Updating the Windows device is definitely every user’s preference. If you are among them, then you must be aware of the Tuesday patches that the giant software releases every month. December 10, 2019 rolls out KB4530714 for Windows 10 version 1709, Build 16299.1565. It does not have any key changes but includes some significant security updates.
The patch contains security developments for Windows basic functions, external devices, and several components. It also addresses the Microsoft Store problem but also carries some known problems post-installation. Hence, read out the below section to know more about this package and what it is offering for version 1709.
KB4530714 for Windows 10 1709 16299.1565 Changelog
Here is the list of enhancements, and fixes that KB4530714 for Windows 10 1709 16299.1565 holds –
- There are some security developments for the operations that Windows perform.
- Also, it contains certain security updates that basically focuses on external devices. For example, when you use web cameras or game controllers.
- The release of KB4530714 also deals with the problem where Microsoft Store might not launch on Windows on Arm.
- It offers security updates to various components like Windows Kernel, the Microsoft Scripting Engine, Windows Virtualization, Windows Server, and Windows Peripherals.
While performing tasks such as renaming you might face issues. This is particularly when you carry out operations on files or folders that are on a Clustered Shared Volume (CSV). An error will fire up saying “STATUS_BAD_IMPERSONATION_LEVEL (0xC00000A5)”. Also, it is specific when you do the above-mentioned task on a CSV owner node from a process that does not hold admin rights.
As an applicable and possible workaround, you can try one of the following –
- Do the task from a process that contains administrative authorities.
- Carry out the operation from a node that doesn’t have Clustered Shared Volume ownership.
You might also encounter issues while setting up a local user. It happens when you use the Input Method Editor (or IME) during the Out of Box Experience (OOBE). It will badly affect the users with IME for Japanese, Chinese, and Korean languages.
Note – Users using Microsoft account during OOBE will not be affected.
The team is working on the resolution and you will receive its update in the next rollout.
As a temporary solution, you can set the keyboard language to English. Set this during user creation or you can also use a Microsoft Account to finish the OOBE. After user creation, you can revert back the keyboard language to your preferred one.
Microsoft is working on the solution and will soon come up with an update in the forthcoming release.
How to Get KB4530714 for Windows 10 1709
Microsoft offers you three channels to receive KB4530714. But before you move ahead with the download, ensure to install the latest servicing stack update (SSU). By doing so, you will mitigate the potential issues, moreover, it will also develop the reliability of the update process.
- Visit the Microsoft Update Catalog to get the standalone package of KB4530714.
- Or, open Windows Settings by hitting Win+I keys. Go to Update & Security => Windows Updates => Check for updates.
- Click Download once the system scans and list the available updates.
Alternatively, you can get the MSU file of the update from – Microsoft update catalog.
Source – Release note