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AND... with it comes a new Cumulative update KB3135173
Which will bring your build number up to 10586.104
From what I've been reading it appears to address a lot of fixes, but......
Then we've heard that all before.

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So I went from 10586.79 and survived without issue. Evidently installing the update that wasn't didn't have any effect on this subsequent update.
 
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WU keeps trying to give me an update I already have and another I have no programs for.
 

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for Enterprise customers I guess
Pretty sure that is correct.
The difference between LTSB (Long Term Servicing Branch) and CB (Current Branch) I think, they get the cumulative updates but didn't get the November 1511 upgrade.
 
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And there are details of what is in the release

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-10/update-history-windows-10


Interesting that 10240 is being maintained separately...for Enterprise customers I guess
I am glad to hear about the first fix in the version 1511 list: Fixed issues with authentication, update installation, and operating system installation.
Specifically, the update installation fix. I know the installation went without a hitch for me (so far).
 

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Well... just downloaded the newest offering and had a few burps and farts upon restart with task bar icons failing to appear as well as the "windows" start button not responding at all.It also took about 5 minutes for what I'm assuming in layman's terms load all the goodies and catch-up ie: sound icon showed off but there was sound,wireless icon showed no connection when I was connected.I sat back and let things sort themselves out and alas all is fine now..I hope!
 
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I received update KB3135173 today and my update history shows it was successfully installed twice the restart took nearly 15 minutes to do any explanations gratefully excepted
 

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That seems to be going around lately.
Have you tried going to Control Panel, Programs and Features, and selecting it and then use should have a repair option by right clicking or using the "Change" button.
Some people have been reporting that it has helped.
 
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Here is my update history...LOL
I've seen that myself, and with automatic updates, you can't stop it from re-downloading again, again, and again.

And as for any downloadable tools that maybe available. I wonder how bothered the 200 billion users are going to be about downloading that for a fix. I'm sure as hell not thinking about it for myself. If there is a fix MS can integrate it into the GUI.
 
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That seems to be going around lately.
Have you tried going to Control Panel, Programs and Features, and selecting it and then use should have a repair option by right clicking or using the "Change" button.
Some people have been reporting that it has helped.
That is how I finally stopped it,
 

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