Microsoft has provided their updated list of improvements going forward, where they have incorporated some key issues into the Health Dashboard. One of them has now presented a fix for Kerberos Authentication, Saturday (19/11).
This November, Microsoft is providing many improvements through an update for Insider Program users. But that's not all, this month Microsoft also received and has entered some information regarding their problematic system, there are quite a lot of reports they have received regarding this issue.
Yesterday, they provided an update from NVIDIA via Windows Update by releasing an update for drivers. It aims to solve the problem of GPU Disk Usage having a problem that causes Task Manager to be unable to read storage usage correctly.
In addition, another problem that is now included in the Health Dashboard in Windows 11 is the Kerberos Authentication problem which experiences a number of problems. This problem is increasingly felt by users, because it is not only happening for those Windows 11 users but also Windows 10 users.
Because indeed, in this November update, Microsoft is recorded to have provided updates for both versions of the operating system, namely Windows 10 and Windows 11, of course it becomes interesting because Microsoft still provides security system support in Windows 10.
Regarding the annoying issue in both versions of this operating system, Microsoft has today officially released an OOB update to fix this problem. Microsoft also added that they have designed this through their servers, so that users do not have to do additional activities to fix the problem.
"You do not need to apply any previous update before installing these cumulative updates. If you have already installed updates released November 8, 2022, you do not need to uninstall the affected updates before installing any later updates including the updates listed above." Write Microsoft through the company's official website.
Through this OOB Update, it will be easier for users to use the authentication feature again without the need to fiddle with the Windows 10 and Windows 11 systems. Microsoft has provided this fix directly from via the company's server side. Interesting isn't it? Write your opinion in the comment section below!