Microsoft rolls KB4499147 patch update that attempt to solve several impending issues such as- Kerberos sign-in, ScrollLeft, BranchCache etc. Moreover, it contains a series of fixes that make your OS a bit more effective while updating windows 10 1709 to Build 16299.1182.
Here, we depict the general improvements and changes that appear on KB4499147 cumulative update. In addition to this, there is one known issue as well i.e. Error 0xC00000A5. This patch will auto-appear on Windows Update section however, you can also download its .msi file manually from Microsoft Update catalogue.
General Changes and Improvements
Let’s see the salient features and key changes of this cumulative update-
- Attempts to solve the issue which creates a non-ending loop b/w Internet Explorer 11 and Microsoft Edge.
- Updates wininet.dll so as to prevent File Transfer Protocol i.e. FTP control sessions re-creating themselves.
- Works upon the Japanese short date format bug where date separator doesn’t appear correctly.
- Improves the time zone information for Morocco and the Palestinian Authority.
- Resolves the bug in which Windows try to renew Azure Active Directory (AAD) token certificates even if there is no internet connection available. This bug arises while AAD authentication and might slow down the app’s overall efficiency.
- Works upon an issue that results KRB_AP_ERR_MODIFIED Kerberos sign-in failure temporarily. This error arises while configuring apps that are assigned to use a Group Managed Service Account (GMSA). The exact reason behind this trouble is the loss of service account password after an automatic update.
- Addresses an anomaly that results a logon to fail displaying error, “Incorrect Username or password”. This occurs when you use an empty or null password while Windows Defender Credential Guard stays enabled.
- ScrollLeft functionality on Internet Explorer may work effectively after this patch update.
- Works upon a bug that lets rendering to stop working for some elements like- <svg>.
- KB4499147 addresses an anomaly that prompts to a wrong page when you go back to an earlier posted page.
Some Other Fixes
- Resolves the bug that is sole responsible to arise event 7600 on DNS server event log and contain an not readable server name.
- Earlier when you change your credentials on Microsoft Office or similar applications, this asks for a password and hence generate a bug. This issue pops up primarily on hybrid Azure Active Directory adjoined systems.
- Addresses an anomaly that starts a Stop D1 error when you attempt to enhance the capacity of your CPU’s RAM while using a Virtual Machine.
- Works upon an issue related to BranchCache once its distribution activates cache mode. BranchCache, in certain situations, might use more disk space than assigned for the republication cache. To resolve this bug, devices that have excelled the disk space assignments must empty BranchCache using the following command-
netsh branchcache flush
KB4499147- Known Issues
The key issues that appear on this patch- update are tabulated below-
|After installing KB4499147 patch-up, certain operations like renaming of files or folders may subject to fail and hence displays the following error code.
This occurs only if you perform such operations on a Cluster Shared Volume i.e. CSV. This can also happen if one uses non-Admin account to perform these functions on a CSV owner node.
To solve this, perform the following-
Microsoft is working on a resolution and will provide an update in an upcoming release.
How to get KB4499147 update
Before going to install KB4499147, make sure to latch your System with SSU (KB4500641). Doing this will ensure no unwanted errors appear during update process.
Succeeding after, navigate to the following path-
Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update and hit Check for updates option.
In case, you want to download this cumulative update directly, visit Microsoft Update Catalog website.