The consequence of this problem would be the disappearance of the digital certificates that were already installed on the device. This error in the certificates can be a big headache for many users.
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Remember that getting these certificates in some countries like Spain is not an easy process. To get them we must fill out an application by mail and visit one of the public administration offices to verify our identity. After a while, this download permission is lost and it is necessary to do the whole process again.
Microsoft ensures that there are several preconditions that must be met for the certificate issue to arise after the update: ” Devices will only be affected if they have already installed the latest cumulative update (LCU) released on September 16, 2020, or later and they then proceed to upgrade to a later version of Windows 10 from the media or an installation source that does not have an LCU released October 13, 2020, or later embedded. ”
By the term LCU, they refer to the non-optional security update that Microsoft releases on the second Tuesday of each month, known as Patch Tuesday. Microsoft states that it is working on a solution and that a new update or patch will be released in the coming weeks to solve the problem.
Meanwhile, it proposes to affected users as a temporary solution to return to the previous version of Windows within the uninstallation period of 10 to 30 days, as explained on its support website. The affected versions are 20H2, 2004, 1909, and 1903, as well as their corresponding server versions.