Microsoft made a bit of a bombshell announcement today, making some significant changes to the way it deals with Windows Updates, and announcing that the newly named Windows May 2019 Update will be sent to the Release Preview ring next week for Insiders, and then to OEMs and a round of rigorous internal testing before it officially launches.
Before that, however, there’s a new point release of 18362, this time 18362.30, with the following changes:
UPDATE 4/4: We have released Build 18362.30 (KB4497464) to Windows Insiders in the Fast AND Slow rings. If you have updated to Build 18356.21 – this build will be offered. Build 18362.30 includes the following fixes:
- We fixed an issue where AAD users were not able to sign-in after updating to 19H1 on AAD-joined PC not enrolled into MDM.
- We fixed an issue where users were unable to enable\disable .NET Framework or other optional feature- on-demand (FODs) after installing recent Cumulative Updates.
- We fixed an issue where a user’s PC may get into a unbootable state after installing a Cumulative Update and then installing a optional feature-on-demand (FOD).
So get to downloading this lastest set of fixes, and get ready for some rigorous Release Preview testing!