Windows 11 released KB5011563 update: fixing a lot of bugs
March 29th - Windows 11 KB5011563 (Inside Bulid 22000.593) is finally starting to roll out to users outside of the company's beta channel. This release comes with some new features and some minor improvements.
You can try the new optional patch via Windows Update or download the offline installer for KB5011563, which is an optional update that will only install when you click "Get Updates".
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Unlike last month's update, this optional update for March 2022 doesn't bring a lot of new features, so just wait for the next release if you don't want to download it.
Windows 11 KB5011563 improvements and fixes:
- Fixed a memory leak in wmipicmp.dll.
- Resolved an issue with execution policy settings.
- Solved the problem that web browsers (e.g. Edge) do not render HTML generated by gpresult/h correctly.
- Resolved an issue with AppLocker's PowerShell test not working with "Access Denied" errors.
- Resolved an issue where Kerberos.dll may stop working in the Local Security Agency Subsystem Service (LSASS).
Added support for Microsoft Account (MSA) Direct in Azure Active Directory (AAD) Web Account Manager (WAM).
Microsoft has fixed an issue where the User Account Control (UAC) dialog box did not properly display the application requesting elevated privileges.
Microsoft has fixed an issue where Microsoft OneDrive files could lose focus when renaming and pressing Enter.
In Windows 11 Build KB5011563, Microsoft has officially enabled desktop watermarks on desktops that fail to meet the official system requirements of the operating system, (bottom right corner of the desktop, below the activation error).
Anyone who has installed Windows 11 on a machine that is not officially supported will see the watermark on the desktop, which says "System requirements not met", and then a link to learn more about it.