Windows 11 KB5020044 fixes what it doesn't

Τώρα που πέρασε η περίοδος των εορτών, η Microsoft διόρθωσε επιτέλους αρκετά σφάλματα.

Χθες, η εταιρεία αντιμετώπισε προσωρινά ένα πρόβλημα με ένα SQL server driver που παρουσίαζε σφάλματα από τον Νοέμβριο και νωρίτερα σήμερα, η εταιρεία από το Redmond ανακοίνωσε επίσης ότι είχε επιδιορθώσει ένα πρόβλημα που σχετίζεται με τα provisioning packages (.ppkg files).

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Το συγκεκριμένο σφάλμα προκαλούσε προβλήματα στο OOBE (out of box experience) των Windows 11 22H2. Η επιδιόρθωση κυκλοφόρησε με την ενημέρωση KB5020044.

However, Microsoft has since discovered another issue related to provisioning, and it is causing application installs to fail.

So the company he says that elevated privileges may be required;

Using provisioning packages in Windows 11, version 22H2 (Windows 11 2022 Update) may not install all expected applications. Affected applications require elevated privileges to install (must be installed by administrators) and may not have sufficient rights during provisioning for installation. Provisioning packages are .PPKG files used to help set up devices for use on business or school networks. For more information about provisioning packages, see Provisioning packages for Windows. Note: Provisioning Windows devices that use Windows Autopilot are not affected by the issue.

Microsoft also says it is preparing a permanent fix and will release it in a future update. In the meantime, he also provided a temporary solution:

Solution: Any required applications that were not installed can be installed after provisioning is complete. The Best Technology Site in Greecefgns

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