Microsoft re-released Windows 10 1809 October Update, Windows Server 2019 and Windows Server version 1809 on November 13 2018. Then Microsoft encourage you to wait until the feature update is offered to your device automatically. You can get summary of the current status of the October Update can be found below.
Note for Commercial Customers: November 13 marks the revised start of the servicing timeline for the Semi-Annual Channel (“Targeted”) release for Windows 10, version 1809, Windows Server 2019, and Windows Server, version 1809. Beginning with this release, all future feature updates of Windows 10 Enterprise and Education editions that release around September will have a 30-month servicing timeline.
Current status of Windows 1809, Windows Server 2019, and Windows Server 1809
Rollout Status as of December 17, 2018: Windows 10, version 1809, is now fully available for advanced users who manually select “Check for updates” via Windows Update. (Press Windows key + I > Update & Security > Check for updates).
|Date||Current Status||Affected Platforms||Details|
|December 6, 2018 4:45 PM PT||Resolved||
||Microsoft and Morphisec have identified an issue on devices that have installed Morphisec Protector or another application that uses the Morphisec Software Development Kit (SDK) including: Cisco AMP for Endpoints. These applications may impact customers’ ability to use the ‘Save As…’ dialog when saving documents in Microsoft Office applications. Saving of files is not impacted. (32-bit versions only)
Resolved: Morphisec and Cisco have released updated versions of their applications to address this issue. We recommend customers update to these minimum versions before attempting to attempting to upgrade to Windows 10, version 1809:
An upgrade block remains in place for earlier versions of the applications than those listed above.
|December 5, 2018 3:00 PM PT||Resolved||
||Mapped drives may fail to reconnect after starting and logging onto a Windows device.
Resolved: KB4469342 addresses the issue that may cause mapped drives to fail to reconnect after starting and logging onto a Windows device. This supersedes KB4471218 for workaround scripts to automatically reconnect a mapped network drive when you log on to the device.
|November 30, 2018 8:45 PM PT||Upgrade block in place||
||Microsoft has identified issues with certain new Intel display drivers. Intel inadvertently released versions of its display driver (versions 22.214.171.12444, 126.96.36.19945) to OEMs that accidentally turned on unsupported features in Windows.
After updating to Windows 10, version 1809, audio playback from a monitor or television connected to a PC via HDMI, USB-C, or a DisplayPort may not function correctly on devices with these drivers.
Next Steps: Microsoft is working with Intel to expire these display drivers, including coordinating with OEMs, and will provide an update on the resolution in an upcoming release.
Note: This Intel display driver issue is different from the Intel Smart Sound Technology driver (version 09.21.00.3755) audio issue previously documented.
|November 27, 2018 5:00 PM PT||Resolved||
|Apple has released an updated version of iCloud for Windows (version 7.8.1) that resolves compatibility issues encountered when updating or synching Shared Albums after updating to Windows 10, version 1809.
We recommend that you update your iCloud for Windows to version 7.8.1 when prompted before attempting to upgrade to Windows 10, version 1809. You can also manually download the latest version of iCloud for Windows at iCloud for Windows.
|November 16, 2018 4:15 PM PT||Upgrade block in place||
|After updating to Window 10 version 1809, F5 VPN clients may lose network connectivity when the VPN service is in a split tunnel configuration.
Workaround: To mitigate this issue, you can manually configure your systems to force all traffic through the VPN tunnel. For details on how to do this, see the F5 customer support guidance page.
Next Steps: Microsoft is working on a resolution and will provide an update in an upcoming release.
|November 14, 2018 6:00 PM PT||Upgrade block in place||
|Microsoft and Trend Micro have identified a compatibility issue with Trend Micro’s OfficeScan and Worry-Free Business Security software when attempting to update to Windows 10, version 1809.
To ensure a seamless update experience, we are blocking devices running the affected business endpoint security products from being offered Windows 10, version 1809, until a specific Trend Micro Critical Patch (CP) is applied.
|November 14, 2018 6:00 PM PT||Upgrade block in place||
||Note: AMD no longer supports Radeon HD2000 and HD4000 series graphic processor units (GPUs).
After updating to Window 10, version 1809, Microsoft Edge tabs may stop working when a device is configured with AMD Radeon HD2000 or HD4000 series video cards.
Customers may get the following error code: “INVALID_POINTER_READ_c0000005_atidxx64.dll”.
Some users may also experience performance issues with the lock screen or the ShellExperienceHost. (The lock screen hosts widgets, and the ShellExperienceHost is responsible for assorted shell functionality).
Workaround: To ensure a seamless update experience, we are blocking devices with AMD Radeon HD2000 and HD4000 series graphics processors from being offered Window 10, version 1809.
Next Steps: Microsoft is investigating this issue.
Note on upgrade blocks: Blocking the availability of a Windows 10 feature update to devices we know will experience issues is a key aspect of our controlled rollout approach to provide users with a great update experience. We decide what to block based on user impact from closely monitoring feedback and device diagnostics. Blocking issues are a high priority for us to address as quickly as possible. If we detect that your device may have an issue, such as an application incompatibility, we will not install the update until that issue is resolved, even if you “Check for updates”. We do this so that you avoid encountering any known problems.