Windows 10 has just now received a new cumulative update KB4525237 on Patch Tuesday 12 November 2019. Focusing on build 17134.1130, this update addresses several issues of the operating system and includes certain key changes as well. However, the company is working on a resolution and will present an update to fix this. Going ahead, the team roll security updates for Windows components and Microsoft apps such as – JET Database Engine, Cryptography, Windows Kernel, etc.
You can either download KB4525237 cumulative update manually or let Windows 10 do this automatically for you. Apart from this, manual installation is an alternate way to download and apply this on your PC. For this, visit the Update & Security category and select Check for updates button. Besides, you may look into the entire patches by visiting the Windows 10 Cumulative Updates List as well. See the details ahead-
Fixes and Improvements on KB4525237
The key features of this security update “KB4525237” are as follows-
- At first, this rectifies an issue that generates events based on Windows Defender Application Control Code Integrity and made them unreadable.
- The Build 18362.476 brings new attributes that protect your PC against the Intel® Processor Machine Check Error vulnerability (CVE-2018-12207). Moreover, you may use registry tweaks as mentioned in the Guidance KB article.
- Apart from above, KB4525237 shields your Windows 10 device from the Intel® Transactional Synchronization Extensions (Intel® TSX) Transaction Asynchronous Abort vulnerability (CVE-2019-11135) as well. Henceforth to receive the detailed information, you may click on Windows Client or Windows Server posts.
- In addition to the above fixes, this patch includes security updates for the following-
- Microsoft Scripting Engine
- Windows App Platform and Frameworks
- Windows Fundamentals
- Microsoft Edge
- Windows Cryptography
- Windows Virtualization
- Internet Explorer
- Windows Linux
- Microsoft JET Database Engine
- Windows Kernel
- Windows Datacenter Networking
Known Issues on KB4525237
With Build 17134.1130, you may receive an error when performing certain operations, for example, rename, on files or folders.
This happens very often while using Cluster Shared Volume (CSV). Thereupon, you will observe the error message that prompts while the execution is-STATUS_BAD_IMPERSONATION_LEVEL (0xC00000A5).
It occurs since the operation does not have an administrator authorization. Also, the operation performs on the CVS owner node.
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In the upcoming release, the experts promise to release a solution as they are currently working upon this.
While configuring a new Windows device during Out of Box experience, you can’t generate a local user using IMEs. This anomaly arises primarily if you are using Input Method Editors like- Chinese, Korean or Japanese languages.
Note: This doesn’t affect your personal Microsoft account while setting up a new device during OOBE.
Subsequently, to resolve this issue, you should try either of these two options to finish OOBE-
Once your PC is ready for usage, you could turn back on your local language.
Microsoft experts are currently working on a resolution and will provide an update in a future release.
How to get this patch update
Before proceeding to download and apply this cumulative update on to your PC, make sure to run the latest SSU i.e. KB4523203. Below, we illustrate three different ways to get KB4525237 for Windows 10 version 1803.
|Windows Update and Microsoft Update||
This release will get downloaded automatically through the Windows Update section. If not, you may do the same manually visiting the below address-
Settings (Win+I) > Update & Security > Windows Update > Check for Updates
|Microsoft Update Catalog||Get the standalone package.|
|Windows Server Update Services (WSUS)||
The KB4525237 patch will auto-synchronize using the WSUS if you have already arranged the following-