On March 19, Microsoft released KB4489894 Update Package for Windows 10 April 2018 Update (version 1803) and Windows Server 2016 (1803). After the upgrade, the Windows 10 build number changes to 17134.677
Microsoft has released cumulative update KB4489894 for Windows 10 version 1803 (April 2018 Update) based on x86, x64 (amd64), ARM64, and Windows Server 2016 (1803) processors for x64-based systems.
Installation via Windows Update
Cumulative update 4489894 for PC is installed manually through Windows Update. To test, go to the Options>Update and Security menu and click Check for Updates. To complete the installation, you will need to restart the computer. After the upgrade, the Windows 10 build number will change to 17134.677.
Installing and configuring Windows 10 updates
Download update KB4489894
You can also download the update from the Microsoft Update Catalog and install it manually using the link below (MSU Service Pack Installation):
Improvements and fixes KB4489894 (17134.677)
This update includes quality updates. New features of the system are not presented. List key changes :
- Fixed a problem in the Microsoft Access 97 database that caused the execution of the requested operation to be suspended due to custom properties of the table or column.
- The issue of downloading Microsoft Office updates from the Microsoft Store has been fixed.
- Updated time zone information for Buenos Aires (Argentina), Kazakhstan, and Sao Tome and Principe.
- Fixed a problem in Microsoft Office Visual Basic for Applications that blocked the use of Japanese-era parameters to display dates in Japanese format.
- Fixed the conflict with the use of gan-nen support for the Japanese era.
- Fixed the problem of periodic loss of device responsiveness when using the East Asian locale.
- Fixed a reliability issue that could lead to a situation where the laptop screen remained black when it came out of sleep mode, if the laptop cover was closed when disconnected from the docking station.
- Fixed a problem with the group policy “Turn off application notifications on the lock screen.”
- Fixed login issue with possible account blocking when using the App-V client to launch applications. This issue occurs because Kerberos authentication fails when trying to obtain user information from a domain name server (DNS). It is necessary to make changes to the registry:
- Parameter: UseDcForGetUserInfo
- Path: LOCAL_MACHINE \ SOFTWARE \ Microsoft \ AppV \ Shared \
- Type: REG_DWORD
- Value: a non-zero DWORD value will solve the problem
- Fixed a problem with the lock screen when users could not unlock the device if owners of several smart cards used it. A problem occurred while trying to use a workstation that was blocked by another user.
- Fixed an issue when the credential entry dialog did not appear when the corporate web server tried to connect to the Internet.
- Fixed an issue that caused a client or server to restart when trying to use a smart card for authorization, requesting a username prompt for a device connected to Azure Active Directory (AAD) using remote desktop management services.
- Fixed an issue that caused multiple entries for a device connected to the hybrid domain.
- Fixed an issue that caused the ALLOWCLSIDS policy to be removed from the XML policy file when running Add-SignerRule to control Windows Defender applications.
- Fixed an issue that prevented the launch of a virtual smart card when working with Citrix 7.15.2000 Workstation VDA software.
- Fixed user authentication problem due to Windows Account Manager (WAM) failure when using Trusted Platform Module (TPM).
- Fixed failing certificate renewal when using CERT_RENEWAL_PROP_ID with ICertPropertyRenewal interface.
- Added a new group policy setting called “Allow Windows to soft disconnect from the network”. This setting determines how to automatically disconnect the PC from the network when Windows detects that the computer should no longer be connected to the network. Available along the path: Computer Configuration> Administrative Templates> Network> Windows Connection Manager.
- When you turn on Windows, it will programmatically control how the computer is disconnected from the network (the disconnection will not be sudden).
- When the option is disabled, Windows will immediately disconnect the computer from the network.
- If not configured, soft shutdown software will be enabled by default.
- Fixed the cause of the error “Stop 0x133” in NTFS.sys.
- Fixed an issue that caused Windows to use DHCP with an expired lease period, if the rental period expired during the OS shutdown.
- Fixed a problem that could lead to the termination of the Virtual Machine Management Service (VMMS). This issue occurred when performing Live Migration using the Measure-VM cmdlet or any Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) metric query.
- Fixed an issue where the DeleteObject () object of the graphics device interface (GDI) caused the calling process to stop working when the following conditions were met:
- The calling process was a WOW64 process and processed memory addresses over 2 gigabytes.
- DeleteObject () was called in the device context that is compatible with the print device context.
- Ensure robust integration with Microsoft Cloud App Security (MCAS) to detect the use of cloud applications inside and outside the corporate network for Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) clients.
- Improved automatic analysis and recovery, including memory analysis for Windows Advanced Protector Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) clients.
- Fixed an issue that blocked the operation of the “Disable application notifications on the lock screen” policy.
- Fixed minor issues with unknown parameters in the DNS Extension Domain Name System (EDNS) for the Windows DNS server role.
If you installed previous updates, this time only new changes will be applied to the cumulative package.
You can download the file below:x64 download update
x86 download update
ARM64 download update