The RP and Beta channels of Windows 11 insider have obtained a fresh version having many valuable changes and fixes. KB5010414 is the release that increases the version to Windows 11 Build 22000.526.
Full name of this release is 2022-02 Cumulative Update for Windows 11 for x64-based System (KB5010414) where x64 is variable. Let’s see what changes the update has brought.
Windows 11 Build 22000.526 KB5010414 Changes and bug fixes
Here is the changelog –
- The cumulative patch for RP & Beta Channels fixed an issue that occurs when Windows Server 2016 runs as a terminal server using certain cloud computing VDI aka Virtual Desktop Infrastructure. Consequently, the server stops responding randomly after running for a span of time. Yesterday’s rollout addressed a regression too that proactively checks to make sure that the CSharedLock in rpcss.exe is configured correctly to avoid a deadlock.
- The experts in the Windows insider team fixed the time zone list in Settings that appear blank for non-administrator users.
- They settled an issue that occurs when querying through the proximity operator. It also affects the Windows search service.
- Windows 11 Build 22000.526 fixed Task Manager is not displaying Startup impact values.
- The version fixed ShellWindows() cannot return the InternetExplorer object when the file iexplore.exe runs in the Microsoft Edge Internet Explorer mode context.
- LCU for RP and beta channels offered the ability to share cookies between “Microsoft Edge” and “Microsoft Edge Internet Explorer mode”.
- The Insider rollout solved an issue that affects dialog boxes in Microsoft Edge Internet Explorer mode.
- Experts fixed Microsoft Edge Internet Explorer mode not working problem that occurs when pressing the function key F1.
- They fixed improper cleanup of DDE aka Dynamic Data Exchange objects. As a result, session teardown doesn’t work and session stops responding.
- Patch for the RP and beta channels fixed printing not operating properly that occurs for some low integrity process apps.
- The version brought support for Windows Hello for Business Cloud Trust. This is an absolutely new deployment model for hybrid deployments of Windows Hello for Business. This is a modern feature that uses the same deployment steps and technology that support on-premises SSO or single sign-on for Fast IDentity Online aka FIDO security key. Cloud Trust withdraws PKI or public-key infrastructure requirements for deploying Windows and makes the Windows Hello for Business deployment experience simple.
- Windows 11 Build 22000.526 fixed a problem that prevents you from reloading and unloading drivers when the drivers are protected by HVCI or Hypervisor-protected Code Integrity.
- The build settled the Silent BitLocker enablement policy that might unintentionally add a TPM i.e. Trusted Platform Module protector.
- Experts fixed a reliability issue in this version that affects the use of the Remote Desktop app to mount a client local drive to a terminal server session.
- Furthermore, they fixed an issue that displays RTL or right-to-left language text as left-justified on the context menus as well as command menus of File Explorer.
- You couldn’t reach the LanguagePackManagement configuration service provider or CSP through the WMl or Windows Management Instrumentation bridge. The update has fixed the issue.
- The rollout opened office files that are located on the recommended section of the Start menu in the browser. The problem happens when the device doesn’t have a valid license and the file is stored in OneDrive or SharePoint. If there is a genuine license, the file will open with the desktop app.
- KB5010414 patch fixed a mismatch that occurs between a Remote Desktop session’s keyboard and RDP client when signing in.
- The version added the date and clock to the taskbar of other monitors when you connect other monitors.
- Additionally, the rollout added weather content to the left of the taskbar when the taskbar is center-aligned. Hovering over the weather will show the Widgets panel on the left side of the screen and hide when you stop hovering over the area.
- The new cumulative patch of the Beta and RP channels added the ability to quickly share open application windows straight from the taskbar to a Microsoft Teams call.
- Experts in the term fixed incorrect tooltip that appears in a blank area on the taskbar. This happens after you hover over other icons such as battery, volume, or Wi-Fi.
- Furthermore, they fixed an issue that occurs when you try to write an SPN aka Service Principal Name alias (such as www/FOO) and HOST/FOO already exists on another object. You encounter an Access Denied error when the RIGHT_DS_WRITE_PROPERTY is located on the SPN attribute of the colliding object.
- KB5010414 fixed the connection of Offline Files not working on the network drive after restarting the OS and signing in. This problem happens if the DFS or Distributed File System path is mapped to the network drive.
- Experts fixed the authentication dialog that appears twice when you mount a network drive.
- They added support for hot adding and the removal of NVMe aka non-volatile memory namespaces.
- Finally, the release added the ability to quickly mute and unmute a Microsoft Teams call staying in your taskbar. During a call, an active mic icon will show up on the taskbar in order to easily mute the audio without having to return to the Microsoft Teams call window.
KB5010414 Windows 11 Build 22000.526 Direct download link (when ready)