Microsoft: optional Windows 10 update KB5014666 released

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Microsoft releases optional Windows 10 cumulative update KB5014666. The new update is available for supported versions of Windows 10

The Microsoft (here for more info) recently released a new Windows 10 cumulative update for supported versions. This, at least for now, is only available as a preview of the next update scheduled for Patch Tuesday of July. In other words, KB5014666 is an optional update that can be downloaded manually by checking for updates in Windows Update.

It goes without saying that its main focus is not on operating system security, as it includes various other fixes and new features. In addition to a host of new print and scan features, the update also includes new ones. For example, it adds IP address checking for incoming Windows Remote Management (WinRM) connections in security event 4262 and WinRM event 91. This fixes an issue that fails to register the IP address of source and computer name for a remote PowerShell connection. Adds public server message block (FSCTL) code of the FSCTL_LMR_QUERY_INFO file system (FSCTL) specific redirector (RDR).

Microsoft: optional Windows 10 update KB5014666 released

Optional Windows 10 update KB5014666 scheduled for July 12th

Most of the changes included in this update are specifically aimed at IT administrators and businesses, so if you’re a home user still running Windows 10, you won’t get much after installing KB5014666.

Resolves an issue where a domain controller incorrectly writes Key Distribution Center (KDC) event 21 to the system event log. This occurs when the KDC successfully processes a Kerberos Public Key Cryptography for Initial Authentication (PKINIT) authentication request with a self-signed certificate for key trust scenarios (Windows Hello for Business and Device Authentication),

Microsoft explains.

The next Patch Tuesday will take place on July 12th. At that point, all enhancements available today as part of this cumulative update will be pushed to all Windows 10 devices as an automatic update via Windows Update. According to Microsoft’s support policy, Windows 10 will continue to be supported until October 2025.

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