Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by Enthousiast, Mar 20, 2019.
What Is 19H2 Suppose To Be?
The next official build (second half of 2019), no info available, yet.
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I have a simple question. Is en_windows_10_consumer_editions_version_1903_x64_dvd_b980e68c an official ISO (18362.30) or 18362.1 ? Also, is there an official iso from 18362.113 ?
this cant be official build...this is for devs to finish patching up the final bugs to roll out to consumers.
well, the iso itself is official.
yes, updated to 18362.113 now. One question: I used iso released by Wzor. SHA-1 Checksum posted here is matched. So, do iso are good to go?
There should be one more CU before it goes to general release. But OEMs already have 18362. Use this build and if you have no huge problems you're good to go.
What I meant is if the ISO I provided above is released by Microsoft.
However I need help. I installed 18362.30 and can't disable Windows Defender through Group Policy Editor even if I've disable Tamper Protection. Any tips? Thanks in advance.
18362.56 was fine until .113 came along yi o yi
Anyone who downloads & installs one of these MVS ISO's should get SSU windows10.0-kb4500109 & CU windows10.0-kb4497936 offered to them.
Brandon LeBlanc, Senior Program Manager at Microsoft on the Windows Insider Program Team in WDG, confirmed this cumulative update is being pushed to devices that aren’t running Windows 10 preview builds, but which have already been updated to the May 2019 Update
So many lines of explanation by BLB, only to say: "These updates are available for ALL 1903 users".
The .86 updates were publicly available, and the .113 updates are publicly available, even on catalog, for ALL 18362.xxx installs, do we really need BLB for that info?
I couldn't find ISO files... Only SVF...
english iso + pt svf's
@LostED, I couldn't find pt_windows_server.
Can someone upload pt_windows_server_version_1903_x64_dvd_9dda3b88.iso, please?
Use the SVF to create the desired ISO.
I understand, but no pt_windows_server ISO or SVF found