Windows 10 June 2020 updates cause forced reboots, LSASS crashes

You might want to weigh up the security fixes in this release with the potential to cause problems…:

[…] Microsoft has not yet formally acknowledged this issue (no new support document has been published or new known issues have been added to the Windows 10 health dashboard so far) and an official fix for this problem is not yet available.

However, as the company explains, Redmond’s developers are working on a resolution to be provided to affected customers as part of an upcoming release.

While an official fix for this is not available, users who can’t use their devices because of LSASS continuously failing can get rid of the issue by uninstalling the June 2020 cumulative updates.

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