Windows 10 22H2 known issues blocking upgrade

These are the known issues that may impact the user experience for Windows 10 22H2.

Windows 10 22H2 known issues

UPDATED 11/11/2022: Microsoft released the “Windows 10 22H2” (2022 Update) on October 18 to millions of compatible devices worldwide. Along with the kick-off of the rollout, the software giant also published a list of known issues with the new version.

The complete list of known issues is available on the Windows 10 health dashboard website, and at the time of this writing, it only lists several problems, some of which have been resolved while others are still being reviewed. However, none of the issues are significant.

Known issues for Windows 10 22H2

Here’s a list of the issues found during the early rollout of Windows 10 22H2:

  • Domain join processes may fail with the error “0xaac (2732)”: This might be encountered when an account was created by a different identity than the one used to join the domain.
  • Microsoft OneDrive might unexpectedly close: You might be unable to sign out or unlink your OneDrive account and sites or folders from Microsoft Teams and SharePoint. (Resolved on update KB5020953)
  • Possible issues caused by Daylight Savings Time change in Jordan: Jordanian government announced a Daylight Saving Time (DST) change for winter 2022. (Resolved)
  • The update might fail to install, and you might receive a 0x800f0922 error: Security update for Secure Boot DBX might fail to install. (Investigating)

It’s not surprising to see several issues since this is expected during the early days of a new version. However, Microsoft is using a gradual rollout approach and only making version 22H2 available for devices with a smooth upgrade experience.

Although the new feature update does not have big problems, as more devices install version 22H2, the company will probably continue to update the dashboard page with more problems and workarounds as necessary.