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Windows 10 versions 1803 and 1709 get new updates today

Microsoft has released new minor updates for Windows 10 versions 1803 (aka the April 2018 update) and 1709 today (via Neowin). If you’re running the latest public version of Windows 10, you can download the build 17134.286 (KB4464218) today. This update brings a single fix for an issue related to Microsoft Intune, and you can get more details below:

  • Addresses a Microsoft Intune issue that occurs after installing any of the updates released between July 24, 2018 and September 11, 2018. Windows no longer recognizes the Personal Information exchange (PFX) certificate that’s used for authenticating to a Wi-Fi or VPN connection. As a result, Microsoft Intune takes a long time to deliver user profiles because it doesn’t recognize that the required certificate is on the device.

For users still on Windows 10 version 1709 (aka the Fall Creators Update), the build 16299.666 (KB4464217) addresses the same Intune issue plus another one related to VPNs. Here are the full release notes:

  • Addresses an issue that may prevent a VPN connection from establishing for some users that are using VPN with IKEv2. The connection fails with the error, “Remote Access Error 809.”
  • Addresses a Microsoft Intune issue that occurs after installing any of the updates released between July 24, 2018 and September 11, 2018. Windows no longer recognizes the Personal Information exchange (PFX) certificate that’s used for authenticating to a Wi-Fi or VPN connection. As a result, Microsoft Intune takes a long time to deliver user profiles because it doesn’t recognize that the required certificate is on the device.

Microsoft released “Patch Tuesday” updates for all supported versions of Windows 10 last week, but as we’ve seen in recent months, it’s not unusual for the company to release additionnal updates in a single month. There are no known issues with these two new builds, but as usual let us know in the comments if you encounter any issues after installing the new bits.

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How is your experience with these new builds?