Windows Insiders on Windows 10 21H2 have received a new cumulative today and it has been released to the Release Preview channel. It’s worth mentioning that one fix will be included in the update as there will be the fix for the issue that prevents the file system control code (FSCTL_SET_INTEGRITY_INFORMATION_EX) from properly handling the input parameters.
All the fixes from last week’s optional KB5014023 update are included in the new version 19044.1741 (21H2) (KB5014023), which is optional for testing if some non-security fixes are passing the next Patch Tuesday, it’ll pass the Release Obtained from the release preview channel.
Changelog for the Windows 10 21H2 Build 1904.1741 (KB5014023) Update
- A new sorting version 6.4.3 is introduced and it’ll address the sorting issues affecting the Japanese half-width Katakana.
- Prevents the users from bypassing forced registration as it’ll disconnect from the Internet once they login to Azure Active Directory.
- Fixed the issue that could run any CPU apps as 32-bit processes.
- Fixed the issue that prevented Azure Desired State Configuration scenarios with multiple partial configurations from working properly as expected.
- The issue when adding a trusted user, group, or computer with a one-way trust has been fixed. The problem was appearing with the error message “The selected object doesn’t match the type of target source”.
- Fixed the issue that was preventing the Application Counters section from getting displayed in the Performance Monitor Tool’s performance report.
- Fixed the issue that was preventing Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Outlook from opening.
- Fixed the memory leak issue that affected the Windows system.
- Fixed the issue that was affecting the IE modal window frames.
- The issue preventing Internet Shortcuts from updating has been fixed.
- Fixed the issue that was causing printing to fail when Low Integrity Level (LowIL) app was printing an empty port.
- Fixed the issue causing characters to be discarded when the user entered characters while converting the text into an input method editor (IME).