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Microsoft Resolves Another Major Bug in Windows 10 Version 1809 

Microsoft has just resolved another major bug in Windows 10 October 2018 Update (version 1809) and the company lifted the block for devices that were previously impacted.

Microsoft has just resolved another major bug in Windows 10 October 2018 Update (version 1809) and the company lifted the block for devices that were previously impacted.

Specifically, Microsoft explains that an issue caused by compatibility issues with F5 VPN clients was patched in Windows 10 cumulative update KB4482887, so users running the software can now upgrade to the October 2018 Update as well.

The problem was first acknowledged in late 2018 when Microsoft also decided to block devices running this VPN client from upgrading to the new OS release in order to prevent other issues. The bug was encountered on Windows 10 version 1809, Windows Server 2019, and Windows Server version 1809.

“After updating to Window 10 version 1809, F5 VPN clients may lose network connectivity when the VPN service is in a split tunnel configuration,” Microsoft now explains. “This issue was resolved in KB 4482887, and the block removed.”Rollout continuesThe rollout of Windows 10 October 2018 Update is still under way, despite Microsoft currently giving the finishing touches to another OS feature update codenamed 19H1 and likely to launch as April 2019 Update.

The next update is projected to be finalized as soon as this month, and it’s believed that Microsoft is already testing release candidates as part of the Windows Insider program. The public rollout is due to begin in April for production devices across the world, and as it happens with every update, it will take place in stages.

The October 2018 update came with several major bugs, including one that removed user files stored in libraries. This particular issue forced Microsoft to pull the update for approximately one month in order to prevent it from hitting a bigger number of devices. For now, the rollout continues, but upgrade blocks are still in place for some computers.
 
 
 
 
 

 

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