Windows 10 update KB4497934 (build 17763.529) releases

Out of its regular schedule, after launching the Windows 10 May 2019 Update, Microsoft is now rolling out update KB4497934 to deal with a slew of difficulties with the Windows 10 October 2018 Update, Windows 10 version 1809.

KB4497934 bumps the version number to build 17763.529, and based on the company fixes networking problems, and addresses difficulties with Microsoft Edge, Microsoft Office, BitLocker, file sharing, plus much more. Additionally, Microsoft can also be releasing a similar update for Windows 10 version 1803, April 2018 Update.

Windows 10 update KB4497934 for version 1809

Microsoft has announced KB4497934 within the Windows support site, and it’s referred as “May 21, 2019-KB4497934 (OS Build OS 17763.529)”. If you’re already running the Windows 10 October 2018 Update on your device, this update will address these complaints:

Addresses an issue that may cause Microsoft Edge to hide annotations added to a PDF file, such as inked notes, highlights, and comments.
Fixed an issue that stops ActiveX controls from automatically installing via a proxy server.
Allows users to go back to a host browser from the Windows Defender Application Guard (WDAG) container.
Addresses an issue with looping redirects between Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer 11.
Fixed an issue that could prevent BitLocker from encrypting data drives when the “Enforce drive encryption on fixed data drives” Group Policy is configured.
Addresses an issue that prevents updates from downloading from the Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) server when a Windows Defender Application Control policy is placed to manage which updates could be deployed.
Fixed an issue that could cause event 7600 within the Domain Name System (DNS) server event log to contain an unreadable server name.
Updates wininet.dll to avoid the re-creation of File Transfer Protocol (FTP) control sessions.
Addresses an issue that prevents you from signing in to some Microsoft Surface Hub device with an Azure Active Directory account.
Fixed an issue that causes a sign-in to fail with the error, “Incorrect Username or password” when utilizing an empty or null password and Windows Defender Credential Guard is enabled.
Addresses an issue that may cause a brief KRB_AP_ERR_MODIFIED Kerberos sign-in failure in applications and services configured to utilize a Group Managed Service Account (GMSA).
Fixed an issue that fails to record a local user’s last logon time even if the user has accessed the server’s network share.
Addresses an element that prevents NumLock from working properly in a Remote Assistance session once the Remote Assistance window gains and loses focus.
Updates time zone information for Morocco.
Updates time zone information for that Palestinian Authority.
Fixed an issue with the International Components for Unicode (ICU) data, which were not updated for the time zone and also the new Japanese Era.
Addresses a problem with the “Allow uninstallation of language features whenever a language is uninstalled.” Group Policy.
Fixed a problem that removes UserRights policies all users in a security group whenever you remove a device from a mobile phone management (MDM) server or Microsoft Intune deletes a UserRights policy.
Addresses an issue that disconnects an online desktop session whenever you lock the session using a third-party credential provider.
Fixed an issue that triggers rendering to stop working for <svg> elements.
Addresses a problem with Assigned Access deployments (formerly Kiosk Mode) that stops a person from logging on to a designated Access profile.
Fixed a problem that prevents an era 2 virtual machine from starting on the Windows Server 2019 Hyper-V host.
Addresses an element that causes Microsoft Office along with other applications to prompt for a password once you change a user account password.
Fixed a problem where a File Share Witness does not remove Server Message Block (SMB) handles, which in turn causes a server to eventually stop accepting SMB connections.
Addresses an issue by which Windows attempts to renew Azure Active Directory (AAD) token certificates when there is no internet connectivity.
Fixed a problem with scrollLeft in Internet Explorer.
Addresses a problem with a system which has pre-start kernel Direct Memory Access (DMA) Protection enabled. When you begin Windows in safe mode, a blue screen of death appears with the error, “DRIVER_VERIFIER_DMA_VIOLATION”.

Windows 10 update KB4499183 for version 1803

The April 2018 Update (version 1803) is getting update KB4499183, and also the Windows support site referred it as “May 21, 2019?aKB4499183 (OS Build 17134.799)”. If you’re already running version 1803 on your computer, this update will address these issues:

Allows users to go back to a host browser from the Windows Defender Application Guard (WDAG) container.
Fixed a problem that triggers Internet Explorer to prevent answering a browse request.
Addresses a problem where the desktop wallpaper image set with a Group Policy will not update if that wallpaper image has the same name because the previous image.
Fixed an issue that stops removing Bluetooth add-ons from some systems with specific Bluetooth radios.
Addresses an issue with utilizing an apostrophe or single quote character in the log entries of the Event Log Service.
Fixed an issue in which Windows tries to renew Azure Active Directory (AAD) token certificates if you find no internet connectivity.
Addresses a problem with looping redirects between Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer 11.
Updates wininet.dll to prevent the re-creation of File Transfer Protocol (FTP) control sessions.
Fixed an issue that prevents the OS from loading new icon files whether it encounters a symbol file that has a bad format.
Addresses a problem to create the date separator properly in the Japanese short date format.
Updates time zone information for the Palestinian Authority.
Fixed a problem that stops updates from downloading from a Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) server whenever a Windows Defender Application Control policy is set to handle which updates can be deployed.
Addresses an issue that disconnects an online desktop session when you lock the session utilizing a third-party credential provider.
Fixed a problem with BranchCache when it’s in distributed cache mode.
Addresses an element that could cause an end D1 error whenever you boost the random-access memory (RAM) capacity of the CPU (“hot add”) on a virtual machine.
Fixed a problem that could cause event 7600 within the Website name System (DNS) server event log to contain an unreadable server name.
Addresses an issue that may cause an error when you make an effort to access a Network File System (NFS) share.
Fixed a problem that could cause a server to need a restart since the system nonpaged pool consumes an excessive amount of memory.
Addresses an issue that prevents NumLock from working properly inside a Remote Assistance session once the Remote Assistance window gains and loses focus.
Fixed a problem with the “Allow uninstallation of language features when a language is uninstalled.” Group Policy.
Addresses an element that may cause a brief KRB_AP_ERR_MODIFIED Kerberos sign-in failure in applications and services configured to use a Group Managed Service Account (GMSA).
Fixed a problem that stops ActiveX controls from automatically installing via a proxy server.
Addresses an issue that leads to a sign-in to fail with the error, “Incorrect Username or password” when utilizing a clear or null password and Windows Defender Credential Guard is enabled.
Fixed a problem that causes Microsoft Office and other applications to prompt for any password once you change a user account password.
Addresses an issue in Windows Defender Application Guard (WDAG) that displays the mistake “0xc000026b” whenever a user signs out.
Fixed an issue that causes the Windows Event Log plan to cease working when certain characters are included in a celebration.
Addresses an issue that causes rendering to prevent working for <svg> elements.

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These updates are available immediately, they’ll upload automatically, but you can invariably force the update from Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update and clicking the Look for updates button. You can find more details concerning the most recent updates within the Windows 10 update history tracker guide.

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