Windows 10 1909 and 1903 have got KB4541335 cumulative update a little ago today. The patch increases the OS build numbers to 18363.752 and 1903 18362.752 respectively. Mainly, the release addresses issues in printing to a document share, mute button, closing, calendar dates, and other.
KB4541335 is a non-security update and you will receive this automatically following your default Windows update settings. See the improvements, fixes, known issues, and download locations further –
KB4541335 Windows 10 1909 and 1903 Changelog
Here is the list of improvements and fixes that KB4541335 contains –
Improvements and fixes in Windows 10 1909
- The patch incorporates all the enhancements from Windows 10, version 1903.
- Focuses on a problem that does not retain the locale language setting in an OS image. It happens when that is customized during system preparation (Sysprep).
Improvements and fixes in Windows 10 1903
- KB4541335 deals with a complication that leads to an error during printing to a document repository.
- Microsoft fixes an issue that shows a misleading reset message for Win32 apps. The problem occurs when they are converted to Universal Windows Platform (viz UWP) apps, like Microsoft Sticky Notes, Microsoft OneNote, and so on.
- An issue with Microsoft Foundation Class (MFC) toolbar gets a fix. This happens when dragging in a multi-monitor environment.
- A complication that averts the first keystroke from being recognized correctly in the DataGridView cell gets a solution.
- Performance trouble in applications gets a resolution as well. This is evident when content that is safeguarded by digital rights management (viz DRM) plays or is paused in the background.
- Multiple attempts to capture a screenshot of a window using the PrintWindow API failure is fixed.
- The reason for File Explorer to shut down abruptly is dealt with in this patch. It occurs when using roaming profiles between different versions of Windows 10.
- Users with no local profile will now be able to get search results in the Start menu and search box.
- After changing the keyboard layout, users with East Asian characters will not face apps to close all of a sudden.
- The mute button from functioning on certain devices with the Microsoft Your Phone app will not be prevented.
- An issue that makes calendar dates appear on the wrong day of the week gets a fix. It is evident in the clock and date region of the notification area while selecting Samoa time zone.
- Table formatting will no longer fail in the PowerShell Integrated Scripting Environment (viz ISE) during a remote session. The error message that shows up is “Remote host method get_WindowsSize is not implemented”.
- An issue with reading logs using the OpenEventLogA() function gets a fix.
- The software corporation deals with an issue that might lead domain controllers (aka DC) to register a lowercase and a mixed or all uppercase Domain Name System (viz DNS) service (SRV) record in the _MSDCS.<forest root domain> DNS zone. This happens to appear when DC computer names incorporate one or more uppercase characters.
- Microsoft focuses on a complication that might cause a delay of up to two minutes when signing in or unlocking a session. It occurs on Hybrid Azure Active Directory-joined machines.
- A fix is out for authentication issues in an Azure Active Directory environment. It used to fail with no errors on display.
- Machines that are not allowed to enable Credential Guard from joining a domain is resolved. The error note is “The server’s clock is not synchronized with the primary domain controller’s clock.”
- KB4541335 focuses on a problem that leads authentication to fail. It happens when using Azure Active Directory and the user’s security identifier (viz SID) has modified.
- Under certain situations, a few machines do not get into sleep mode automatically. This is due to Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) Auto Incident Response (IR). Thankfully, release of KB4541335 fixes this issue also.
- Specific problem was averting a few machines from successfully functioning Microsoft Defender ATP Threat & Vulnerability Management.
- Compatibility enhancement for non-ASCII file paths for Microsoft Defender ATP Auto IR.
- Windows Runtime (WinRT) API that sends specific absorption rate (aka SAR) back-off values gets a solution.
- The company addresses a trouble in which a Windows.admx template is missing one of the SupportedOn tags.
- Applications will not close down abruptly.
- A problem generates the “Storage Replica” administrator group with the incorrect SAM-Account-Type and Group-Type. This eventually makes the Storage Replica administrator group unusable when moving the primary domain controller (viz PDC) emulator. KB4541335 rolls out a solution for this as well.
- Fortunately, this release restores the constructed attribute in Active Directory and Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services (AD LDS) for msDS-parentdistname.
- An issue with evaluating the compatibility status of the Windows ecosystem to help ensure application and device compatibility for all updates to Windows is addressed.
- A problem that averts Microsoft User Experience Virtualization (UE-V) settings from roaming to enable the signature files that comes into use for new messages, forwarded messages, and replies gets a fix.
- Another complication gets a solution that blocks Network Policy Server (aka NPS) accounting feature from functioning. This happens to appear when NPS is configured to use SQL for accounting with the new OLE (compound document) database driver (MSOLEDBSQL.dll) after switching to Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.2.
- KB4541335 focuses on the problem that stops standard user accounts that are configured with the maximum User Account Control (UAC) settings. It blocks them from installing Language Features On Demand (FOD) using the System settings.
- The connection to a virtual private network (VPN) will no longer fail after installing this patch. Moreover, its status will also not remain at “Connecting”.
With this update, Microsoft and the team are not aware of any complications.
How to Get KB4541335
Microsoft provides a strong suggestion to users before installing the latest cumulative update (or LCU). They advise you to download and install the current servicing stack update (SSU) first. Basically, there is a benefit of doing so; it mitigates the potential issue that might prevent the LCU to happen successfully.
Users can grab the patch by following these steps –
- Press Win logo+I hotkey to open Windows Settings.
- Select Update & Security.
- Click Check for updates on the right pane.
- Once the list of available updates become visible, click Download to grab them. Restart Windows 10 PC to completely install them.
As an alternative, visit Microsoft Update Catalog and download the compatible file.
Source – Release Note