Windows 10 KB5020030 Non-Security Patch Update Non 2022

November 2022 Non-Security patch, KB5020030, is now available for Windows 10 users. This update brings several new features and bug fixes for versions 21h2, 22h1, and 22h2. Installing this update will upgrade your respective OS Build to 19045.2311, 19044.2311, and 19043.2311 respectively.

Windows 10 KB5020030

Windows 11 KB5019157 Non-Security Update Build 22000.1281

Windows 10 KB5020030 Changelog

The new features and bug fixes on this patch update are as follows –

New features on KB5020030

  • Provides a Quick Assist application for your client’s device.
  • Cortana will no longer be pre-pinned to your taskbar by default. Microsoft has done this to streamline your taskbar experience.
  • The search box now appears, by default, on the taskbar when the taskbar is at the top of your screen or when you turn on the small taskbar button mode. You may use this search box to discover what information and files your device as well as the web holds.

Bug Fixes

  • This update works on some persistent update failures for the Microsoft Store.
  • Addresses a key issue affecting certain printers. This was for printers on which print outputs are misaligned.
  • Rectifies an anomaly that affects daylight saving time (DST) in the Republic of Fiji. It cancels DST for 2022.
  • Resolves an issue affecting cluster name objects (CNO) or virtual computer objects (VCO). This problem was known to cause password reset failures. When this happens, you encounter the following error message – “There was an error resetting the AD password… // 0x80070005”.
  • Addresses an issue that affects Microsoft Defender for Endpoint. Automated investigation blocks live response investigations.
  • This also resolves an issue that might affect applications running on the Windows Lock Down Policy (WLDP). They might stop working.

Known Issues on this patch update

With this patch update, you may encounter the following issues. Go through these issues and their fixes before you make up your mind to upgrade to this non-security update.

1] When you install the Windows Operating system using a custom offline media or custom ISO image, your device might be missing the Microsoft Edge Legacy version. This problem arises only when you have created the custom media by slipstreaming an update into the image without having first installed the standalone servicing stack update (SSU) released on March 29, 2021, or later.

Fix – Since the new Microsoft Edge is missing on your computer, you may install that by visiting its official site. In case you want to avoid this issue, install the latest Standalone package first on your device.

2] The Kerberos authentication might fail to work as usual after upgrading to this patch update. This problem first started occurring after you install Nov 8, 2022, or later updates and it continues to occur even with this cumulative update. Upon facing this issue, your device might fail to perform the below tasks –

    • Problems in connecting to Remote Desktop connections using domain users.
    • Printing that requires domain user authentication might fail.
    • Trouble accessing the shared folders on workstations and file shares on servers.

Fix – The developers are looking at this problem and might provide a resolution in the near future.

3] Installing this update might cause your device to face problems in reconnecting to Direct Access. This happens only after temporarily losing network connectivity or transitioning between Wi-Fi networks or access points.

Fix – A simple restart might resolve this issue. If not, download and deploy the following Group Policy.

KB5018482 220927_043047 Known Issue Rollback: Download for Windows 10, version 22H2; Windows 10, version 21H2; Windows 10, version 21H1; Windows 10, version 20H2.

After you have downloaded this policy, install it on your computer. To know more, read on how to use Group Policy to deploy a Known Issue Rollback.

How to Get this KB5020030 update

Before you upgrade your device to this Build update, make sure to download and install the latest SSU on your PC.

  • Offline OS image servicing: Make sure to upgrade the Servicing Stack update to May 10, 2022, (KB5014032).  This is applicable if your device doesn’t have the May 22, 2022 (KB5011543) or later LCU.
  • WSUS deployment: Make sure to install the special standalone on August 10, 2021 SSU (KB5005260). This is applicable if your device doesn’t have the May 11, 2021 (KB5003173) or later LCU.

For any other device, you may directly reach out to Settings > Windows Update, and hit Check for updates. The system will check for pending updates and download/install that on your device.

Alternatively, users may also manually download the relevant standalone package from the Microsoft Update catalog. After you download the required setup file, double-click on it to upgrade to OS Build 1904x.2311.

Release Note

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