Windows 10 Cumulative Update KB3201845 (14393.479) is now Available. This update includes quality improvements for Windows 10 Version 1607 and Windows Server 2016. No new operating system features are being introduced in this update. Key changes include:
- Improved the reliability of mobile device management (MDM) disenrollment, Distributed Component Object Model (DCOM), Peripheral Component Interface and PowerShell.
- Addressed issue that causes excessive battery drain if you have a Chinese Input Method Editor installed and use Windows Hello to log in.
- Addressed issue with OLE drag and drop that prevents users from downloading a SharePoint document library as a file.
- Addressed issue with Super Floppy-formatted fixed media devices that are not recognized by Windows 10 Anniversary Update or accessible in Windows Explorer.
- Addressed issue that causes the System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) client to fail installation when a device is re-imaged using the SCCM task sequence.
- Addressed issue that causes the loss of optional component (OC) state information, including all Hyper-V virtual machines, after upgrade.
- Addressed issue that causes Windows Explorer to display information that’s inconsistent with what’s stored on the Floppy disk.
- Addressed issue that, after connecting a shared CD/DVD-hosted drive with no media inserted, causes some of the commands, like DIR and NET USE, to hang.
- Addressed issue where customers cannot use directory cache sizes greater than 64 KB.
- Addressed issue where Windows Explorer sometimes does not prompt for credentials when a user logs on using a Microsoft account.
- Addressed additional issues with application compatibility and Internet Explorer
KB3201845 Direct Download
Download link from Microsoft Update Catalog, for manual / offline installation:
Note: If you encounter DHCP / network connectivity issues or error “WiFi doesn’t have a valid IP configuration” when connecting to a Wi-Fi network after installing the Cumulative Update KB3201845 (Build 14393.479), simply “Restart” Windows (instead of Shutting down and starting manually) so that the next reboot doesn’t use the “Fast Startup” mode. If that doesn’t help, do a Network Reset which fixes most connectivity issues in the system.
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