Microsoft has simply launched previews of three new updates, which seemingly repair a number of connectivity points plaguing some Home windows variations after the final cumulative replace.
As reported by BleepingComputer, the corporate printed three cumulative updates for the month, one for Home windows 11 (KB5014668), one for Home windows Server 2022 (KB5014665), and one for Home windows 10, 1809 (KB5014669).
Among the many ordinary bug fixes and efficiency tweaks, these updates additionally tackle the problems reported earlier this week concerning Wi-Fi hotspots. Final week, Microsoft defined how an earlier patch broke the characteristic.
“When making an attempt to make use of the hotspot characteristic, the host gadget would possibly lose the connection to the web after a consumer gadget connects,” Microsoft stated.
The repair is nice information for these affected by the flaw, however in the interim, solely these three variations of the OS resolve the problem. In the meantime, folks utilizing Home windows 10 aside from 1809, Home windows 8.1, or Home windows 7 SP1 must wait a bit longer (in all probability till the following Patch Tuesday).
VPN points mounted too?
On June 14, Microsoft launched KB5014697, a cumulative replace that addresses plenty of recognized Home windows points. Nevertheless, the patch additionally launched new flaws, specifically points with the sign-in course of for Azure Lively Listing, in addition to Microsoft 365 on Arm gadgets (apart from the Wi-Fi hotspot problem).
Based on the Bleeping Laptop, Microsoft nonetheless hasn’t acknowledged VPN (opens in new tab) and RDP connection points which are plaguing RRAS servers following the June Home windows Server updates. What’s extra, folks have additionally began reporting points with LLTP/SSTP VPN purchasers, in addition to RDP failing to attach.
Among the many extra troubling issues is servers (opens in new tab) merely freezing for minutes, after a consumer connects to the RRAS server with SSTP. Microsoft’s answer to the issue, as the corporate informed the publication, is to quickly disable the NAT characteristic on RRAS servers.
Nevertheless, some admins are reporting that the most recent raft of preview updates resolve these VPN-related issues too, which suggests a widespread repair for all Home windows working methods might be imminent.
By way of BleepingComputer (opens in new tab)