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    Where I live it’s stone fruit season – Peaches and plums are sweet and ripe. Where we ALL live around the world, it’s that time of the month where Red
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    Susan Bradley Patch Lady

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    • #2453361

      AKB 2000003 has been updated for Group B Win7 (ESU) and Win8.1 on June 14, 2022.

      There is a Security-only Update for those with Win7 ESU subscriptions.
      There is no June. IE11 CU  for Win7 .

      June Rollup KB5014748 Download 32-bit or 64-bit for those with Win7 ESU subscriptions.

      You must have at least the August 2020 Servicing Stack KB4570673 previously installed to receive these updates).

      There is a March 2022 Servicing Stack KB5011649 – Download 32-bit or 64-bit for those with Win7 ESU subscriptions.

      There is a revised Licensing Preparation Package KB4575903 dated 7/29/2020 for Win7 ESU subscriptions, if you need it. You will need a year-3 ESU license.

      There are .NET Framework updates listed for Win7. See #2453333.

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    • #2453370
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    • #2453379

      Zero day Follina has been fixed

      What about DogWalk

    • #2453382

      Windows 11 Pro x64 (Beta Test)

      • 2022-06 .NET 6.0.6 Security Update for x64 Client (KB5015429)
      • Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool x64 – v5.102 (KB890830)
      • 2022-06 Cumulative Update for Windows 11 for x64-based Systems (KB5014697)

      These three updates installed using WuMgr without error and rebooted without error.

      Carpe Diem {with backup and coffee}
      offline▸ Win10Pro 2004.19041.572 x64 i3-3220 RAM8GB HDD Firefox83.0b3 WindowsDefender WuMgr
      offline▸ Acer AspireOne Atom N270 RAM2GB HDD GuineaPig
      online▸ Win11Pro 21H2.22000.739 x64 i5-9400 RAM16GB HDD Firefox102.0b7 MicrosoftDefender WuMgr
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    • #2453386

      msdt.exe is updated, probably fixed

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    • #2453410

      Updated 2 Win10 and 2 Win11 machines and so far so good. Of course too early to give the all clear.

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    • #2453412

      Updated my main driver Win8.1 with no problems.
      KB5014738 Rollup, KB5014025 .NET Framework Rollup, MSRT

      Added with no problems:
      x3 Win10 Pro 21H2 KB5014699CU to Build 19044.1766, .NET Framework 3.5/4.8 KB5013887, MSRT
      x1 (more) Win8.1 KB5014738 Rollup, KB5014025 .NET Framework Rollup, MSRT
      x2 Win7 Pro KB5014748 Rollup, KB5014631 .NET Framework 4.8

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    • #2453442

      Updated my Test tell XPS8700. Hung on reboot at the Dell Logo. Turned off via power button. Turned back on and finished the update and booted properly. Installed updates shows today’s cumulative update for 21H2.

      May the Forces of good computing be with you!

      RG

      PowerShell & VBA Rule!
      Computer Specs

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      • #2453529

        This echos my experience on a test Dell Latitude E5570. It paused on restart at the Dell logo for some time and then shut off. Pressing the power button, it then started normally and finished installing the updates.

        No issues at all on a test Dell Optiplex 7070.

    • #2453445

      Windows 10 Pro

      KB5013887 Cumulative Update for .NET Framework 3.5 and 4.8 for Windows 10 Version 21H2 for x64
      KB5014699 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 21H2 for x64-based Systems
      Malicious Software Removal Tool

      Windows 11 Pro

      KB5014697 Cumulative Update for Windows 11 for x64-based Systems
      Malicious Software Removal Tool

      No hiccups on either side of my dual boot.

      Create a fresh drive image before making system changes/Windows updates, in case you need to start over!
      We all have our own reasons for doing the things that we do. We don't all have to do the same things.

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    • #2453490

      Win 10 Pro 21H2 build 19044.1706 Win Feature Pack 120.2212.4170.0

      Ran winshowhide this morning, only showed ‘KB5013942’? I installed that on May 28, it shows installed in control panel? I hid it. Nothing listed as pending in Windows Update. Anomaly?

      *no Folina reg tweaks done.

      Just ran winshowhide again, now shows KB5014699 & 890830. I hid until all clear. ( No framework updates listed for 3.5-4.8.)

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    • #2453591

      HP Win11 64 pro laptop

      I installed May update 6/4 and paused updates till 7/11. A few days ago, HP updates to sound card and processor or some such were offered and I went with them. The HP update process must have removed the pause because today this showed up: July 2022-06 Cumulative Update for Windows 11 for x64-based Systems (KB5014697)  I went ahead and installed with no negative side effects seen and noted in calendar to pause updates in early July.

      The takeaway is to not install PC specific updates until the monthly install cycle.

    • #2453610

      Windows 11 Pro 22000.739

      2022-06 Cumulative Update for Windows 11 for x64-based Systems (KB5014697)

      Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool x64 – v5.102 (KB890830)

      2022-06 .NET Core 3.1.26 Security Update for x64 Client (KB5015424)

      2022-06 .NET 6.0.6 Security Update for x64 Client (KB5015429)

      No problems.

      --Joe

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    • #2453719
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      • #2453724

        To resolve the issue, install Windows updates released on June 14 and later on both the Application Server and the File Server.

        Windows 11 Pro version 22H2 build 22621.105 (group ASAP) + Microsoft 365

      • #2453743

        I honestly don’t consider that a oops.  ESPECIALLY in a network setting, applying the updates consistently and near the same time or in coordination keeps the systems happy.

        Susan Bradley Patch Lady

    • #2453762

      Zero day Follina and Dogpatch has been fixed

      According to Neowin DogWalk hasn’t been fixed.

      https://twitter.com/j00sean/status/1536775090280579072

      • #2453774

        To add to this, 0patch has now made their previously free micropatch for Follina issued on June 1, 2022 available only to Pro and Enterprise users.

        Specifically,

        [Update 15/6/2022: Microsoft issued an official patch for this vulnerability. They implemented functionally the same security check in msdt.exe as we had in sdiagnhost.exe, namely checking for the presence of “$(” in the user-provided path. With official patches being available, our micropatches for this vulnerability are no longer free but require PRO or Enterprise license.]

        The free micropatch issued for Dogwalk by 0patch on June 7, 2022 remains free (at least for the time being).

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    • #2453853

      2022-06 security and quality rollup for .NET Framework

      5014633, 5014637, 5014808

      Embedded: 5014632, 5014636, 5014807

      Win 8.1 (home & pro) Group B, Linux Dabbler

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      CAS
      • #2453967

        Note they don’t include any new security updates, they are only bug fixes.  So they will not show up unless you specifically check for updates.

        Susan Bradley Patch Lady

        • #2453969

          They show up without checking, at least on traditional Windows 7 / 8.1 / 10 v1607

        • #2454148

          .NET updates on Windows 10 v1607 have always and continue to confuse me.

          I was under the impression the monthly LCU for v1607 contains the .NET updates as well.  Is this, in fact, correct?  The KB articles for v1607’s .NET updates always link to v1607’s monthly LCU page.

        • #2454164

          Let me be more specific:

          I was under the impression the monthly LCU for v1607 contains the .NET updates for every version except NET 4.8. Is this, in fact, correct?

          I say this because when you select the .NET Framework 3.5, 4.6.2, 4.7, 4.7.1, 4.7.2 KB articles and catalog entries on the .NET Framework Security and Quality Rollup Updates website, the link always takes you to v1607’s monthly LCU page. This is not the case when you select the KB articles and catalog entries for .NET Framework 4.8.

        • #2454224

          Yes, v1607 LCU contain components for .NET 4.7 and lower
          only .NET 4.8 require separate CU

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    • #2453941

      Only 5014699 showed up in win update. I had to download 5014699 from  ms update catalog. Installed both. All is well.

      Peace, CAS

    • #2453980

      Updated Windows 10 Pro 21H2 using WUmgr.
      KB890830
      KB5014699

      All is well.

    • #2454061

      Hi Susan:

      The following June 2022 Patch Tuesday updates were installed successfully on my Win 10 Pro v21H2 laptop by Windows Update and I haven’t noticed any negative effects so far:

      • KB5014699: 2022-06 Cumulative Update for Win 10 v21H2 (OS Build 19044.1766)
      • KB890830: Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool x64 – v5.102

      I didn’t receive the KB5013887 Cumulative Update for .NET Framework 3.5 and 4.8 for Windows 10 but that’s expected. I have my Win 10 Pro Local Group Policy Editor setting at Computer Configuration | Administrative Templates | Windows Components| Windows Update | Windows Update for Business | Select When Preview Builds and Feature Updates Are Received enabled and set to Semi-Annual so Windows Update will only deliver a stable .NET Framework update to my machine if it includes a security patch.
      ———–
      Dell Inspiron 5584 * 64-bit Win 10 Pro v21H2 build 19044.1706 * Firefox v101.0.1 * Microsoft Defender v4.18.2203.5-1.1.19200.6 * Malwarebytes Premium v4.5.10.200-1.0.1702 * Macrium Reflect Free v8.0.6758

    • #2454182

      Unable to connect to internet when using Wi-Fi hotspot feature

      After installing KB5014697, Windows devices might be unable use the Wi-Fi hotspot feature. When attempting to use the hotspot feature, the host device might lose the connection to the internet after a client device connects.

      Workaround: To mitigate the issue and restore internet access on the host device, you can disable the Wi-Fi hotspot feature. For instructions, please see Use your Windows PC as a mobile hotspot.

      Next steps: We are presently investigating and will provide an update in an upcoming release.

      Affected platforms:

      ​​Client: Windows 11, version 21H2; Windows 10, version 21H2; Windows 10, version 21H1; Windows 10, version 20H2; Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC 2019; Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC 2016; Windows 10 Enterprise 2015 LTSB; Windows 8.1; Windows 7 SP1
      ​​Server: Windows Server 2022; Windows Server, version 20H2; Windows Server 2019; Windows Server 2016; Windows Server 2012 R2; Windows Server 2012; Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1; Windows Server 2008 SP2..

      • #2454245

        June updates break Microsoft 365 and AAD sign in on ARM devices

        After installing this update on a Windows Arm-based device, you might be unable to sign in using Azure Active Directory (AAD). Apps and services that use Azure Active Directory to sign in might also be affected. Some scenarios that might be affected are VPN connections, Microsoft Teams, Microsoft OneDrive, and Microsoft Outlook.

        Note This issue only affects Windows devices that use Arm processors.

    • #2454200

      I installed  KB5014697 fine

      but for KB5007651 I get

      “Installing updates failed: Internal Error.” 0x80070643 – that says something about re-installing .NET runtime…

      Using WuMgr.

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      • #2454380

        I d/l and try to install 4.8 but it says 4.8 already installed.

         

        Still get error.

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        • #2454381

          .net framework repair tool did not fix issue.

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        • #2454387

          Hi kris!

          I googled the KB number of your errant update, and it’s actually an update for the Windows Security Platform, not your .net framework or other .net installation.

          Also, turns out that a lot of other folks have had the same problem as you, since there are ten pages on the Microsoft answers forum about it!

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        • #2454397

          Hi

          From an internet search on KB5007651:

          – Seems like this Update error is been reported from Windows 11.
          – I am on Windows 10 Home and both of my devices have been patched with the 14 June 2022 CU KB5014699 and CU KB5013887 .Net Frameworks but there was no KB5007651 offered.
          – The KB5007651 update is not listed in the Microsoft Update Catalogue.
          – There are various hit-and-miss fixes been tried and from this thread :
          Microsoft Community – Update for Windows Security platform – KB5007651 (Version 1.0.2109.27002)
          ————————————————————————-
          https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/all/update-for-windows-security-platform-kb5007651/da66d02d-cf18-4a43-ac14-133a69cdc749

          One of the mentioned fix that seems to work for some is from poster Shakusky:

          “Simply access the Windows Security app settings (right-click on Windows Security in the Start Menu). Once there, hit “Repair” and “Reset”. Then, attempt the Windows update again. Worked for me!”

          May be worth a try.

          HTH.

        • #2454420

          I failed to mention above in post 2454387 that Googling the KB number also produced NO hits that go to a Microsoft-authored KB article. That’s unusual for Googling a KB number, as a direct reference to a Microsoft KB article is usually in one of the first four or five hits.

          Makes me think that they may have pulled the update silently to fix it. But if they did, why are some folks reporting that they’ve been able to finally download and successfully install it after several tries?

        • #2454423

          I tried to force it to download again and I believe it did that, but it failed again. With WuMgr, I don’t know how to identify it and delete it – the stuff in that folder windows/softwaredistribution/download just has a bunch of numbers and letters for names.

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        • #2454424

          Please see this post just above here for a possible solution. You may need to reset WD, and that post has a procedure that has worked well for several posters in the MS Answers forum.

        • #2454431

          did repair and reset but still no joy.

          edit – rebooted but no joy.

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        • #2454435

          🙁

          Some folks in that Answers forum reported it just suddenly worked after several tries, PFM (pure (fantastic) magic).

          There are a couple of possible solutions mentioned on the following ElevenForums page about this same issue. It’s an active page that’s been updated while I’ve been typing this post, so feel free to read it completely before deciding if you want to take any suggestions for action or just wait it out.

          https://www.elevenforum.com/t/security-platform-kb5007651-error-0x80070643.7110/

          One suggestion involves updating the definitions for WD from within WD then trying the update again. The premise for this solution is that the definitions are corrupted thus leading to the update not installing.

          Another proposed solution involves shutting down WD’s real time protection and then trying to install the update. To temporarily shut down the real time protection, go into WD and click on Virus & threat protection. Now, under Virus & threat protection settings, there should be an item that says “Manage settings”. Click it, and that will bring up the settings page for WD’s protection suite, and the first item should be labeled Real time protection with a slider next to it. Click that slider to turn off the protection. Now, while it’s off, try to install the patch and see if it succeeds. If it does succeed, please immediately go back and turn on the Real- time protection. If the update needs a reboot, I’d turn on the real-time protection  and see if that causes any problems with your system before rebooting.

           

        • #2454436

          Shut off real time protection. Still fails. Turned RTP back on.

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        • #2454445

          OK, sounds like it’s time to hide it with WuMgr. IIRC, there is a way to hide an update using WuMgr, but since I don’t use it (I use wushowhide), I can’t say just how to do that with WuMgr.

          I have read of folks here being able to hide individual updates with WuMgr so I know it can be done.

          Folks have been told to try running sfc /scannow followed by a trio of dism commands to try and fix any unknown issues with their Windows servicing stack and related system files, but those folks reported back consistently that those commands didn’t work towards getting the patch installed successfully either. In other words, they spent the time to run the commands, which ran to completion, but afterwards they were still unsuccessful in installing the patch.

        • #2454448

          yeah. I read the elevenforum thing but no help. I looked at the 1st 2 pages od the MS thing and did the
          sfc /scannow
          Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /ScanHealth
          Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /CheckHealth
          DISM /Online /Cleanup-image /RestoreHealth
          After the command is executed, restart the computer, and then execute the following command again:

          sfc /scannow
          thing – the first time if found and corrected errors, everything else showed no errors. But still no joy. I will hide it.

          Many thanks all!

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        • #2454451

          I have one final thought about how to get the installation to succeed, and it involves rolling your system back to a restore point created prior to the installation of KB5014697. BUT, since it’s getting late (or is already really late for some), I’ll post the details tomorrow.

        • #2454456

          Nice thought but it failed. Nite.

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        • #2454460

          when you get to this point… repair install over the top would be my recommendation.

          Susan Bradley Patch Lady

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        • #2454566

          Thanks but what is/ how do I do “repair install over the top”?

          EDIT: Oh.

          Note – on one of those threads there was a person who kept stressing that they did a separate new build and it failed on that.

          What about just hiding/forgetting about it for this month?

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      • #2454415

        What antivirus are you using?

        Susan Bradley Patch Lady

        • #2454418

          me? WD

           

          edit – just scanned – nothing found.

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        • #2454421

          Please read the post by “urfzvrfm” above. I’ve read the MS answers thread linked to in the post above, and the mentioned solution sounds like it may very well work for you.

          The posters in that thread from the answers forum have both WD and other AV solutions on their machines. The update is for the Windows Security Platform, which, I believe, is the core component of your installation of WD.

          If you decide to read through the entire thread, it’s ten pages (maybe more by now) but there are several references to the solution mentioned by “urfzvrfm” above.

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    • #2454313

      Hi everyone,

      I hope all is well.

      Just to let you know, I updated all of the following systems without issues this month to the June 2022 updates and I can still print too:

      • 1x Windows 11 system
      • 3x Windows 10 21H2 64 bit systems
      • 2x Windows 8.1 64 bit systems

      One minor point was one of my Windows 8.1 64 bit systems seemed to wait 5 minutes after rebooting to install the updates. The initial screen “Configuring Windows updates: 100% completed” stayed there for about 5 minutes and then loaded into Windows fine. The system is working fine since. My other almost identical system didn’t do this.

      I hope this helps. Thanks.

    • #2454506

      Digital oil change on three Win8.1 Pro x64 devices:
      kb5014738 SMQR, kb5014025 .NET4.8 rollup sans the heartbeat MSRT, smooth running after 4+ days.

      W10 Pro 21H2 on two devices: (x86 & x64)
      kb5014699CU up to build 19044.1766 with NET4.8 kb5013887 on two devices after 4 days, no issues.

      Win7 ESUb kb5014748 SMQR, kb5014631 .NET4.8 all good.

      Componentstores flushed and filters changed with no SFC violations.

      (Awaiting moderation)
    • #2454589

      Thanks but what is/ how do I do “repair install over the top”?

      Krism: I am very curious too

      * get out of the poisonous Metaverse *
    • #2454592

      Here’s a video on how to do a repair install (also called an “in-place” repair/update.)

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MwkoVF2gtt8

      It allows you to keep all your installed apps and features while updating/repairing all the Windows components and “normally” resolves issues being caused by corrupt/defective Windows components.

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      • #2454598

        That’s for windows 10

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    • #2454597

      no thanks!

      Yes, I do thank you very much

      * get out of the poisonous Metaverse *
    • #2454611

      haha – so the joke’s on me. I wasted a half hour plus doing that repair install thing.

      click to install 7651.

      you’ll never guess what happened!!!!!!!!

      It failed.

       

      one of the byproducts is that I lose the grub boot to Mint.

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      • #2454619

        OK, after all you’ve done/tried/been through, it’s time to hide the update using WuMgr. Period!

        Although I don’t use it, there are plenty of folks around here who do, so I suspect that it’ll be easy to find out just which steps you have to take with WuMgr to hide the miscreant update until MS fixes it.

        I did some more digging this morning and found a thread on another site where one person had success installing the update after completely resetting the Windows Update stack, but several others who tried the WU stack reset but who then experienced another failure of the update to install afterwards. Like you said above, a big waste of time.

        IF you’d like to try completely resetting the WU stack, there IS help available here, and I’ve also seen @PKCano guide folks through a complete reset of the WU stack, which involves either renaming or deleting some of the stuff in the Windows>SoftwareDistribution folder as well as other steps that need to be performed in the proper order. (I used > instead of a back slash for the path because the site occasionally has a problem showing the slashes properly).

        This process is different than the one in AKB2000013, in that the process in the AKB is for successfully hiding an update that has appeared in WU that you don’t want to install right now and you don’t want it to be installed by mistake.

        • #2454627

          I do not believe it is a windows update stack problem. I believe it is something else and these few successes we are seeing are serendipity.

          Hiding things with WuMgr is not very complicated – click on item, click on eye with line through it. Done. I will NOT apply any June fix but will wait till just before July updates.

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    • #2454618

      followup: I am back where I was before June updates. and before recover-install.

      Since it fails on certain computers I wonder if it isn’t the old-hardware thing, or the like, showing up.

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      • #2454621

        Do both the June monthly update and the errant update show up in WuMgr as available but hidden?

        Just as an FYI, I have noticed that there seem to be no complaints about this errant patch until about the middle or last half of May, so I’m thinking that perhaps the May update made changes to the servicing stack that the errant update wasn’t programmed to work with.

        In other words, perhaps the errant update was written to work with the servicing stack that was current prior to the servicing stack update contained in the May monthly update.

        One other possibility for the lack of complaints earlier than mid to late May is that the update wasn’t released until the mid to late May time frame in the first place. Hard to find that out, though, because there’s no reference to any KB article written about the release.

        Basically grasping at straws now.

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      • #2454997

        What’s similar about these computers?  Third party security software?

        Susan Bradley Patch Lady

    • #2454628

      Do both the June monthly update and the errant update show up in WuMgr as available but hidden?

      Just as an FYI, I have noticed that there seem to be no complaints about this errant patch until about the middle or last half of May, so I’m thinking that perhaps the May update made changes to the servicing stack that the errant update wasn’t programmed to work with.

      In other words, perhaps the errant update was written to work with the servicing stack that was current prior to the servicing stack update contained in the May monthly update.

      One other possibility for the lack of complaints earlier than mid to late May is that the update wasn’t released until the mid to late May time frame in the first place. Hard to find that out, though, because there’s no reference to any KB article written about the release.

      Basically grasping at straws now.

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      nothing is hidden in WuMgr unless I specifically click on it and hide it.

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    • #2454629

      These posts are way out of order now – one answer to this is 3 posts up as a reply.

      repeat from above:

      I do not believe it is a windows update stack problem. I believe it is something else and these few successes we are seeing are serendipity.

      Hiding things with WuMgr is not very complicated – click on item, click on eye with line through it. Done.

      I will NOT apply any June fix but will wait till just before July updates.

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    • #2454965

      Pause Updates did not work for the second 7 days.

      Windows Updated when the “Pause Updates” were delayed until 6/26.

      Also – received an optional driver update: OEM – HID Class – 18.16.37.672

      Any idea what happened?

      • #2455005

        The “second”? Did you forget to pause after the first?

        What update setting do you have?

        cheers, Paul

    • #2455039

      I came back from a two week break to find that one of our clients was having VPN issues. They have a Server 2022 VM running RAS for SSTP access. The problem was that when someone connected to the VPN, the entire VM would stop responding shortly afterwards and need a hard reset. Uninstalling KB5014678 works around the issue and gets it working again. I can’t find anything online to suggest if this is an issue, although I wouldn’t imagine that many people are using RAS on Server 2022.

    • #2456753

      I was just checking the recommendation for the June 22 updates (after Jun 28th) and couldn’t quite remember what “deferred to” date I had set on one of my 21H2 PCs. When I accidentally triggered “Resume Updates” I groaned and wondered if there was anything I could do. A few seconds later I clicked on the “defer updates” link, and it allowed me to defer updates for 7 days. I also discovered that I could go into advanced options and defer updates further.

      I was able to repeat this on 2 other 21H2 PCs, but since I did not pause for a few seconds, it took 4 or 5 clicks to work in each case.

      It does not appear that any downloads continued. It could be that Windows registers the “resume updates” but then allows a near immediate reset before it connects with the download server and anything actually begins downloading.

      If true, talk about a workaround!

    • #2456965

      Just for fun I checked WuMgr again.

      The wayward 7651 was no longer in “hidden” – was no longer anywhere. Been removed, I guess.

      However 14697 and 14668(preview) are both listed as being 121.94GB – that’s right – gigabytes. Without realizing that I clicked on 14697 and apparently it dutifully tried to get that 121.94GB. When I realized that, of course, I cancelled it.

      But, wondering what’s up with those sizes?

      EDIT: Never mind – it took maybe 8-10min but installed fine (14697). So size reported incorrectly. So is that the fault of WuMgr, MS, or Windows Update?

      Screen-Shot-06-27-22-at-03.35-PM

       

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      • #2456982

        Never mind – it took maybe 8-10min but installed fine (14697). So size reported incorrectly. So is that the fault of WuMgr, MS, or Windows Update?

        Hi krism:

        According to the Microsoft Update Catalog KB5014697 (2022-06 Cumulative Update for Windows 11 for x64-based Systems, last updated 14-Jun-2022) is only 274.4 MB (not GB), and the details show this update has now been superseded (replaced) by the 276.2 MB KB5014668 (2022-06 Cumulative Update Preview for Windows 11 for x64-based Systems, last updated 23-Jun-2022).

        Microsoft-Update-Catalog-Win-11-2022-06-KB5014697-Details-27-Jun-2022

        Your image in post # 2456965 shows that WuMgr did not explicitly label KB5014668 as a Preview build. Out of curiosity, is there a setting in WuMgr that can be enabled to prevent Week C/D Preview builds from being offered as available updates? I use Windows Update to manage updates on my Win 10 Pro machine and used the local group policy editor (Computer Configuration | Administrative Templates | Windows Components| Windows Update | Windows Update for Business | Select When Preview Builds and Feature Updates Are Received is enabled and set to Semi-Annual) to do this.
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    • #2457067

      But, wondering what’s up with those sizes?

      WuMgr seems to show the size of a full Windows download / all updates, not the specific update. We just ignore that bit.

      Out of curiosity, is there a setting in WuMgr that can be enabled to prevent Week C/D Preview builds from being offered

      Nope, it shows all updates and lets you decide.

      cheers, Paul

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    • #2457177

      Paul T “WuMgr seems to show the size of a full Windows download / all updates, not the specific update. We just ignore that bit.”

      Funny – I never noticed that before. Thanks!

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