Current status as of September 26, 2023
Microsoft is delivering a new wave of continuous innovation to eligible Windows 11, version 22H2 devices with new experiences and AI capabilities. You can access these experiences as soon as they’re ready for your device by navigating to Settings > Windows Update and turning on the toggle to Get the latest updates as soon as they're available.
Note: To see the toggle, you must be using a Home or Pro device running Windows 11, version 22H2 with all the latest updates installed. The toggle won't be enabled for devices managed by an organization unless the IT department has enabled optional updates (including CFRs) using policy.
See open issues, issues resolved in the last 30 days, and information on safeguard holds.
|Summary||Originating update||Status||Last updated|
|Printer names and icons might be changed and HP Smart app automatically installs|
Devices which do not have access to the Microsoft Store are not expected to be affected by this issue.
|Desktop icons might move unexpectedly between monitors|
This issue is only observed if you are using more than one monitor when attempting to use Copilot in Windows.
|OS Build 22621.2361|
|BitLocker might incorrectly receive a 65000 error in MDMs|
"Requires Device Encryption" might incorrectly report as an error in some managed environments.
|Compatibility issues with Intel Smart Sound Technology drivers and Windows 11|
Windows 11 devices with the affected Intel SST driver might receive an error with a blue screen.
Find information on recently resolved issues for Windows 11, version 22H2.
|Summary||Originating update||Status||Date resolved|
|Devices with locale set to Croatia might not utilize the expected currency|
This can affect applications which retrieve the device's currency for purchases or other transactions
|Microsoft received reports about an “UNSUPPORTED_PROCESSOR” error|
We are investigating reports about an error with a blue screen after installing updates released on August 22, 2023.
|OS Build 22621.2215|
|Third-party UI customization apps might prevent the Start menu from opening|
Apps to change behaviors or UI in Windows 11 might cause issues with updates released July 22, 2023 or later.
|OS Build 22621.30000|
|You might receive an error with apphelp.dll from apps using DirectX|
Outdated Intel Graphics drivers might cause issues with certain apps.
|OS Build 22621.819|
|KB5012170 might fail to install and you might receive a 0x800f0922 error|
Security update for Secure Boot DBX might fail to install.
|OS Build 22621.372|
|Computing effective access might not show results|
You might be unable to view effective access and explorer.exe might continue to use CPU after closing the dialog.
|OS Build 22621.1702|
|WSUS might not offer updates to Windows 11, version 22H2|
Updates released February 14, 2023 might not be offered via WSUS to some client devices.
|Some apps might fail to playback, record, or capture video|
Apps and cameras using WVC1 codec might fail to function as expected.
|OS Build 22621.1928|
|When using Outlook, opening links in emails might display an error|
Office updates released July 11, 2023 introduce this behavior by design due to the new security protections
|"Local Security Authority protection is off." with persistent restart|
Once enabled, your Windows device might persistently notify you that it is vulnerable, and a restart is required.
This tutorial will show you how to enable or disable Local Security Authority (LSA) protection for all users in Windows 11. Core isolation is a security feature of Microsoft Windows that protects important core processes of Windows from malicious software by isolating them in memory. It does...
|Integrated camera might not work as expected on some Arm-based devices|
Starting May 23, 2023, some Arm-based devices might be unable to use the integrated webcam due to a driver issue.
|Microsoft Outlook and some apps might not open|
32-bit apps from Microsoft or third-parties might fail to open with certain security software installed.
|OS Build 22621.1848|
|Start menu, Windows Search and UWP apps might have issues opening|
Affected devices have apps installed which integrate with Windows, Microsoft Office, or Microsoft Outlook.
|Saving or copying files might intermittently fail|
You might receive an error or files might intermittently fail to save or copy, especially to network shares.
|Intermittent issues with speech recognition when using Chinese or Japanese|
This issue might also affect expressive input, and handwriting recognition.
|OS Build 22621.1344|
|Third-party UI customization apps might cause Windows to not start up|
Apps to change behaviors or UI in Windows 11 might cause issues with updates released February 28, 2022 or later.
|OS Build 22621.1344|
|Some apps might not be installed when using provisioning packages|
Apps requiring administrative privilege to install might not install when using .PPKG files.
|Connections may fail when using Remote Desktop Connection Brokers|
Remote Desktop Services collection, RemoteApp, and Desktop Connections are affected
|Conversion of text in certain languages might not work as expected|
Impacted languages include Japanese, Korean, and Chinese
|Application shortcuts might not work from the Start menu or other locations|
Errors might be observed when trying to run exe files. Changes to Microsoft Defender can help.
|Database connections using Microsoft ODBC SQL Server driver might fail.|
Apps using ODBC connections might fail to connect to databases.
|OS Build 22621.819|
|Provisioning packages might not work as expected|
Windows might only be partially configured, and the Out Of Box Experience might not finish or might restart.
|Direct Access might be unable to reconnect after your device has connectivity issues|
This issue might happen after losing network connectivity or transitioning between Wi-Fi networks or access points.
|OS Build 22621.675|
|Task Manager might not display in expected colors|
Task Manager should function as expected but some parts of the UI might not be readable.
|OS Build 22621.900|
|Lower than expected performance in some games|
Some games and apps might inadvertently enable GPU performance debugging features, which might lower performance.
|Changing IME input modes might cause applications to become unresponsive|
Keyboard shortcuts might cause a limited set of applications to stop responding
Some installed printers might only allow default settings
Some printers might not have all features available, such as color, 2-sided printing, or high res.
Sign in failures and other issues related to Kerberos authentication
After installing updates released November 2022, you might have Kerberos authentication issues.
|OS Build 22621.819|