KB5022286 is a cumulative update that has been released for Windows 10 version 1809 and Windows Server 2019. We look at the details of KB5022286 for Windows 10 version 1809.
For Windows Server 2019, we have already shared detailed information on this page.
Salient points about KB5022286 for Windows 10 version 1809
- KB5022286 is a cumulative update for Windows 10 version 1809. It is available for 32-bit systems, x64, and ARM64 system architecture.
- KB5022286 supersedes KB5021237 cumulative update for Windows 10 version 1809. It was released on 13th December under December month’s ‘Patch Tuesday’ program.
- KB5022286 also contains all changes that are part of the OOB update (out-of-bound) KB5022554. If the OOB update has not been deployed yet, you can skip it. Install KB5022286 directly on the Windows 10 1809 systems.
- For manual deployment of KB5022286 on Windows 10 version 1809, you will also need to apply the Servicing Stack update KB5005112. The SSU should be deployed prior to deploying KB5022286 on Windows 10 version 1809.
- We have shared direct download links of the offline installer files for the Servicing Stack update and the cumulative update for January 2023.
Download KB5022286 for Windows 10 version 1809
The direct download links for the offline installer files for KB5022286 for Windows 10 version 1809 are shared below. The links also contain direct reference links for the Servicing Stack update KB5005112.
|Cumulative update/Servicing Stack update||Download update||Size of the update|
|KB5005112 – Servicing Stack Update for x86||Download KB5005112 x86||6.2 MB|
|KB5005112 – Servicing Stack Update for x64||Download KB5005112 x64||13.8 MB|
|KB5005112 – Servicing Stack Update for ARM64||Download KB5005112 ARM64||17.1 MB|
|KB5022286 – Cumulative Update for x86||Download KB5022286 x86||324.9 MB|
|KB5022286 – Cumulative Update for x64||Download KB5022286 x64||596.5 MB|
|KB5022286 – Cumulative Update for x86 for ARM64||Download KB5022286 ARM64||638.6 MB|
The offline files can also be downloaded from the Microsoft update catalog pages for the respective updates as given below:
- Download KB5005112 from the Microsoft update catalog
- Download KB5022286 from the Microsoft update catalog
You may want to be careful in downloading files that correspond to the correct system architecture of your system.
You can also install KB5022286 on Windows 10 version 1809 through any of these automated methods:
- Windows Update
- Windows Update for Business
- WSUS or Windows Server Update Services
When you choose direct deployment through one of the automated methods, the Servicing Stack update will be applied automatically as part of the complete update process. No separate installation of SSU is needed for automated installation of KB5022286.
Changelog – KB5022286 for Windows 10 version 1809
The following issue fixes and improvements have been reported for KB5022286 for Windows 10 version 1809:
- This update provides the Quick Assist application for your client device.
- This update addresses an issue that might affect authentication. It might fail after you set the higher 16-bits of the msds-SupportedEncryptionTypes attribute. This issue might occur if you do not set the encryption types or you disable the RC4 encryption type on the domain.
- This update addresses an issue that affects cluster name objects (CNO) or virtual computer objects (VCO). Password reset fails. The error message is, “There was an error resetting the AD password… // 0x80070005”.
- This update addresses an issue that affects Microsoft Defender for Endpoint. Automated investigation blocks live response investigations.
- This update addresses a known issue that affects apps that use Microsoft Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) SQL Server Driver (sqlsrv32.dll) to connect to databases. The connection might fail. You might also receive an error in the app, or you might receive an error from the SQL Server.
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