dotnet.microsoft.com/download/dotnet-framework

        .NET Framework 4.8 was released April 18, 2019, but as near as I can tell, was not released as part of Microsoft Updates.

        If .NET Framework 4.8 is installed separately, then
        2019-05 Security and Quality Rollup for .NET Framework 3.5.1, 4.5.2, 4.6, 4.6.1, 4.6.2, 4.7, 4.7.1, 4.7.2, 4.8 for Windows 7 and Server 2008 R2 for x64 (KB4499406) must be installed after .NET Framework 4.8. Windows Updates prompts for KB4499406 installation.

        ————

        Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributables are here:
        https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/2977003/the-latest-supported-visual-c-downloads

        Microsoft Visual C++ 2015-2019 Redistributables are the latest, and have digital signature date of May 2, 2019. These redistributables are not included in the Windows Update queue.

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        • #1838638 Reply
          geekdom
          AskWoody Plus

          Addendum: .NET Framework 4.8 appears to be an update for Windows 10; it is not an update for Windows 7. If you have Windows 7, you must track down .NET Framework 4.8 yourself and install it separately.

          Does anyone have information regarding .NET Framework 4.8 under Windows 8.1?

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        • #1838651 Reply
          abbodi86
          AskWoody_MVP

          .NET 4.8 itself is not pushed or published through Windows Update yet

          but if you manually install it, then you will get a separate security update for it through WU

          1903 already have .NET 4.8 inbox, so you will always get the update (combined with .NET 3.5)

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          • #1840504 Reply
            anonymous
            Guest

            On W7 x64, up to date apart from this month while the dust settles. Although I do have .NET Framework 4.8 installed, I’m not being offered any updates for .NET at all. I find it hard to believe it doesn’t need any updates: when has that ever happened?

            • #1840512 Reply
              PKCano
              Da Boss

              I did not see any .NET updates for June listed in the usual places.

            • #1840598 Reply
              Ken Sims
              AskWoody Plus

              According to my notes, W7 x64 did not have .NET updates as recently as April 2019 (or if it did, I didn’t get them).  (And I also don’t have any for June.)

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              • #1840685 Reply
                anonymous
                Guest

                Ken Sims, you said, “According to my notes, W7 x64 did not have .NET updates as recently as April 2019 (or if it did, I didn’t get them). ” I may be reading you wrong but there have been some .net updates for windows 7, recently. Here are Group B, SO updates.

                Feb 2019 2019-02 Security Only Update for .NET Framework 3.5.1 for Windows 7 and Server 2008 R2 for x64 (KB4483483)
                May 2019 2019-05 Security Only Update for .NET Framework 3.5.1 for Windows 7 and Server 2008 R2 for x64 (KB4495612)

                If I misunderstood, my apologies.

              • #1840707 Reply
                Ken Sims
                AskWoody Plus

                I meant only that for the month of April specifically I did not receive .NET updates W7 x64, and that that was the most recent month (prior to June) for which I did not receive .NET updates.  I did receive .NET updates for some other months.

                For 2019:
                Jan – My notes are unclear.
                Feb – I did receive .NET updates.
                Mar – I did not receive .NET updates.
                Apr – I did not receive .NET updates.
                May – I did receive .NET updates.
                Jun – I did not receive .NET updates.

            • #1840630 Reply
              geekdom
              AskWoody Plus

              KB4499406 information, May 2019 update, is here:
              https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4499406/security-and-quality-rollup-for-net-framework

              If you don’t have .NET Framework 4.8, you won’t see KB4499406 in the update queue.

              You must have .NET Framework 4.8, to see KB4499406 in the update queue.

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      • #1838955 Reply
        taftbaby
        AskWoody Plus

        I checked for updates today on wushowhide on both my desktop and laptop. Both have Windows 10 Pro, version 1809. SAC set at 365/20. The desktop shows the following;

        1. kb4465065 – update for windows 10 v1809
        2. kb890830 – windows malicious software removal tool
        3. kb4503308 – flash player update
        4. kb4503327 – cu for windows 10 v 1809

        laptop only shows; kb4465065

        Anyone know why laptop only shows the one update? Thanks for any info!

        • #1838958 Reply
          PKCano
          Da Boss

          I think the laptop is showing only one update b/c your settings are set not to show quality updates for 20 days after release.

          Check again – where is the quality deferral set on the desktop?

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          • #1838963 Reply
            taftbaby
            AskWoody Plus

            Thanks PK! Set the quality deferral to 0, ran wushowhide again. All the updates were there! Your knowledge is greatly appreciated! Desktop deferral was set at 0 btw. Thanks again!

          • #1840958 Reply
            taftbaby
            AskWoody Plus

            So I wanted to hide two updates, kb4503327 & kb4465065. Followed your instructions and double checked every ‘click”. Set to “metered” etc. etc. Upon restart ran wushowhide, verified updates are hidden and not available to be hidden per your directions.When I open Settings/Updates and Security shows the ‘hidden” updates as pending install still.

            • #1840964 Reply
              PKCano
              Da Boss

              Did you follow exactly the instructions in AKB2000013? You not only have to hide the updates, you have to clear rhe Windows Update queue afterward.

              • #1841213 Reply
                Tex265
                AskWoody Plus

                Or, after hiding selected updates, simply wait for Windows to update itself again then the hidden items will no longer show in Settings. Once they no longer show you are good. (If it shows in Settings, it will download and install if you hit the Download button).

                Unfortunately Windows currently updates itself about every 15 – 20 hours so you’ll have to have some patience.

                I usually let the Updates download when they come out, run wushowhide and hide the ones (mainly the new monthly CU) I want to wait for the Defcon rating on, then use my system as normal for that day (nothing will happen or go wrong unless you hit the “Check for Updates” button – a big no no, or the “Download” button).

                The next day at some point, Windows will automatically check for updates and the hidden updates will disappear from Settings. If there were some you did not hide, they will be the only ones still there and then you can Download and install them.

                Hopefully with the new Update procedure in 1903 and 1803/1809 with the June CU, we will be able to finally use the Check for Updates button and actually force Windows to refresh itself upon command which hopefully will do all the above immediately. Awaiting reports from the field.

                Windows 10 Pro x64 v1909 and Windows 7 Pro SP1 x64 (RIP)
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              • #1841246 Reply
                PKCano
                Da Boss

                I usually let the Updates download when they come out, run wushowhide and hide the ones (mainly the new monthly CU) I want to wait for the Defcon rating on

                Something isn’t right here. If the updates download, they will install and you will no longer be able to hide them with whshowhide.
                Perhaps the explanation could be clearer?

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              • #1841256 Reply
                Tex265
                AskWoody Plus

                PK you are correct!

                I totally forgot that having Windows 10 Pro version, in addition to my info above, you also need to have the Group Policy for Windows Update set to 2 – Ask before downloading/installing. So updates show in Settings but do not download/install unless you select the Download button. This provides the delay necessary to hide updates and wait until the next automatic Windows Update.
                (Basically followed your “formula” when I first found AskWoody last year).

                The sentence “I usually let the Updates download when they come out, run wushowhide and hide the ones….” should say ” I usually let the Updates show when they come out, run wushowhide and hide the ones …..”

                If you think this is now confusing or too complicated, feel free to delete or edit my original post above since my Edit period has past.

                Windows 10 Pro x64 v1909 and Windows 7 Pro SP1 x64 (RIP)
              • #1841510 Reply
                taftbaby
                AskWoody Plus

                I followed the directions exactly in AKB2000013 but when checking Settings/update&Security/windowsupdate all updates are still showing.  WUshowhide shows them to be hidden.

              • #1844481 Reply
                taftbaby
                AskWoody Plus

                Wanted to give you an update on trying to cleaCheck updr the Settings/Update and Security que. After doing all the steps in AKB2000013 was still seeing all updates even the ones I hid in wushowhide as pending download. So thought I should j be patient. So before turning pc off last night made sure I was on metered connection. This a.m., immediately run wushowhide and in hide it shows the two that should be there. In hidden shows the two I want hidden. Go to Setting/Updateand Security and it shows Nothing. Says all upto date, “Check for Updates”.  So I check update history. Nothing new installed.  So what happened? Who knows! So against all that everyone says “Do not click on Check for Updates” I clicked on Check for updates. WOW what a surprise! Only shows the two I wanted to download and install, so I did.First turning off metered. Then after install turned metered back on. The two I did not want to install are still showing hidden.  I accomplished what I wanted to do but do not know how in the world I did it!!!

      • #1839116 Reply
        anonymous
        Guest

        Looking at Windows 7 these updates appear to be house keeping after the May Updates.

      • #1840718 Reply
        EP
        AskWoody_MVP

        It looks like the 2019-02 Intel Microcode Updates like KB4465065 for v1809 are no longer MS Catalog only updates as they seem to be pushed thru Windows Update and seemed to have gotten new WU metadata for them this June.

        This Deskmodder.de blog seems to show a screenshot of the KB4465065 intel microcode update being delivered thru Windows Update (on a machine running Windows 10 version 1809):
        https://www.deskmodder.de/blog/2019/06/12/intel-microcode-update-juni-2019-fuer-windows-10-1809-1803-1709-1703-und-darunter/

        for those who do not need these new intel microcode updates (especially for those using AMD based systems), use wushowhide.diagcab to hide/block these updates

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        • #1840723 Reply
          krzemien
          AskWoody Lounger

          Unless I’ve been seeing things yesterday, I think it got deployed on my PC on 1809 this exact way as well. Will check later when will boot it up and report back.

        • #1840780 Reply
          PKCano
          Da Boss

          The Intel microcode patches, in my experience, are not showing up in wushowhide this month on 1803 or 1809. So I have not found away to hide them (I have GP set WU=Enabled, 2). They show up in the queue in WU, but the usual clearing of the cache does not seem to remove them from the queue.

          What I have had to do to avoid them is clear the SoftwareDistribution\Download folder, run Disk Cleanup, then clear the cache according to AKB2000013. Long way aroung but I have managed to avoid them.

      • #1840708 Reply
        anonymous
        Guest

        On Win 10 1809, updated yesterday 6/12 and got the CU KB4503327, and when machine updated today, it got downloaded and installed again. Same thing happened with one of last month’s updates. Saw that another person had the same issue, wondering if it is happening widespread?

        • #1840777 Reply
          krzemien
          AskWoody Lounger

          Same here – after reboot it got re-downloaded and reinstalled again asking for yet another reboot – and indeed I’ve witnessed it month-two-three (?) before.

          I’ve read somewhere it may be something to do with updated Servicing Stack updates re-released then and installed as well.

          But I also installed something manually yesterday which might have clashed with this update’s auto-deployment.

        • #1840860 Reply
          PKCano
          Da Boss

          Some of the recent CUs have to go through two install cycles. It may be b/c the Servicing Stack has to be installed first by itself, then the CU. There is a new Servicing Stack for 1809 in June which might explain it.

          • #1840996 Reply
            anonymous
            Guest

            Thanks PKCano. Makes sense, sort of, that a Servicing Stack would need to be installed first, but why can’t MS figure out a way to update that prior to the CU? Last month’s CU installed twice as well. Hopefully this doesn’t become the “new normal”. It could be a time and bandwith waster, especially if it is a large update.

            • #1840999 Reply
              PKCano
              Da Boss

              but why can’t MS figure out a way to update that prior to the CU? Last month’s CU installed twice as well.

              C’mon! We’re talking about MS here! 🙂 🙂

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      • #1841831 Reply
        Chris B
        AskWoody Plus

        I have just noticed that Microsoft Outlook 2010 junk mail filter junked the regular Microsoft email advising of the monthly rollup patch. Microsoft junks Microsoft. In my slightly twisted mind, I find that quite funny!

        Chris
        Win 10 Pro x64 Group A

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      • #1843390 Reply
        jayinalaska
        AskWoody Plus

        Had a Microsoft Security Advisory email this evening. Microsoft released Servicing Stack Updates today for Windows 10 1903 (KB4498523) and Windows Server 2019 Server Core (KB4504369).

        EDIT: It looks like I jumped the gun on those links. Those still point to the 5/29/2019 SSU. I got the links from https://portal.msrc.microsoft.com/en-us/security-guidance/advisory/ADV990001. It looks like the new KB# for 1903 is 4500109, but it’s currently redirecting to KB4498523. The 1903 SSU download from the Update Catalog still points at KB4498523. Not sure what to think. I got the email a couple of hours ago.

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      • #1843450 Reply
        EP
        AskWoody_MVP

        Had a Microsoft Security Advisory email this evening. Microsoft released Servicing Stack Updates today for Windows 10 1903 (KB4498523) and Windows Server 2019 Server Core (KB4504369).

        EDIT: It looks like I jumped the gun on those links. Those still point to the 5/29/2019 SSU. I got the links from https://portal.msrc.microsoft.com/en-us/security-guidance/advisory/ADV990001. It looks like the new KB# for 1903 is 4500109, but it’s currently redirecting to KB4498523. The 1903 SSU download from the Update Catalog still points at KB4498523. Not sure what to think. I got the email a couple of hours ago

        no jayinalaska.

        The KB4498523 SSU for v1903 is newer than the KB4500109 SSU.

        Microsoft said so here:
        https://support.microsoft.com/help/4498523

        Update replacement information

        This update replaces the previously released update KB4500109.

        AND KB4503469 for Server 2019 Server Core is for v1809 version

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        • #1843655 Reply
          jayinalaska
          AskWoody Plus

          EP,

          Thank you for correcting my mistakes. I admit to great confusion and to not reading all of Microsoft’s pages closely enough. What threw me off was the date at the top of the KB4498523 article, which is 5/29/2019. That convinced me Microsoft had made some kind of Friday afternoon error and confirmation bias set in, especially after I saw the same date on the Microsoft catalog page. These “discoveries” were all after I had made my original post and I was anxious to correct my “errors”.

          As for the Server Core SSU update, the similarities between Windows Server 2019 (Server Core Installation) and Window Server, version 1903 (Server Core Installation) tripped me up.

          My apologies.

      • #1843541 Reply
        Alex5723
        AskWoody Plus

        UPDATE: well, I’ve duly try to apply that official m$ script as above https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4508640/event-viewer-may-close-or-you-may-receive-an-error-when-using-custom-v both thru Power Shell x64 6.2.0 as well as thru the native win7 PS w/o any good result. The issue persists, so again rolling back to May 2019 Preview.

        Martin Brinkmann presented (via Deskmodder) another solution :

        Open File Explorer on the device.
        Navigate to the following path: C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Event Viewer\Views
        Backup the content of the folder. The next step deletes the custom views and you may want the backup to restore the views when Microsoft fixes the issues.
        Delete all View_X.xml files in the folder (it starts with View_0.xml and increments the number by 1 for each file).
        Start the Event Viewer after deleting the files.

        https://www.ghacks.net/2019/06/12/windows-10-event-viewer-error-after-installing-kb4503293-and-kb4503327/

        Moderator Edit and note: Quote all material that isn’t yours. Not doing so may cause your post to be deleted without notice.

      • #1858099 Reply
        anonymous
        Guest

        W10 1803 x64.   
        Installed June cumulative update KB4503286, stable for two days.  Now using WUMgr utility to check for, select/discard, and install updates.   Seems to provide more control than the WUSH utility procedure.

      • #1860295 Reply
        anonymous
        Guest

        Window 7 Pro SP 1… I’m showing in WU, KB4503292 roll up, which I don’t see mentioned in the Master Patch List. Am I being offered something different than everyone else or did I overlook it ?

        • #1860392 Reply
          PKCano
          Da Boss

          KB4503292 is the June Rollup. It is listed on the fourth page of the .PDF file listed at the top of the Master Patch List page.

      • #1860437 Reply
        anonymous
        Guest

        Sorry..I get kinda lost, but thanks for the answer. I’m assuming that defer means to skip this June update altogether ?

        • #1860442 Reply
          PKCano
          Da Boss

          DEFER MEANs “put off,” “do not do now,” “wait.”
          DOES NOT MEAN skip altogether.

      • #1915281 Reply
        anonymous
        Guest

        Dear Abbodi86!

        Do we need to install KB4503269 (June 2019 Windows 7 SP1 Security-only update) before KB4508772 or is it enough to install only KB4508772 to a Windows 7 64 bit system, that has no 2019 June updates installed on it? With one word: does KB4508772 replace/supersede KB4503269?

        I think yes, because of the following:

        – In the official description of KB4508772 we can read this: This update for Windows 7 SP1 and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 includes the quality improvements from KB4503269 (released June 11, 2019), in addition to these key changes: …”

        – If we compare the file information of KB4503269 and KB4508772 updates, the similarity is conspicuous.

        If I am right, then these two updates have the same connection as KB4338823 (July 2018 Windows 7 SP1 Security-only update) and KB4345459, or as KB4512486 (August 2019 Windows 7 SP1 Security-only update) and KB4517297: in both cases, the second one replaces/supersedes the first one.

        After all these, what is the truth? Am I right, that KB4508772 replaces/supersedes KB4503269?

        If yes, then it would be useful to provide this information at AKB-2000003 as well.

        Thank you very much for the help!

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