Microsoft rolls cumulative update KB4522010 for Windows 10 1607 users which upgrades the existing OS to build 14393.3206. This is primarily a security patch that improves the functioning of Internet Explorer. There are a few known issues on this release as well to which the company has addressed temporary solutions.
The team is currently working on two errors “STATUS_BAD_IMPERSONATION_LEVEL (0xC00000A5)” and “2245 (NERR_PasswordTooShort)”. They may provide a permanent solution to both in an upcoming update in case they do find a resolution.
General Improvements and fixes on KB4522010
The Company brings the following changes on the KB4522010 cumulative update.
- Security updates to Internet Explorer.
Known issues in KB4522010
After installing KB4467684, there appears an error message – “2245 (NERR_PasswordTooShort)”.
This occurs owing to cluster service fails to start properly. The exact reason behind this is the minimum password length policy that has been configured to use more than 14 characters.
To resolve this bug instantly, you should set the domain in such a way that it may use less or equal to 14 characters as default “Minimum Password Length” policy.
They are currently working on a resolution and may bring the same in an upcoming update.
A few operations may fail to occur like renaming of files and folders that are on a cluster shared volume.
When you encounter this trouble, you may receive the following error message as well-
This trouble arises when either you don’t have the full rights to carry such operations. Hence, to resolve this issue, you should perform any of these-
How to get this cumulative Update
Before downloading this security patch KB4522010, do run the current SSU on your PC. The latest servicing stack for this patch is KB4512574.
Besides, you will receive a by default notification regarding this patch update through the Windows Update section. However, you can download its standalone package manually through the Update Catalog.
In another way, navigate to the following path Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update and hit Check for updates option.
Source – Microsoft Update Catalog.