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Old 10-10-18, 06:17
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Finally 're-did' Windows Update 1809 yesterday. Happily no problems.
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:What's the build number of that (revised) version?

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Have now seen the root cause of the Split good and bad installations, It was a preset internal permissions Flag setting called KFR
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Or in

https://blogs.windows.com/windowsexp...dows-insiders/

It seems it has now been released to the update channel as it is unfortunately sitting ion my machine waiting to install.
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Or in

https://blogs.windows.com/windowsexp...dows-insiders/

It seems it has now been released to the update channel as it is unfortunately sitting ion my machine waiting to install.
Sorry but when it installed it was for version 1803.17134.345 not 1809
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:What's the build number of that (revised) version?

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Have now seen the root cause of the Split good and bad installations, It was a preset internal permissions Flag setting called KFR
Background details shown in this
article : https://www.pcworld.com/article/3312...d-folders.html
Thanks for that explanation.
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Old 10-10-18, 23:09
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More info in this article from The Register:

Microsoft deletes deleterious file deletion bug from Windows 10 October 2018 Update The Register
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Let's try that one again, says Redmond, after last week's operating system build misread timestamps

The world now knows why last week's Microsoft Windows 10 upgrade deleted unlucky users' files: the software treated the default user directory as ripe for destruction, because it thought the files were elsewhere. The upgrade has since been pulled.
This article gives a link to another one by John Cable, Microsoft Windows Blogs, here:

Updated version of Windows 10 October 2018 Update released to Windows Insiders - Windows Experience BlogWindows Experience Blog

It explains how KFR is involved in the update problem.
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