Windows Update bug blocks Azure Virtual Desktops security updates
Microsoft is functioning to deal with a recognized concern barring Azure Virtual Desktops tools from downloading and install downloading and also setting up current security updates by means of Windows Server Update Services (WSUS).
“We are investigating an issue where devices running Windows 10 Enterprise multi-session, version 1909 might not be able to download updates later than May 2021,” Microsoft says in the Windows Health Dashboard.
“This is observed in the Settings app under the Windows Update setting, which will display the message ‘You’re up to date’ even if no updates later than May 2021 have been installed.”
The recognized concern effects both customer (Windows 10 Enterprise multi-session, variation 1909) and also web server (Windows Server multi-session, variation 1909) systems.
Microsoft is presently servicing solving this bug and also will certainly update attending to the bug in an approaching Windows launch.
Until a solution is offered for this concern, Microsoft offers 2 workarounds that would certainly permit consumers to use month-to-month security updates on Azure Virtual Desktops systems from WSUS.
The initially one calls for releasing updated photos, consisting of all Azure Marketplace security updates to affected tools.
The 2nd strategy, required if photo redeployment is not a choice, needs you to download and install the security updates from the Microsoft Update Catalog and also mount them by hand on these tools.
“You can download these updates from the Microsoft Update Catalog as Microsoft Update (.msu) files and deploy them using your management solution,” Microsoft discusses.
“These downloads are Microsoft Update (.msu) files. You can now add these files to your endpoint management system and deploy to devices running Windows 10 Enterprise or Education, version 1909.”
Detailed directions on exactly how to redeploy photos and also by hand mount updates are offered in the KB5004926 assistance record.