Windows 10, version 1909 and Windows Server, version 1909
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Current status as of May 11, 2021:
As of May 11, 2021, the Home and Pro editions of Windows 10, version 1909 and all editions of Windows Server, version 1909 have reached end of servicing. Devices running these editions will no longer receive monthly security and quality updates containing protections from the latest security threats. Education, Enterprise, and IoT Enterprise editions of Windows 10, version 1909 will reach end of servicing May 11, 2022.
As always, we recommend that you update your devices to the latest version of Windows 10 as soon as possible to ensure that you can take advantage of the latest features and advanced protections from the latest security threats. For information about servicing timelines and lifecycle, see the Windows 10 release information and Lifecycle FAQ - Windows.
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|Summary||Originating update||Status||Last updated|
|Printing and scanning might fail when these devices use smart-card authentication|
Non-compliant printers, scanners, and multifunction devices might fail to print when using smart-card authentication.
|OS Build 18363.1679|
|Azure Virtual Desktops may not be able to update via Windows Server Update Services|
Manual download and installation of security updates is available, and may be necessary.
|N/A ||Confirmed||2021-07-02 |
Printing and scanning might fail when these devices use smart-card authentication
|Status||Originating update||History||Confirmed||OS Build 18363.1679|
|Last updated: 2021-07-23, 15:32 PT
Opened: 2021-07-23, 14:36 PT
After installing updates released July 13, 2021 on domain controllers (DCs) in your environment, printers, scanners, and multifunction devices which are not compliant with section 3.2.1 of RFC 4556 spec, might fail to print when using smart-card (PIV) authentication.
Next steps: For more information on this issue, please see KB5005408 - Smart-card authentication might cause print and scan failures.
Azure Virtual Desktops may not be able to update via Windows Server Update Services
|Status||Originating update||History||Confirmed||N/A ||Last updated: 2021-07-02, 13:01 PT
Opened: 2021-07-02, 12:40 PT
We are investigating an issue where devices running Windows 10 Enterprise multi-session, version 1909 might not be able to download updates later than May 2021. This is observed in the Settings app under the Windows Update setting, which will display the message "You're up to date" even if no updates later than May 2021 have been installed.
Workaround: There are 2 alternatives to resolve this issue. As the latest images from the Azure Marketplace will be up-to-date with all of the security updates, redeployment of images to existing devices will solve this issue. If redeployment is not an option, security updates can still be installed manually on these devices, via downloads from the Microsoft Update Catalog. For instructions, please see KB5004926 and review the Workaround section.
Next steps: We are working on a resolution and will provide an update in an upcoming release.