KB4502112 is out and with this cumulative update release, Windows 10 1703 build advances to 15063.1785. Although, There are no major changes, it does resolve the Connected Standby bug on Microsoft Surface Hub. Generally, this is responsible to restrict any devices when they try entering into the Deepest Runtime Idle Platform State i.e. (DRIPS).
After installing this update, users may get “STATUS_BAD_IMPERSONATION_LEVEL (0xC00000A5)” warning message when they try to perform certain operations. The company has provided its solution as well, that we have outlined below-
KB4502112 Known issues
There is only one issue that appears on this patch update.
When you try to perform certain operations like rename files/ folders, it might fail displaying the following error message-
This bug might occur owing to two different reasons. Let’s explore the origin of such bugs along with their solutions.
1. Lack of Administrative Privileges
If that’s the case, try to perform an operation using a process which has administrator privileges.
2. CSV Ownership
The error message can also appear when you perform an operation using a node that doesn’t have CSV ownership. Reversing the condition may solve the trouble.
Microsoft is working on a permanent solution to such issues and will provide the same once they found the proper solution. Till then, have patience.
How to get this update
Before going to install the current cumulative update, just make sure to install the latest Servicing Stack update i.e. (KB4487327). Doing this will ensure nothing goes wrong while performing windows update process.
Most probably, you will auto receive the notification regarding Windows 10 1703 upgrade and installation. In case you haven’t, try these simple and easy steps.
Step-1: Press Win+I to invoke Settings app.
Step-2: Here, select Update & Security next Windows Update.
Step-3: Thereafter, tap Check for updates option on the right section.
That’s it, you can now download and install KB4502112 on your System.
Source- Update Catalogue