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Win 1803. New message with Tuesday update

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by alanrf, 2018/06/13 at 10:51.

  1. 2018/06/13 at 10:51
    alanrf

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    Before installing KB4284835 there seems to be a new message, in red:

    Some settings are managed by your organization

    It still appeared when I visited the Updates panel to check the update history but in a further visit it had disappeared.


    Any idea what this means?

    Are there any hidden implications?

    Does this refer to the KB above or the regular KB890830 WMSRT update?
     
  2. 2018/06/13 at 11:51
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  4. 2018/06/14 at 06:52
    alanrf

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    But gpedit is not available in the Home edition.

    Odd that this issue has now occurred on two other separate computers running Win 10 Home edition. Is it a bug in the latest update?
     
  5. 2018/06/14 at 07:03
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  6. 2018/06/14 at 08:42
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    Agreed.

    However, two points.

    - It seems odd that when the update was applied, (three computers in total), at different times over the last couple of days an identical message was displayed. One of the computers is running Win 10 and the other two were long ago upgraded from Win 7 to Win 10.

    - The message appeared at the "Ready to Install" screen and then subsequently disappeared. That does, perhaps, rather suggest that the "issue", whatever that may be, has cleared itself. If it were a local, machine specific issue, I would have been inclined to agree with you, but as the same issue occurred on three separate boxes at widely different times, it tends to suggest a wider issue.


    There seems to be nothing amiss with any of the computers so perhaps it may be best to wait until the next update to check if the issue recurs. There may have been few reports of problems if the only problem was the message itself. If the restart was activated out-of-hours then I suspect few, if any, would have seen it. I am unclear as to which, if any, feature is affected and I suppose that is the only check that would give more insight.
     
  7. 2018/06/14 at 09:24
    Bill

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    It is odd, but I am assuming those 3 computers have something in common - connected to the same network, set up with common settings, have the same software installed, etc.

    Or are you saying these 3 computers have nothing in common, other than running W10?

    In any case, I have 6 W10 systems here and did not see that message. None of my clients or family have contacted me about it. And again, I don't see any other reports from any one else on these forums about it.
     
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  8. 2018/06/14 at 10:09
    alanrf

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    Like alanrf I see the message on 3 computers 2 of which (desktop & laptop) are running 1803 64 bit and a netbook running 1803 32 bit. It's appearance does not appear to be detrimental to the update process so I ignore it!

    Don't think that works - mine are set to 'Full'
     
  10. 2018/06/14 at 10:53
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    Glad I'm not alone!

    My settings are "Basic", yours are "Full", so it will be interesting to see what happens at the next update.
    Everything seems to be running fine anyway - so far so good.
     
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    Installed Gpedit on my desktop and set Windows Update as per Bill's links above - must now await the next update to see if the message has gone.
     
  12. 2018/06/14 at 17:26
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    I've just checked for updates and I'm up to date! Running W10 Pro 64bit.
    Version 1803 OS Build 17134.112. (this build was an "Insider" build installed on 10/05/2018 on my dedicated comp).
    Cumulative update KB4284835 was installed 14/06/2018.
    Cumulative update KB4100403 was installed 10/06/2018.
    Did not see any message as described above.
     
  13. 2018/06/14 at 17:50
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    I too received the message on my Windows 10 Home version just before the install began, I ignored it and update installed without problems and the message did not reappear.
     
  14. 2018/06/15 at 02:03
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    I get the message briefly while or after (I don't sit and watch) installing updates on my Toshiba LapTop running Windows 10 Home. As I understand it, it happens for updates that require a restart. When the computer has been restarted, it goes away. Maybe I made some changes to these settings that are not "default" but made by "my organization" (which is me, the currently logged in administrator).

    Do others have that message permanently?
     
  15. 2018/06/16 at 13:45
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    I too have this caption, clicking Fix "Some Settings are managed ….." results "Can't Securely Connect to this Page". An E-mail sent from Microsoft Outlook.com requesting me to fill a questionnaire on another matter, produced the same outcome "Can't Securely Connect to this Page". I contacted Microsoft regarding this, still awaiting a reply.
     
  16. 2018/06/16 at 19:51
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    Bobby, This appears to be bug and MS will fix it. Ignore the message and don't worry about it. Your computer will still work OK

    QUOTE]As I understand it, it happens for updates that require a restart. When the computer has been restarted, it goes away.[/QUOTE]

    You were probably typing your Post and din't read this Post from Christer.
     
  17. 2018/06/17 at 04:27
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    Neil, I agree in what you say, computer is working fine. Have you notice since the Win 10 update, that on inserting a USB stick in computer, in now automatically opens it showing contents. Not complaining, it saves me from doing so. Bobby.
    Notice in my case, that Malwarebytes is causing "Can't Securely Connect to this Page". Several sites that I know to be safe are being refused connection. Their Exclusions facility appears to have no effect.
     
    Last edited: 2018/06/17 at 05:52
  18. 2018/06/17 at 06:47
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    Bobby, Start > Settings > Devices > Autoplay > what are your settings set at?
     
  19. 2018/06/17 at 08:32
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    The Can't Securely Connect to this Page message can sometimes appear if you are trying to access a site that is not using secure technology to manage itself.


    For example, some sites having an address starting http: will generate this error

    However, if the sites you are trying to access have an address starting https: there should be no problems.

    Some sites manage to accept the http: prefix and silently redirect you to the https: version

    For example, if you try to connect to bbc.co.uk using the http: prefix it will connect you direct to the secure https: version


     
  20. 2018/06/17 at 12:51
    BobbyScot

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    Neil. AutoPlay [ ON ] [Open folder to view files (File Explorer)] Memory Card [Play video files (VideoLAN VLC media player) ] Related settings [Default app settings ].
     
  21. 2018/06/17 at 19:03
    retiredlearner

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    There's your answer. It's the way I have mine set. You plug in a drive - Explorer recognizes the drive - a Menu opens upper right asking what you want do with it or it opens to the Desktop.
     

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