- Jul 27, 2015
Microsoft released out-of-band updates for Windows 11, Windows Server 2022, Windows 10 and other client and server versions of Windows on January 17, 2022. Microsoft acknowledged that the January 2022 security updates were causing issues, especially on Windows Server systems.
KB5010793 for Windows 10 is already available via Windows Update, the Microsoft Update Catalog, and as an import via WSUS.
The update addresses four issues in total:
Microsoft lists three known issues, all of which are long-standing:
- Fixes an issue that could cause IPSEC (IP Security) connections that contain Vendor IDs to fail.
- Fixes an issue that could cause removable media that is using the Resilient File System (ReFS) from failing to mount or mounting in the RAW file format.
- Fixes an issue that could cause Windows Servers to restart unexpectedly on domain controllers.
- Fixes an issue that prevented "Active Directory (AD) attributes from being written properly during a Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) modify operation" when multiple attribute changes were made.
- The new Microsoft Edge may not be installed on devices that use custom ISO images or custom offline media to install new versions of Windows 10.
- Some devices may not be able to install updates after installing KB5003690 from June 2021. Windows may display the error "PSFX_E_MATCHING_BINARY_MISSING".
- when connecting devices in an untrusted domain using Remote Desktop, connections may fail to authenticate using smart card authentication. Should be resolved according to Microsoft through Known Issue Rollback.
Microsoft released out-of-band updates for Windows 11, Windows Server 2022, Windows 10 and other client and server versions of Windows on January 17, 2022.