[DISCUSSION] Windows 10 1903 'FINAL' Build 18362.xxx (PC) [19H1_Release]

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    #4704 SM03, Sep 11, 2019
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    Yes, it's been fixed now lately, (not immediately after the CU updated to v356 as I SSed earlier) from MS server side. Maybe those who ain't seeing this yet, need to wait for a little longer as its a server-side cosmetic change. IDK about yours, but I upgraded to 19H2 from 19H1 via the emblement package & before v356, it was on 18363.327, just FYI.
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  5. endbase

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    Yep same here now on 1909 :)
     
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    1909 is release preview or general public?, because i cannot update to that version without being a insider.
     
  7. SAM-R

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    19H2 is still part of the Insider Program. It is on both the Release Preview Ring (18363.356) & the Slow Ring (18362.10019). The 2 Rings will merge into 1 for Final Build. Insiders are due to get Final Build this Month & General Public in Oct.
     
  8. mokoko

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    But, If im correct, ReleasePreview ring actually does not include any feature, right? So if we really want 19H2, we have to use 100xx (Slow Ring).
     
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    Any new 19h2 18363.xxx LP (languagePack) and/or Features On Deman (FOD) released so far in uupdump? or in ISO format
     
  10. Enthousiast

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    1909 atm is just 18362.xxx + 1909 enablement package, it only bumps an 18362.xxx install to 18363.xxx. nothing more, nothing less.
     
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    Please also test dism scan & restore with it
     
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    Look like an old problem rising again....
    MS is really weird these days...
     
  16. Enthousiast

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    Those defender corruptions were always present (for a while now), but before they got repaired by the system file check.
     
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    #4720 Enthousiast, Sep 11, 2019
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