Microsoft patches older versions of Windows 10 with a single fix

Microsoft has already released a slew of cumulative updates for Windows 10 in June, but there's still more on the way. Microsoft has rolled out a number of cumulative updates to those running the Windows 10 Creators Update or later, excluding the May 2019 Update. Like the updates released last week, these are optional and won't be installed automatically.

All of the updates come with the same fix for an issue that could prevent users from accessing Storage Area Network (SAN) devices using Internet Small Computer System Interface (iSCSI). The issue could also have caused an error in the System log section of Event Viewer with Event ID 43 from iScsiPrt with the description “Target failed to respond in time for a login request.” The problem cropped up after the updates released on May 28 of this year.

Depending on the version of Windows 10 you're running, you'll see different update numbers. Here's the list of updates rolling out for each version:

Aside from the single fix mentioned above, all of the above versions of Windows 10 have the same issues as listed in the release notes for last week's updates.

As mentioned above, these updates won't be installed automatically on your system. If you choose to ignore them, the fix will be included in next month's Patch Tuesday, which will likely include many other improvements.

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