Microsoft has released an out-of-band update to fix issues affecting OneDrive and OneDrive for Business customers on Windows 10 machines with the latest updates installed.
In a previous article, I mentioned the problems observed by many users with OneDrive following the installation of the update KB5018410 released on the occasion of Patch Tuesday of October 2022. Indeed, the client OneDrive could crash completelyrandomly, on Windows 10 machines where this update is installed.
Beyond these untimely crashes, Microsoft also mentioned problems when the user performs the following actions:
- Signing out or deleting your account in the Microsoft OneDrive sync app
- Unlink sites or folders to stop syncing them with your device (Microsoft SharePoint or Microsoft Teams sites)
- Uninstalling the OneDrive sync app may fail.
Several versions of Windows 10 are affected: Windows 10 version 22H2Windows 10 version 21H2Windows 10 version 21H1 et Windows 10, version 20H2. This is for OneDrive and OneDrive for Business customers.
The official patch from Microsoft: KB5020953
Microsoft had to provide a patch quickly, it’s now done! Indeed, this problem has been fixed by the American company through an out-of-band update associated with the following KB number: KB5020953. Since this is an update out-of-band, it won’t be released via Windows Update so you have to install it manually. However, you can import it into WSUS, MECM, etc. Depending on the tool you are using.
This update applies to the previously mentioned Windows 10 versions and you can download using the link below:
If you have one or more machines affected by this OneDrive bug, you know what you have to do… 😉
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