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Windows 10 update KB4284822 (build 16299.522) releases

Microsoft pushes new cumulative updates fixing a slew of issues on devices still running Windows 10 version 1709, 1703, and 1607.

Outside of its regular schedule, Microsoft is now rolling out update KB4284822 for Windows 10 version 1709 (Fall Creators Update) with a number of fixes and improvements. Also, the company is making available update KB4284830 for devices still running version 1703 (Creators Update) to address a few issues.

KB4284822 bumps the version number to build 16299.522, and according to Microsoft addresses problems with apps, hibernation, remote desktop, Windows Defender, and touch keyboard. Updates the default emoji font to include a water gun instead of a pistol emoji, and much more.

What’s new with Windows 10 build 16299.522

Microsoft has announced KB4284822 in the Windows support site, and it’s referred as “June 21, 2018—KB4284822 (OS Build 16299.522)”. If you’re already running the Windows 10 version 1709 on your PC, this update will address these problems:

  • Addresses a reliability issue with resuming from hibernation.
  • Updates the Segoe UI Emoji font to use a water gun to represent a pistol emoji.
  • Addresses an application performance degradation issue in operating system functions.
  • Fixes performance regression in App-V that slows many actions in Windows 10.
  • Adds a new MDM Policy, “DisallowCloudNotification”, for enterprises to turn off Windows Notification traffic.
  • Addresses an issue where Windows Defender Security Center and the Firewall Pillar app stop working when opened.
  • Changes the music metadata service provider used by Windows Media Player.
  • Fixes an issue with the placement of text symbols in right-to-left languages.
  • Addresses an issue with editing web password fields using a touch keyboard.
  • Adds a Group Policy that provides the ability to hide recently added apps from the Start menu.
  • Increases the user account minimum password length in Group Policy from 14 to 20 characters.
  • Fixes an issue that causes sporadic authentication issues when using Windows Authentication Manager.
  • Addresses an issue where client applications running in a container image don’t conform to the dynamic port range.
  • Adds a new registry key that prevents access to the Internet using WWAN if a non-routable ethernet is connected.
  • Fixes an issue where SmartHeap doesn’t work with UCRT.
  • Addresses an issue to ensure that Windows Defender Application Guard endpoints comply with regional policies.
  • Fixes an issue that prevented ISO/DVD mounts and eject from working using VM settings and Powershell because of menu transition issues in VMConnect.
  • Addresses an issue where an Azure Active Directory account domain change prevents customers from logging on.
  • Fixes an issue that displays unnecessary “Credential Required” and “Do you want to allow the app to access your private key?” messages.
  • Addresses an issue that causes the LSASS service to become unresponsive, and the system needs to be restarted to recover.
  • Adds a new registry key that allows customers to control access to the Internet using WWAN without using the default connection manager.
  • Fixes an issue where restarting the Hyper-V host with Hyper-V Replica (HVR) enabled could cause replication to stop.
  • Addresses an issue that might cause the Mitigation Options Group Policy client-side extension to fail during GPO processing.
  • Fixes an issue that causes a connection failure when a Remote Desktop connection doesn’t read the bypass list for a proxy that has multiple entries.

What’s new with Windows 10 build 15063.1182

In addition, Microsoft has also announced KB4284830 in the Windows support site, and it’s referred as “June 21, 2018—KB4284830 (OS Build 15063.1182),” and addresses these problems:

  • Addresses performance regression in App-V that slows many actions in Windows 10.
  • Fixes an issue that causes sporadic authentication issues when using Windows Authentication Manager.
  • Addresses an issue that displays unnecessary “Credential Required” and “Do you want to allow the app to access your private key?” messages.
  • Fixes an issue that causes the LSASS service to become unresponsive, and the system must be restarted to recover.
  • Addresses an issue where SmartHeap doesn’t work with UCRT.
  • Fixes an issue in MSXML 3.0 that causes the body of the request to be empty when the IXMLHTTPRequest send() method is called.
  • Addresses an issue where client applications running in a container image don’t conform to the dynamic port range.
  • Fixes an issue with the soft keyboard input modes in WPF applications.
  • Adds a new MDM Policy “DisallowCloudNotification” for enterprises to turn off Windows Notification traffic.

In addition, Microsoft is also pushing update KB4284833 for the Windows 10 Anniversary Update to fixes a number of issues. However, this update is only available for the Enterprise and Education editions as this version is no longer available for Windows 10 Pro or Home editions.

How to download June 21 update for Windows 10

These updates for PCs are available immediately, they will download and install automatically, but you can always force the update from Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update and clicking the Check for updates button. You can find more details about the most recent updates in the Windows 10 update history tracker guide.