Windows 10 printing issues fixed by July Patch Tuesday update
Microsoft has actually attended to the Windows 10 printing issues created by modifications presented in the June 2021 collective update sneak peek with an update released throughout this month’s Patch Tuesday.
After launching the KB5004760 and also KB5004945 protection updates on July 7 to deal with the proactively manipulated PrintNightmare susceptability, Microsoft recognized customer records stating they might no more utilize their USB Zebra and also Dymo tag and also invoice printers.
While individuals pinned the issues on the PrintNightmare patch, Microsoft revealed that the troubles are “unrelated to (*10 *) or CVE-2021-1675,” and also were the outcome of June 2021 collective update sneak peek modifications.
To deal with the printing issues, Microsoft launched an emergency situation solution for Windows 10 2004, Windows 10 20H2, and also Windows 10 21H1 on July 9, rolling it out using the Known Issue Rollback (KIR) function.
Redmond likewise included that “for enterprise-managed tools that have actually set up an impacted update and also experienced this concern, it can be settled by setting up and also setting up a unique Group Policy“
Separate update pressed to deal with printing troubles
To offer a solution for consumers that do not desire or can not utilize KIR to deal with these printing troubles, Microsoft likewise launched the KB5004237 update as component of the July 2021 Patch Tuesday.
“This issue was resolved in KB5004237, released July 13, 2021. If you are using an update released before July 13, 2021, you can resolve this issue using Known Issue Rollback (KIR),” Microsoft said in a brand-new update to the Windows launch wellness control panel
“This issue affects various brands and models, but primarily receipt or label printers that connect using a USB port. After installing this update, you do not need to use a Known Issue Rollback (KIR) or a special Group Policy to resolve this issue.”
Customers likewise ran into printing issues in March after setting up the March 2021 Patch Tuesday updates. Users reported that Windows 10 would certainly collapse when printing or print work would certainly be missing out on graphics aspects, empty web pages, or various other issues.
To deal with these issues, Microsoft launched 2 out-of-band emergency situation updates for Windows 10 one week later on: KB5001567 on March 15 to deal with the accidents and also KB5001649 on March 18 to deal with the printing issues.