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    #PatchTuesday I’ve updated the Master Patch List for Tuesday’s releases. It’s too soon at this time for consumers to be making recommendations, I’m st
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    Susan Bradley Patch Lady

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    • #2496880

      NONE of the November updates are seen by Windows Updates on my computer. It says I am up to date when I am not.

      Microsoft has made changes in downloads from the Catalog (popups, etc look different). Hmmm…very strange. I found in Downloaded Programs on my D drive that KB5019959 downloaded SIX TIMES but gave NO indication of this odd behavior on my screen rather I had to go to This PC, D drive, and find them all there! Even more strange is KB 5020623 which appears to have been downloaded 25 times but no indication of that on my screen on MS Catalog site. Downloads of KB5020623 show as a new download of it EVERY MINUTE until 25 downloads of it completed!

      It’s late and I need some sleep but word of warning….if you are on Windows 10 wait if Windows Updates doesn’t offer these…don’t do what I did and fetch them from MS catalog!

    • #2496882

      I tested November patches on my Windows Server 2022 which functions only as a WSUS server. I noticed that “Last Status Report” was not updating. Sure enough, there was a error in the Application log, Event ID 12002, “The Reporting Web Service is not working.”

      I found that I could correct the error by going into IIS and restarting the application pool,  WsusPool. However, the problem would return on reboot. Removing the .Net update did not change the behavior. However, when I removed the November cumulative update, the problem was resolved. I have no idea what is causing this, but I have not seen other reports of this.

    • #2496914

      if you have this policy
      Computer Configuration\Policies\Windows Settings\Security Settings\Local Policies\Security Options\
      Network security: Configure encryption types allowed for Kerberos
      Set to: AES 128, AES 256, Future encryption types

      Hold off from patching your Domain Controllers!!

      We broke our 2 test environments. All member servers are having kerberos authentication issues.
      If you also have RC4 set in the policy, or don’t have this policy set at all you should be fine.
      See 2nd part of Updates for Windows (Nov. 2022): Changes in Netlogon and Kerberos protocol – causing issues | Born’s Tech and Windows World (borncity.com), as of paragraph ‘Stop: Issues with gMSA and KDC’.

    • #2497010

      “Version 1809/Server 2019” .NET list needs small correction
      5020627 is for 3.5 and 4.7.2
      5020615 is for 3.5 and 4.8

      5018210 is unrelated

    • #2497123

      For Windows 10 – Cumulative Update for .NET Framework 3.5, 4.8 and 4.8.1, it appears that there are different parent KB numbers, depending on whether it’s for 21H1 or 22H2 and maybe for 20H2. The parent number is what WU delivers and what is recorded in Settings|Update & security|View update history.

      I am 21H2. The parent KB number that WU delivered is KB5020687. The MS Catalog says that the KB5020801 in the Master Patch List is the parent KB number for 21H1.

      But, it also appears what whatever the parent number, either KB5020613 (for 3.5 and 4.8) or KB5020623 (for 3.5 and 4.8.1) will be installed and listed in Control Panel|Programs|Programs and features|Installed Updates.

    • #2497236

      My experience with .NET Framework is this:

      What is listed in Windows Update is the KB number for the .NET CU. It is a Rollup, a Bundle. This KB number shows in “Update History

      The Bundle (CU) contains individual updates for each version (or combination of versions) that may be installed on a computer. Each of these individual updates have KB numbers different from the Bundle.

      What gets installed on the computer, and what shows in “Installed Updates,” is only the individual update(s) for the version(s) installed on the computer. So the Bundle KB number is not shown in Installed Updates.

      Here are screenshots for 2022-11 on Win10. The CUs have different KB numbers for Win10 v.22H2 and v.21H2, but the individual updates contained in the CUs are the same
      v.22H2 CU KB5020694 contains KB5020613 for .NET 3.5/4.8 and KB5020623 for .NET 3.5/4.8.1
      v.21H2 CU KB502067 contains KB5020613 for .NET 3.5/4.8 and KB5020623 for .NET 3.5/4.8.1



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    • #2497881


      From Neowin :

      1) Microsoft confirms domain sign-in, printing, and other issues in latest Windows updates

      “Microsoft has updated its official Windows Health Dashboard documentation with new details about freshly detected bugs in Windows 10 and 11.”

      2)Microsoft confirms problems with Direct Access on Windows 11 and 10

      “Here is another confirmed bug in recent updates for Windows 10 and 11: besides all sorts of problems caused by authentication bugs, users might experience issues using the Direct Access feature after temporarily losing network connectivity or transitioning between Wi-Fi networks or access points.”


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      • #2497911

        Both only affect businesses:

        1) “… It is worth noting that the bug does not appear on home devices that are not part of an on-premises domain.”

        2) “… Regular home users with active VPN connections and apps for remote access are unaffected.”

        Windows 11 Pro version 22H2 build 22621.1483 + Microsoft 365 + Edge

      • #2499336

        Direct access is only business/domain related.  None of the items Neowin pointed to are consumer/home impacts.

        Susan Bradley Patch Lady

    • #2499245

      FWIW, most of  the Windows 8.1 updates for November installed correctly, albeit slowly.  The slowness could be due to aging hardware.  I did not install the cumulative update, nor the MSRT, as it is in my opinion, useless.  I think that Microsoft wants to know if I have pirated their software.  In the 9 years that I have used it, it has only deleted 2 files, and did not tell me what they were. I certainly did not pirate their software, at least knowingly.

      All updates were made from the Windows Update Catalog, except the .NET update, which came from WU.  The Catalog has changed since September, and is not as easy to use.

      BTW, what are “BB Codes”.  I assume that it does not refer to BBEdit, which I used a long time ago on a Mac  (OS7 and 8).




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      • #2499433

        BTW, what are “BB Codes”. I assume that it does not refer to BBEdit, which I used a long time ago on a Mac (OS7 and 8).

        bbCode allows you to post special formats in the WordPress editor. Here is a list of bbCodes commands that work in AskWoody:

        Carpe Diem {with backup and coffee}
        offline▸ Win10Pro 2004.19041.572 x64 i3-3220 RAM8GB HDD Firefox83.0b3 WindowsDefender
        offline▸ Acer TravelMate P215-52 RAM8GB Win11Pro 22H2.22621.1265 x64 i5-10210U SSD Firefox106.0 MicrosoftDefender
        online▸ Win11Pro 22H2.22621.1413 x64 i5-9400 RAM16GB HDD Firefox112.0b3 MicrosoftDefender
    • #2500225

      I am not seeing the most current recommendation for moving from Win 10 21H2 to 22H2. Last I saw was a wait, and so I have. Will update 21H2 today to the recommened, but what about 22H2? And where should I monitor for changes in that advice?



      • #2500235

        This recommendation was made in yesterday’s Newsletter. Can’t get more recent than that.

        Once again, I urge you to use InControl to keep yourself on the feature-release versions I recommend below:

        • Windows 11 22H2: Not recommended

        • Windows 11 21H2: If you have a Windows 11 PC, recommended

        • Windows 10 22H2: Not recommended

        • Windows 10 21H2: Recommended

    • #2500239

      Sorry, did not see it. Did look 🙂 I do stay on the feture releases as recommended. Which IS why I asked if that had changed.

    • #2500241

      You know, PK, just searched newsletters and STILL did not find that. Found lots of Apple. Defcon 3, but nothing as you have shown. Link? And wondering why I just did not see it more obviously.

      • #2500242

        Sorry, my bad. It was the last article in the Nov14th Newsletter.
        But I think it was mentioned again in the DEFCON alert this morning (?).

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