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    Yesterday Microsoft released KB 4505658, the second “optional” July cumulative update for Win10 version 1809. We still haven’t seen the second July cu
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    • #1882000

      Few hours early before the SAC – 0 deferral thing, to avoid confliction 😀

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    • #1882065

      As per Martin Brinkmann article, KB4505658 is already available on Windows Update.

      I just checked with wushowhide and not being offered this update. Could this be a catalog only update?

    • #1882834

      I’m confused. I am running HP Win 10 1809 Home Edition. I did not receive  CU KB4505658 in my list of July window updates today.  Is it as PK Cano says, a non security preview?  I am not a seeker.   I did receive KB4507469 on 7/10.

    • #1883342

      Thank you PK Cano for clarifying this for me!

      • #1885737

        the KB4505658 update is not offered automatically…at least not yet. only when checking for updates manually, it may show up on some v1809 systems.

    • #1888645

      well woody, while 1809 users got the KB4505658 update earlier this week, Microsoft has just released the KB4505903 update (the 2nd CU for 1903) on the MS update catalog today 7/25:


    • #1893263

      Does anyone know why KB4505658 is not being detected by Windows Server 2019?

      A few days ago I wanted to test the fixes in this one on a few VMs – so I downloaded KB4505658 from the MS Catalog and manually imported it into our WSUS server.

      My Windows 10 1809 workstation VMs picked up the offer to install it right away from WSUS but I have a new Windows Server 2019 Standard build that is hitting the same server and it will not acknowledge that this update is out there.

      The update is approved for all relevant Computer groups on WSUS – but will not show when I click Check for Updates in Windows Update on this Windows Server 2019 build.

      Any ideas why this might be happening?




      • #1893267

        You would need to install KB4497934 (17763.529) or later to enable the dual update module
        that’s how they handle non-security CU now

        meaning, you should install the latest patch tuesday update first KB4507469 (17763.615)

    • #1893884

      the KB4505903 update for v1903 is back on the MS Catalog site again Friday afternoon of July 26 after it was removed yesterday. also available for 1903 is a new servicing stack update – KB4508433

      I did get the KB4505903 update (I clicked [Check for updates]) on 27 july @ 05:00 GMT. Up to now I’ve experienced no issues whatsoever.

      But [View update history] shows I do not have KB4508433.
      Should I download and install KB4508433, or should I leave well enough alone ? 
      IIABDFI (If It Ain’t Broke Don’t Fix It)

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      • #1893930

        KB4508433 (the Servicing Stack) will not show up in the Update History (it is also not listed in the Windows Update queue to be installed). But it will be installed with the CU.

        The place you will find it listed is in the “Installed Updates” which can be accessed by the link in Settings app – Windows Update-View update history (at the top “Uninstall updates” OR Control Panel-Programs and Features-“View installed updates.”

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