Microsoft is now rolling out this month’s Patch Tuesday for Windows 10. The company today released a new cumulative update, KB4034674, to Windows 10 users. The update bumps the build number of the OS up to 15063.540 from 15063.502. Unlike some of the recent cumulative updates for Windows 10, the latest one doesn’t include a lot of new changes but it still includes some important fixes which you should install as soon as possible.
The update brings the usual security patches for Microsoft Edge, the shell, Internet Explorer, and the Windows Subsytem for Linux, but it also includes some other fixes which most likely affect enterprise customers:
- Addressed issue where the policies provisioned using Mobile Device Management (MDM) should take precedence over policies set by provisioning packages.
- Addressed issue where the Site to Zone Assignment List group policy (GPO) was not set on machines when it was enabled.
- Addressed issue where the AppLocker rules wizard crashes when selecting accounts.
- Addressed issue where the primary computer relationship is not determined when you have a disjoint NetBIOS domain name for your DNS Name. This prevents folder redirection and roaming profiles from successfully blocking your profile or redirects folders to a non-primary computer.
- Addressed issue where an access violation in the Mobile Device Manager Enterprise feature causes stop errors.
- Security updates to Microsoft Edge, Microsoft Windows Search Component, Microsoft Scripting Engine, Microsoft Windows PDF Library, Windows Hyper-V, Windows Server, Windows kernel-mode drivers, Windows Subsystem for Linux, Windows shell, Common Log File System Driver, Internet Explorer, and the Microsoft JET Database Engine.
As per usual, Windows 10 users running the Creators Update will be able to get the update right now by heading over to Windows Update.