Windows 11 Build 22000.282 is now available to download for Insiders in the Fast Ring. The update includes fixes to the Beta and Release Preview channels, as well as a few other improvements.
Windows 11 Build 22000.282 has been released and it brings fixes to the Beta and RP Channels. Read more in detail here: windows 11 minimum requirements.
Insiders in the Beta and Release Preview channels will get a new Insider Preview Build 22000.282. It’s a cumulative update that may be downloaded through Windows Update. It also includes a long number of repairs and enhancements.
The following modifications are revealed in the official statement.
What’s new in Build 22000.282 of Windows 11?
- After updating to Windows 11, we addressed an L3 cache problem that may impact performance in certain apps on devices with AMD Ryzen CPUs (original release).
- After upgrading to Windows 11, we addressed an issue that prevented the Start menu from functioning and prevented you from seeing the new taskbar design (original release).
- We addressed a race situation that may produce a stop error during the early stages of initialization.
- On some system setups that utilize non-ASCII text in the registry, we addressed a bug that may produce stop error 0x38.
- We addressed an issue with some processors’ interrupt handling that may cause devices to cease responding.
- We addressed a bug in PowerShell that caused it to generate an unlimited number of child folders. When you use the PowerShell Transfer-Item command to move a directory to one of its children, you’ll run into this problem. As a consequence, the system’s volume fills up and stops responding.
- The Server Manager program no longer disappears when you use it to deactivate Hyper-V functionality, thanks to a patch. This problem arises when you use Remote Server Administration Tools to install Server Manager on Windows 11 (original version) clients (RSAT).
- We addressed a threading problem that may have caused the Windows Remote Management (WinRM) service to cease functioning when it was overloaded.
- We addressed a problem that caused the Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) provider host process to fail. When utilizing the Desired State Configuration, this happens due of an unhandled access violation (DSC).
- When you forcefully shut down a device while a Group Policy is being changed, it stops responding. We solved this problem.
- We addressed a bug that prevented file migration across Distributed File System (DFS) paths on separate volumes from failing. When you utilize PowerShell scripts that use the Move-Item command to accomplish the migration, you’ll run into this problem.
- After a low memory situation arises, we addressed an issue that prevented you from writing to a WMI repository.
- We addressed a problem in the PowerShell shortcut file with a hardcoded font that distorted Japanese, Chinese, and Korean language fonts. For all newly created users on the computer, this upgrade resolved the problem. Existing users may access PowerShell by using the C:UsersDefaultAppDataRoamingMicrosoftWindowsStart MenuProgramsWindows PowerShellWindows PowerShell.lnk file. Existing users may also create a shortcut to this file on their desktop and use it to launch PowerShell.
- When milliseconds are omitted from events, we solved a problem with parsing time formats.
- We addressed an issue that caused certain Enhanced Metafile Format (EMF) files to be rendered improperly. This problem arises when you use ExtCreatePen() and ExtCreateFontIndirect() in third-party programs to create EMF files ().
- In Microsoft Edge Internet Explorer mode, we gave administrators the option of restoring the default zoom for HTML dialogs.
- Enterprise Mode Site List redirection from Internet Explorer 11 to Microsoft Edge was solved. The redirection opens a webpage in several tabs in Microsoft Edge in specific situations.
- We addressed an issue that caused Internet Explorer to crash when certain characters were entered into the Input Method Editor (IME).
- In JScript9.dll, we solved a problem with PropertyGet.
- When using nested classes in VBScript, there was a memory leak that was repaired.
- We addressed an issue where the NumLock state was not kept after a Fast Startup restart.
- We addressed a bug that prevented you from moving some app windows. If a File Explorer window is displayed on the screen, moving these app windows may be abnormally sluggish.
- We addressed an issue that caused the Mail app to stop receiving keyboard input in the address and subject fields on occasion.
- We solved a bug in the UI for renaming files in File Explorer’s folder view. Using the new Japanese IME, the UI fails to correctly handle inline composition.
- We addressed an issue where using App-V caused black screens to display occasionally while logging in on the credentials page.
- We solved a problem with an internet print server that didn’t correctly package changed printer settings before delivering them to the client.
- For the following registry value (for more details, check KB5005010), we built a Group Policy setting:
HKLMSoftwarePoliciesMicrosoftWindows NTPrintersPointAndPrint HKLMSoftwarePoliciesMicrosoftWindows NTPrintersPointAndPrint HKLMSoftwarePoliciesMicrosoftWindows
RestrictDriverInstallationToAdministrators is the name of the value.
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- We’ve addressed an issue that was preventing Xbox Game Bar recording capabilities from working.
- We addressed an issue that may have caused audio recorded by voice assistants to be distorted.
- We addressed an issue in lsass.exe that caused a memory leak if the pTokenPrivileges buffer was not released.
- Within the Local Security Authority Subsystem Service, we addressed an issue that may cause Kerberos.dll to cease functioning (LSASS). When LSASS handles several Service for User (S4U) user-to-user (U2U) requests for the same client user, this happens.
- The UxSF pool tag had a non-paged pool (NPP) leak, which we rectified. When lsass.exe stops processing asynchronous Security Support Provider Interface (SSPI) calls, a leak occurs.
- We addressed an issue that prevented you from activating BitLocker on a virtual machine that was thinly provisioned (VM). “A device connected to the system is not working,” says the error, and “STATUS UNSUCCESSFUL” appears in the system logs.
- We enhanced MsSense.exe’s performance in situations where high-bandwidth User Datagram Protocol (UDP) applications are used.
- We addressed a bug in Windows Defender Exploit Protection that prevented certain Microsoft Office programs from running on certain CPUs.
- Quick Assist now supports Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) users.
- After starting a remote help session, we addressed an issue that prevented Quick Assist users from utilizing full screen view.
- Set-RDSessionCollectionConfiguration no longer fails to set the camerastoredirect:s:value custom property.
- In the RemoteApp situation, we addressed an IME mode instability. This update must be installed on both the Remote Desktop server and the Remote Desktop client.
- The IME toolbar now appears even when the RemoteApp is closed, thanks to a patch.
- In explorer.exe, we corrected a paged pool memory leak of the registry keys for the Virtual Desktop ID.
- While utilizing the desert theme, we made minor changes to the contrast theme colors, such as making hyperlinks more visible when hovered over.
- In certain instances, we addressed an issue that prevented Narrator and other screen readers from notifying while the Start menu is open.
- We addressed an issue where efforts to search using the taskbar or File Explorer fail if the search index is corrupted in certain circumstances.
- A bug that prevented the search window from displaying on a secondary monitor has been addressed.
- When mapping a network drive, we addressed an issue that caused the File Explorer window to lose focus.
- When you set up slideshow, we addressed an issue that caused the lock screen to look dark on occasion.
- We addressed a problem with LogonUI.exe that caused the network status text on the credentials page to be displayed incorrectly.
- We addressed an issue that prevented you from using Shift and clicking on the program’s icon on the taskbar to launch multiple instances of the same app.
- The Chat icon on the taskbar has had its graphic style and animations changed.
- When closing down or resuming if no other users are logged in, we eliminated the warning about losing other people’s unsaved work.
- When you set the policy “Delete user profiles older than a specified number of days on system restart,” we addressed an issue that might arise. If a user has been logged in for longer than the policy allows, the device may remove profiles upon startup without warning.
- Under some conditions, we addressed a problem where the Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) service fails to establish a connection or loses an RDP connection immediately.
- We addressed a problem that may have caused input delays for certain Bluetooth mice and keyboards.
- After a video driver update, we addressed a problem that prevented the Start menu from appearing.
- When the predictions for downtime are at least two minutes or more, we enhanced the accuracy of the estimations.
- We addressed a memory leak in the domain controller of the Local Security Authority Subsystem Service (LSASS) that was detected in Privileged Access Management (PAM) installations.
- When the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) bind cache is full and the LDAP client library gets a referral, a problem arises.
- We addressed a problem with Adamsync.exe that prevented big Active Directory subtrees from synchronizing.
- When Offline Files are enabled, an issue that causes a deadlock has been resolved. As a consequence, CscEnpDereferenceEntryInternal is in possession of both parent and child locks.
- We introduced the possibility to set IP addresses that are delimited by a period or a dot (.). In the following Group Policy settings, we replaced interchangeably with fully qualified host names:
If you’re using the Windows 11 Beta or Release Preview, go to the Settings program (Win + I), choose Windows Update, and then the Check for Updates option.
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Windows 11 Build 22000.282 brings fixes to the Beta and RP Channels. The dev channel is the version of Windows that is tested by Microsoft before it goes live, while the beta channel is a test version that can be downloaded from Microsoft’s website. Reference: dev channel vs beta channel windows 11.
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