Release Preview (RP) and Beta channel obtained a fresh update having a gigantic list of bug fixes. Windows 11 Build 22000.282 is the release bringing fixes for L3 caching, Start menu, race condition, stop error 0x38, WMI provider host process, parsing time formats, and many more.
Full name of the build is Cumulative Update KB5006746 for Windows 11 GA Release, Version 21H2 = OS Build /22000.282.co_release_svc_prod2.211006-1742. We will be presenting all the changes this version has carried.
KB5006746 Windows 11 Build 22000.282 Changes, improvements, and fixes
Here is the changelog –
- KB5006746 fixed L3 caching problem due to which the performance of some apps on devices that have AMD Ryzen processors (original rollout) might be affected.
- The insider team experts fixed the Start menu not working and updated taskbar design doesn’t appear after upgrading to Windows 11 (original release).
- They fixed stop error that might take place because of a race condition during the initial part of startup.
- KB5006746 Windows 11 Build 22000.282 settle a regression due to which stop error 0x38 on some system configurations that use non-ASCII text in the registry might occur.
- The rollout fixed interrupt handling of certain processors that might cause devices to stop responding.
- The experts fixed PowerShell that creates countless child directories. This problem happens when using the PowerShell Move-Item command to move a directory to one of its children. Consequently, the volume fills up and the system stops responding.
- They fixed the Server Manager application that vanishes from sight after using it to eliminate Hyper-V functionalities. This problem happens when you install Server Manager on Windows 11 clients using RSAT.
- Additionally, the professionals in the team fixed a threading issue that might cause the Windows Remote Management (WinRM) service to stop working when it is under a high load.
- The team fixed WMI provider host process stops working. This befalls because of an unhandled access violation that occurs when using the DSC.
- KB5006746 Windows 11 Build 22000.282 fixed device stops responding that occurs when you forcibly shut down it while a Group Policy is being updated.
- Windows 11 Build 22000.282 KB5006746 fixed migration between DFS paths that are saved in different volumes to fail. This problem occurs when you bring the migration via PowerShell scripts into operation that uses the Move-Item.
- Furthermore, the experts fixed you cannot write to a WMI repository after a low memory condition happens.
- The rollout repaired a problem with a hardcoded font in the PowerShell shortcut file that distorts Korean, Chinese, and Japanese language fonts. This push fixed the same for all newly created users on the machine. Present users can use the “C:\Users\Default\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Windows PowerShell\Windows PowerShell.lnk” file to launch PowerShell to address the bug. Otherwise, the users can create a shortcut to this file on the desktop and harness the shortcut to open PowerShell.
- They fixed parsing time formats problems in events that occur when milliseconds are excluded.
- Additionally, the experts fixed an issue that incorrectly renders some Enhanced Metafile Format (EMF) files. This trouble occurs if you build the EMF files using 3rd-party apps with ExtCreateFontIndirect() furthermore ExtCreatePen().
- KB5006746 gives administrators the choice to reset the zoom to the default state for HTML dialogs during Microsoft Edge Internet Explorer mode.
- The experts fixed an issue with Enterprise Mode Site List redirection from IE11 to Microsoft Edge. In certain situations, the redirection opens a site in multiple tabs in the Edge browser.
- They fixed IE stops working when input certain characters in the IME.
- Also, the team fixed a problem with PropertyGet in dll.
- The build fixed a memory leak that triggers when using nested classes within VBScript.
- The rollout settled NumLock state disabled after a Fast Startup restart.
- Current build fixed a problem with moving some app windows. This might be unusually sluggish when a File Explorer window is visible on the screen.
- Furthermore, Windows 11 Build 22000.282 fixed the Mail app that doesn’t accept keyboard input in the address and subject boxes.
- The insider experts fixed the User Interface for renaming files using folder view in File Explorer. The interface fails to properly handle inline composition using the new Japanese Input Method Editor.
- KB5006746 release fixed black screen that appears intermittently when signing in on the credentials page due to the use of App-V.
- The rollout fixed an internet print server that is unable to properly package modified printer properties before sending the package back to the client.
- The build implemented a Gpedit setting for the underneath registry value (For more information, see KB5005010):
Registry location: HKLM\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Windows NT\Printers\PointAndPrint
DWORD Value –
Value data – 1
- KB5006746 Windows 11 Build 22000.282 fixed Xbox Game Bar recording features might be unavailable.
- The insider team’s professionals fixed distortion in the audio captured by voice assistants.
- They resolved the memory leak in exe that occurs when the Token Privileges buffer is not released.
- They fixed dll stops working error that occurs within LSASS. This happens when the processes simultaneous Service for User (S4U) user-to-user (U2U) requests for the identical client user.
- Also, they fixed non-paged pool leak that occurs from the UxSF pool tag. This happens when exe stops processing asynchronous SSPI calls.
- KB5006746 Windows 11 Build 22000.282 fixed BitLocker that cannot be enabled on a thinly provisioned virtual machine aka VM. You encounter the error – A device attached to the system is not functioning and the system logs will show STATUS_UNSUCCESSFUL.
- The rollout makes the performance of exe better in environments with User Datagram Protocol aka UDP apps that require high amounts of bandwidth.
- Also, the build solved Microsoft Office apps not working on systems that hold certain processors due to Windows Defender Exploit Protection.
- The update turned on credentials for Azure AD ADFS users in Quick Assist.
- The experts fixed full screen view that can not be used by Quick Assist users after they start a remote assistance session.
- Additionally, they repair Set-RDSessionCollectionConfiguration that does not set the camerastoredirect:s:value custom property.
- KB5006746 Windows 11 Build 22000.282 fixed an Input Method Editor mode instability in the RemoteApp scenario. Keep in mind to install this update on Remote Desktop client as well as Remote Desktop server.
- The rollout fixed IME toolbar appears even when the RemoteApp is not open.
- The professionals in the team fixed a paged pool memory leak of the registry entries for the Virtual Desktop ID that occurs in exe.
- They change the contrast theme a little, for example, to make hyperlinks more precise when you hover over them while you are using the desert theme.
- Also, they fixed other screen readers and the Narrator can not announce when the Start menu is open in certain cases.
- The rollout fixed an issue that occurs if the search index is damaged in certain ways; attempts to search using the taskbar or File Explorer fail.
- It fixed the search window that does not appear on a secondary monitor.
- The experts fixed the File Explorer window that might lose focus when you map a network drive.
- They fixed lock screen that appears black when you set up slideshow.
- Furthermore, they fixed a reliability problem with exe that affects the network status text rendering on the credentials screen.
- Windows 11 Build 22000.282 KB5006746 fixed multiple instances of an application via can not be opened via Shift and clicking on the app’s icon from the taskbar.
- The rollout updated the visual design and animations of the Chat icon on the taskbar.
- This KB5006746 stopped the warning about losing other people’s unsaved work when either rebooting or shutting down if none of the other users are signed in.
- The rollout fixed an issue that might occur when you configure the policy, Delete user profiles older than a specified number of days on system restart. When a user has been signed in for more than the stipulated time in the policy, the system might unexpectedly delete profiles at startup.
- The experts fixed Remote Desktop Protocol service can not be established or RDP connection drops immediately under certain circumstances.
- They fixed input delays for certain Bluetooth keyboards and mice.
- Additionally, they fixed the Start menu that does not open subsequent to a video driver upgrade.
- The experts from the team improved the precision of the estimates for downtime particularly when the estimates are at least two minutes or more.
- They fixed an LSASS domain controller memory leak that is reported in PAM deployments.
- Also, they fixed a problem that happens when the LDAP bind cache is full, and the client library receives a referral.
- Windows 11 Build 22000.282 KB5006746 solved a problem with exe that affects the syncing of large Active Directory subtrees.
- The rollout fixed deadlock that occurs when Offline Files are turned. consequentially, CscEnpDereferenceEntryInternal holds child and parent locks.
- Finally, the rollout allows users to add to configure dot (.) delimited IP or period. They solved interchangeably with completely qualified host names in the underneath Group Policy settings –
KB5006746 Windows 11 Build 22000.282 direct download link (when available)
Source – Windows insider blog.