Microsoft today released a Cumulative Update for Windows 10 v1607 — KB3206632 raises the Build Number to 14393.576. This update requires Servicing stack update for Windows 10 Version 1607: October 27, 2016 to be installed in the system already.
KB3206632 update includes these additional improvements and fixes. No new operating system features are being introduced in this update. Key changes include:
- Improved reliability of Security Support Provider Interface.
- Addressed a service crash in CDPSVC that in some situations could lead to the machine not being able to acquire an IP address.
- Addressed issue where a Catalog-signed module installation does not work on Nano Server.
- Addressed issue with Devices left with Hello on for an excessive amount of time will not go into power savings mode.
- Addressed issue with gl_pointSize to not work properly when used with drawElements method in Internet Explorer 11.
- Addressed issue where Azure Active Directory-joined machines after upgrading to Windows 10 Version 1607 cannot sync with Exchange.
- Addressed additional issues with app compatibility, updated time zone information, Internet Explorer.
- Security updates to Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Uniscribe, Common Log File System Driver.
For more information about the security fixes included in this update, please refer to the Security Updates Guide. If you installed earlier updates, only the new fixes contained in this package will be downloaded and installed on your device.
KB3206632 Direct download links
Windows 10 32-bit:
windows10.0-kb3206632-x86_e7aaa968cae82cf0f798c16cda60994a9682d297.msu [508 MB]
Windows 10 64-bit:
windows10.0-kb3206632-x64_b2e20b7e1aa65288007de21e88cd21c3ffb05110.msu [948 MB]
KB3206632 fixes internet connectivity issues
From the Microsoft Community thread: Problems connecting to the internet
KB3206632 was released to resolve this (internet connectivity) issue. Customers should first take the steps above if they are unable to connect to the Internet, and then install the update. You can manually check for updates by clicking Settings, Update & Security, Windows Update and click Check for Updates. Click the Update History button to verify it if has already been installed. For most others, KB3206632 will be installed automatically. Visit the Windows Update FAQ for more information on keeping your PC up to date.
If KB3206632 gets stuck (at 95%, as reported by some users), better download the .msu file from the links posted above, and install the update.
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