KB5030213 updates Windows 10 1607 to 14393.6252

September 2023 security update is now available for different versions of both Windows 11 and Windows 10 PCs. In this post, we discuss Windows 10 1607 and its latest cumulative update i.e. KB5030213. 

Have a look at its changelog and the issues known to occur on it and then you are good to go with its installation on your Windows 10 PC. 


How to Download and Upgrade to KB5030213 

If you haven’t disabled installing updates in Windows 10 automatically, you need not do anything. This cumulative update will download and install automatically and prompt a restart message.

Click on the restart button, and your device successfully upgrades to its next available OS Build version. In case you didn’t receive any upgrade message, check if Windows Updates are disabled on your computer. Or, you may visit the Windows Update section and click on Check for updates.

Alternatively, you may also visit Microsoft’s update catalog, and download the patch update matching your system architecture. The file downloads as .msu file which requires a double-click on it to begin its installation. 

Windows 10 1607 KB5030213 Changelog

Here’s what’s new on this patch update upgrading Windows 10 1607 to OS Build 14393.6252 –

  • Supports Daylight Savings Time (DST) Changes in Israel. 
  • Addresses an issue that affects remote procedure calls (RPC) to the Win32_User or Win32_Group WMI class. The domain member that runs the RPC contacts the primary domain controller (PDC). When multiple RPCs occur at the same time on many domain members, this might overwhelm the PDC.
  • Resolves an issue that affects the LanmanServer Service. Earlier, it used to stop working in clusters that do not have an Administrative Access Point. These are also known as AD-Detached Clusters. They are recommended for Microsoft Exchange on some versions of Windows. You may visit Database availability groups to know more about this.
  • Addresses an issue that affects authentication. Using a smart card to join or rejoin a computer to an Active Directory domain might fail. This occurs after you install Windows updates dated October 2022 or later. For more details, see KB5020276.

Known Issues in this update

As of now, there are no known bugs known to either Microsoft or us. 

Soni Aryan

Soni Aryan

Soni Kumari is a tech enthusiast known for her expertise in how-to type topics and Windows troubleshooting articles. She loves exploring how to do things or tweaks in Android, iPhone, and other operating systems.