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Windows 11: Optional update KB5011563 fixes several issues

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Microsoft has released the Optional Update KB5011563 for its Windows 11 operating system. This can be run manually via the Windows Update function. Even if it is an optional system update, the mentioned patch brings new functionality and many problem fixes with it. What’s new in version 22000.593 is that up to three high priority popup notifications are displayed at the same time. This feature is available for apps that send notifications for calls, reminders, or alerts using Windows notifications in the operating system. Up to four pop-up notifications can be displayed at the same time. Three high priority notifications and one normal priority notification.

Also fixed an issue where Universal Windows Platform (UWP) apps could crash after upgrading the operating system. Additionally, Microsoft fixed a bug that negatively affected the search indexer and prevented offline search from returning recent emails in Microsoft Outlook. Modern browsers are now also able to correctly display the HTML code generated by gpresult /h. Stop error (0xD1, DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL) in the DirectX kernel component is the date.

The update also adds support for Microsoft account pass-through scenarios in Azure Active Directory (AAD) Web Account Manager (WAM). With KB5011563, accessing SMB (Server Message Block) shares via an IP address is no longer an issue if SMB hardening is enabled. There have been problems here in the past. Also, there was an error preventing the User Account Control (UAC) dialog from displaying properly for the application requesting elevated privileges. The full changelog of the update can be found here here.

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