You will be pleased to know that Release Preview Channel has received a new build having several new improvements and features to Microsoft Defender for Endpoint, Chinese fonts, and Microsoft Clouds. KB5027293 is the cumulative update that carries the version Windows 10 22H2 Build 19045.3154.
Full name of this release is “2023-06 Preview Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 22H2 for x64-based Systems (KB5027293)”. See: Windows 11 KB5027292 delivered to the Release Preview Channel. Let’s look at what is new in this build –
KB5027293 Windows 10 Build 19045.3154 22H2 changes, bug fixes, and improvements
Here is the changelog:
- KB5027293 LCU improves several simplified Chinese fonts and the Microsoft Pinyin Input Method Editor (IME) to support GB18030-2022. You have the ability to input and showcase characters conforming to level 1 or 2 by utilizing the extensions available in Microsoft Yahei, Simsun, and Dengxian fonts. With this update, the Simsun Ext-B font now includes support for Unicode Extensions E and F, fulfilling the criteria for level 3 compatibility.
- Windows 10 22H2 Build 19045.3154 RP channel adds several new improvements and features to Microsoft Defender for Endpoint. To know detail navigate to Microsoft Defender for Endpoint.
- This update enables you to authenticate seamlessly across multiple Microsoft Clouds moreover, this feature effectively fulfills any necessary Conditional Access checks.
Bug fixes and changes
- This release addresses an issue that affects the OSK and stops it from opening after you lock the machine.
- Furthermore, the LCU addresses scheduled monthly task that might not run on time if the next occurrence occurs when DST occurs.
- KB5027293 CU addresses all the registry settings under the Policies paths that might be deleted. This problem happens when you do not change name of the local temporary user policy file at the time of Group Policy processing.
- This update affects the DWM aka Desktop Window Manager which improves its reliability.
- Windows 10 22H2 Build 19045.3154 RP channel addresses an issue that affects .msi files leading to failing a minor update when installing. This problem seems to happen when using the EnterpriseDesktopAppManagement CSP or configuration service provider to deliver the .msi file.
- This update addresses Spooler service that stops working when you print using a certain workspace.
- The rollout addresses tib.sys driver not loading problem that occurs when HyperVisor-protected Code Integrity (HVCI) is enabled.
- KB5027293 CU addresses an issue that affects NCryptGetProperty(). When you call it with NCRYPT_KEY_TYPE_PROPERTY, the system returns 0x1 instead of 0x20. This happens when the key is a machine key.
- This RP channel rollout addresses “HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\User Shell Folders” problem. You now have the capability to establish and preserve the accurate default permissions for the specified directory path. In the event of incorrect permissions, this may result in failure with the Start menu, search functionality, and Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) authentication.
- KB5027293 CU addresses a problem that affects those who enable the Smart Card is Required for Interactive Logon account option. When RC4 encryption is disabled, it becomes impossible to authenticate to Remote Desktop Services farms. This will result in an error message stating – An authentication error has occurred. The requested encryption type is not supported by the KDC.
- Finally, This update addresses “HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\User Shell Folders” glitch. When RC4 encryption is disabled, it becomes impossible to authenticate to Remote Desktop Services farms. This will result in an error message stating, An authentication error has occurred. The requested encryption type is not supported by the KDC.
How to download KB5027293 and install
- Press Winkey + I.
- Select – Windows Update when Settings open.
- Click – “Check for updates”.
KB5027293 download link – https://www.catalog.update.microsoft.com/Search.aspx?q=KB5027293
Source: Windows blog.