If you are using Windows 10, you can download the latest update to your PC now. It is called KB5015020, which is not provided automatically and brings many fixes.
Microsoft has introduced a new update for Windows 10. This is the “Out of Band” update, which brings two fixes, which may be found on the next patch Tuesday scheduled for June. The first fixes the authentication issue for machine accounts on clients or servers, and the second fixes the issue that prevents applications from being installed from the Microsoft Store.
Here are the changes described in the changelog released by Microsoft:
- After installing the May 10, 2022 update on Domain Controllers, it addresses a known issue that may cause authentication failures for certain services on the server or client. These services include Network Policy Server (NPS), Routing and Remote Access Service (RRAS), Radius, Extension Authentication Protocol (EAP) and Protected Extension Authentication Protocol (PEAP). The problem affects how the domain controller handles the mapping of certificates to computer accounts. This problem only affects servers that are used as domain controllers; It does not affect client Windows devices.
- Specifies an issue that may prevent you from installing the Microsoft Store apps when you run Control Flow Apps.
How to install this update?
KB5015020 is available for all Windows 10 users who have 21H1 or higher installed. To download it, go to your computer’s Settings> Update & Security> Windows Update and manually check for new updates by clicking the corresponding button.
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