Microsoft has recently rolled out new updates for Windows Server 2022 and Windows Server 2019 to address security vulnerabilities and various bugs. These updates are crucial as they are part of Microsoft’s June 2024 Patch Tuesday, including fixes for a total of 51 vulnerabilities.

Starting with the Windows Server 2019 KB5039217 update, it brings three key changes. Firstly, it addresses an issue with the curl.exe version in Windows, updating it to 8.7.1. Secondly, it fixes a bug causing the LSASS process to crash and servers to reboot after installing the April 2024 updates. Lastly, it resolves an issue where lsass.exe may stop responding or leak memory during LSARPC calls, with no reported known issues.

On the other hand, the Windows Server 2022 KB5039227 update includes the fixes from KB5039217 along with thirteen additional changes. These include enabling SMB over QUIC client certificate authentication, addressing search function issues in Outlook and OneNote when using Azure Virtual Desktop, fixing Windows Hello for Business authentication on certain apps with Web Access Management, resolving authentication issues for Microsoft Entra ID accounts, correcting UI errors in Microsoft Edge’s Internet Options Data Settings, fixing network failures in Storage Spaces Direct (S2D) and Remote Direct Memory Access (RDMA) setups, addressing Container status issues, preventing system resume failures after enabling BitLocker, fixing unsigned WDAC policies copying to the EFI disk partition, resolving failures with Enhanced Fast Reconnect when used with third-party RDP providers, fixing deadlock issues in Remote Desktop Session Host (RD Session Host) with multiple user logins, addressing dsamain.exe unresponsiveness during KCC evaluations, and preventing kernel stack overflows leading to premature VM shutdowns.

While the Windows Server 2019 update seems to have no known issues, users of Windows Server 2022 may still encounter 0x80070520 error messages when trying to change their profile picture.

For a detailed list of changes, users can refer to the Windows Server 2022 KB5039227 and Windows Server 2019 KB5039217 support bulletins. These updates are essential for maintaining the security and stability of Windows Server installations, ensuring a smoother and more reliable user experience.