Windows 10 20H2 fixes OneDrive Files On-Demand bug

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  • Microsoft has released the second Windows 10 20H2 insider preview build to the Beta Channel (formerly Slow Ring).
  • The latest Windows 10 20H2 in the Beta Channel resolves multiple issues, including a Windows 10 2004 OneDrive access bug.
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20H2 build 19042.388

Microsoft has released the second Windows 10 20H2 insider preview build to the Beta Channel (formerly Slow Ring).

Build 19042.388 is somewhat a cumulative update (KB4565503) that brings multiple bug fixes. It bears no feature improvements or updates though.

Windows 10 20H2 build 19042.388 solves a OneDrive issue

Last week, Microsoft acknowledged a OneDrive access issue affecting Windows 10 2004 users.

Particularly, the bug prevented OneDrive users from using the Files-On Demand feature. Similarly, it was impossible for these users to access synced files on Windows 10.

The issue, which Microsoft attributes to legacy file system drivers on older machines or devices with legacy applications, is no more.

We fixed an issue that might prevent you from connecting to OneDrive using the OneDrive app. This issue occurs on some older devices or on devices that have older apps, which use legacy file system filter drivers. As a result, this might prevent these devices from downloading new files or opening previously synced or downloaded files.

The latest Windows 10 20H2 in the Beta Channel resolves these other issues:

  • Inability for Server Core platforms users to modify the system locale using PowerShell.
  • Visual issues with certain games and apps during resizing in windowed mode or changing to window mode from full screen.
  • Error code c0000008 associated with the failure of the Local Security Authority Subsystem Service (LSASS), which is essential to the Windows 10 log-in process. Microsoft had linked the bug to some of the June 9, 2020 Patch Tuesday updates.
  • Inability for some apps to print documents with graphics or large files. Some of the June 9, 2020 updates caused the problem, according to Microsoft.
  • Windows 10 20H2 build 19042.388 also brings security updates for multiple applications and platforms, including Windows App Platform.

With Microsoft adopting a new naming convention for its prerelease versions of Windows, we know that 20H2 represents an upcoming release between June and December this year.

In other news, the July 14, 2020 Patch Tuesday security fixes are available for download right now.

Have you downloaded Windows 10 20H2 build 19042.388 yet? If there are any issues, please let us know via the comments section below.