(Pictured) Windows 10 Gets March Non-Security Cumulative Update: Improved Compatibility Fix Print Crashes

Microsoft today released a new non-security cumulative update for Windows 10 feature updates that are still supported. These updates result in a number of fixes, including improved app and device compatibility with Windows updates, fixing crash errors when printing shared documents, and more.

(Pictured) Windows 10 Gets March Non-Security Cumulative Update: Improved Compatibility Fix Print Crashes

The Windows 10 October update (Version 1809) received a cumulative update of KB4541331, with the post-installation version number rising to Build 17763.1131. This non-security update has resulted in a number of quality improvements, including

Fixes an issue that caused an error when printing to the document repository.

Fixes a graphics issue with the Microsoft Foundation Class (MFC) toolbar while dragging in a multi-monitor environment.

Fixes an issue that prevents the touch keyboard from jumping out when you enter your password after getting a prompt during sign-in

Fixes an issue that causes new subwindows to blink and appear as white squares on server devices that are configured to make a sharp visual contrast.

Fixes an issue where incorrect folder properties are displayed in File Explorer when the path is longer than MAX_PATH.

Fixes an issue that causes calendar dates to appear incorrectly in the clock and date area of the notification area when you select the Samoa time zone.

Fixes an issue with the OpenEventLogA() function reading the log.

Fixes an issue that prevents credential-enabled computers from joining the domain. The error message is “The server’s clock is not synchronized with the clock of the primary domain controller.” “

Fixes an issue that can cause a delay of up to two minutes when you sign in or unlock a session on a computer that joins Hybrid Azure Active Directory.

Fixes an issue that causes authentication to fail when the user’s security identifier (SID) has changed using Azure Active Directory.

Fixed that could cause the domain controller (DC) to _MSDCS. Problems with registering lowercase and mixed or all capitalized domain name system (SRV) service (SRV) records in DNS zones. This occurs when a DC computer name contains one or more capital characters.

Fixes an issue that caused authentication to fail in the Azure Active Directory environment without errors.

Fixes an issue that causes high CPU usage when retrieving session objects.

Fixed the high latency of the globaldistributed data center where SQL might be located in the remote data center in the response time of the Active Directory Federation Service (AD FS).

Improved performance for all token requests incoming AD FS, including OAuth, Security Claims Tag Language (SAML), WS-Federation, and WS-Trust.

Fixes a high latency issue when aD FS front-end server and back-end SQL server are acquired for OAuth tokens in different data centers.

Restoring constructed properties for msDS-parentdistname in Active Directory and Active Directory Light Directory Services (AD LDS).

A fixed issue prevents users who do not have multifactor authentication (MFA) enabled from using SAML errors and losing access to third-party applications.

Fixes an issue that evaluates the compatibility status of the Windows ecosystem to help ensure the compatibility of all updated applications and devices in Windows.

Fixes an issue that prevents Microsoft User Experience Virtualization (UE-V) from setting roaming to enable signature files for new messages, forwarded messages, and replies.

Fixes an issue where CPU usage is too high on the AD FS server when the RefreshBackgroundEnabled feature is enabled.

Fixes an issue that uses incorrect SAM-Account-Type and Group-Type to create a storage copy administrator group. This makes the storage replica administrator group unavailable when you move the Primary Domain Controller (PDC) simulator.

Fixes an issue where some computers do not automatically enter sleep mode in some situations due to Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) Automatic Incident Response (IR).

Fixes an issue that prevents some computers from running Microsoft Defender ATP threats and vulnerability management successfully.

Improved support for non-ASCII file paths for Microsoft Defender ATP Auto IR.

Fixes an issue that causes a stop error 0xEF when upgrading to Windows 10 Version 1809 in some cases.

The Windows 10 April Update (Version 1803) received a cumulative update of KB4541333, with the post-installation version number rising to Build 17134.1399. This non-security update has resulted in a number of quality improvements, including

Fixes an issue that caused an error when printing to the document repository.

Fixes an issue that caused the KERNEL_SECURITY_CHECK_FAILURE (139) to stop the error when Windows recovered from Sleep and turned on some Bluetooth headsets.

Fixes an issue that can cause a delay of up to two minutes when you sign in or unlock a session on a computer that joins Hybrid Azure Active Directory.

Fixes an issue that caused authentication to fail in the Azure Active Directory environment without errors.

Fixes an issue that prevents credential-enabled computers from joining the domain. The error message is “The server’s clock is not synchronized with the clock of the primary domain controller.” “

Fixes an issue that evaluates the compatibility status of the Windows ecosystem to help ensure the compatibility of all updated applications and devices in Windows.

Fixes an issue that prevents Microsoft User Experience Virtualization (UE-V) from setting roaming to enable signature files for new messages, forwarded messages, and replies.

Fixes an issue where some computers do not automatically enter sleep mode in some situations due to Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) Automatic Incident Response (IR).

Fixes an issue that prevents some computers from running Microsoft Defender ATP threats and vulnerability management successfully.

Improved support for non-ASCII file paths for Microsoft Defender ATP Auto IR.

Windows 10 Version 1709 received a cumulative update of KB4541330, with the post-installation version number rising to Build 16299.1775. This non-security update has resulted in a number of quality improvements, including

Fixes an issue that caused File Explorer to shut down unexpectedly when using roaming profiles between different versions of Windows 10.

Fixes an issue that can cause a delay of up to two minutes when you sign in or unlock a session on a computer that joins Hybrid Azure Active Directory.

Fixes an issue that prevents credential-enabled computers from joining the domain. The error message is “The server’s clock is not synchronized with the clock of the primary domain controller.” “

Fixes an issue that evaluates the compatibility status of the Windows ecosystem to help ensure the compatibility of all updated applications and devices in Windows.

Fixes an issue that prevents Microsoft User Experience Virtualization (UE-V) from setting roaming to enable signature files for new messages, forwarded messages, and replies.

Fixes an issue that prevents some computers from running Microsoft Defender ATP threats and vulnerability management successfully.

Windows 10 Version 1607 received a cumulative update of KB4541329, with the installed version number rising to Build 14393.3595. This non-security update has resulted in a number of quality improvements, including

Fixed that could cause the domain controller (DC) to _MSDCS. Problems with registering lowercase and mixed or all capitalized domain name system (SRV) service (SRV) records in DNS zones. This occurs when a DC computer name contains one or more capital characters.

Fixes an issue that prevents credential-enabled computers from joining the domain. The error message is “The server’s clock is not synchronized with the clock of the primary domain controller.” “

Fixes an issue where running an application in RemoteApp may cause the application window to blink and DWM.exe might stop working on the session host.

Fixes an issue that evaluates the compatibility status of the Windows ecosystem to help ensure the compatibility of all updated applications and devices in Windows.

Fixes an issue that prevents Microsoft User Experience Virtualization (UE-V) from setting roaming to enable signature files for new messages, forwarded messages, and replies.

Fixes an issue where CPU usage on the Active Directory Federation Service (AD FS) server is overused when the RefreshBackgroundEnabled feature is enabled.