Microsoft today released Windows 10 Build 15063.936 for the stable branch. The package KB4077528 is now available via Windows Update. This cumulative update is applicable to Windows 10 version 1703 "Creators Update". Let's see what has changed.
The official change log mentions the following fixes and improvement.
Addresses issue where an application cannot read or write attributes of windows that belong to another process using Get/SetWindowWord, Get/SetWindowLong, or Get/SetWindowLongPtr.
- Addresses issue where Internet Explorer stops responding, which delays the desktop appearing, makes the Start menu unresponsive, and causes some system tray icons to disappear.
- Addresses issue where members of the Performance Log Users group receive the error “Access is denied. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80070005 (E_ACCESSDENIED))”. The error appears while trying to schedule logging of performance counters, enable trace providers, or collect trace information.
- Addresses issue where authentication to Microsoft Outlook fails when using conditional access.
- Addresses reliability issue where certain Device Guard rules may cause the system to stop working.
- Addresses issue where a 0x06d9 failure occurs when a user attempts an OS upgrade or an LCU update. The system automatically reverts to a previous version of the upgrade or update.
- Addresses issue where a server error occurs occasionally during file transfer. The error is “Stop D1 in tcpip!TcpSegmentTcbSend”.
- Addresses issue where a print server name containing a wildcard character (*, ?) prevents the Point and Print Restrictions Group Policy from taking effect.
- Addresses issue where the Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service (RADIUS) server name isn't authenticated while connecting to a wireless network.
- Addresses issue where iSCSI target redirection during login might lead to stop error 9f.
- Addresses issue that causes server-side performance regression and poor transfer rates for high-latency scenarios.
- Addresses issue where the Internet connection service (ICS) connections don't persist across OS restarts or ICS service restarts. You can also activate this solution using an optional EnableRebootPersistConnection registry key described in KB4055559.
Due to an issue with some versions of antivirus software, this fix only applies to the machines where the antivirus ISV has updated the ALLOW REGKEY.
The solution is as follows.
Contact your antivirus AV to confirm that its software is compatible and have set the following REGKEY on the machine
You can get this update using Windows Update in Settings.