An additional update KB5011563 has been released with many fixes. Here is the link to download the offline installer for KB5011563 for Windows 11.
The installer is available for download here.
On the right side of the queue Microsoft has released a new update, KB5011563, for all Windows 11 users. As is the trend these days, KB5011563 is an optional update. This means that the update will not be installed automatically. Instead, you must manually download and install KB5011563 from the Windows Update page in the Settings app or from the offline installer. In fact, this update includes a new feature that was recently added to Windows 10. This is the ability to view up to three high priority toast notifications at the same time. While it sounds small, this is quite a useful feature for those who customize and enable only high priority notifications.
Fixes and improvements in KB5011563 include, but are not limited to, SystemSettings: exe, Search Indexer, Group Policy, Application Locker, Remote Desktop Service, Powershell Execution Policy, RegistryExecution Policies, Driver Issues, Kernel Issues, Event Logs, User Access Control, SMB Servers, NetBIOS, DNS Active Directory, etc.
This is an optional update that must be installed manually, but is recommended if possible.It is recommended that you install it if possible. This will resolve any system issues. If you are interested, the same update and all new features, fixes and improvements will be included in future cumulative updates. As you know, regular installation of cumulative updates is mandatory for Windows 11.
To install the KB5011563 update, open the Windows 11 Settings app, go to the Windows Update page, and click the Check for Updates button. If the update is available, it will be displayed. Click the Download and Install button. This action will download and install KB5011563 for Windows 11. You can also download KB5011563 from the link below and install it offline. The offline installer is useful for installing Windows updates on offline machines, computers with limited networking, and computers that have problems with automatic Windows updates.
Download the KB5011563 Offline Installer
The KB5011563 update is available as an offline installer from the Microsoft Update Catalog website.
Go to on this web page, find your Windows 10 version, and click the “Download” button below. Another window or tab will open. Click on the available link and the offline installer will download to your computer. After downloading, double-click the installer and follow the wizard to install KB5011563. Remember that updates will only be installed if they are supported. Additional updates and dependencies may also be downloaded as needed.
- New! Up to three high priority toast notifications can be displayed at a time. This feature is intended for applications that use the operating system’s Windows notifications to send call notifications, reminders, or alarms. As a result, up to four toast notifications can be displayed at the same time: three high priority and one normal priority notification.
- Fixed a problem that disabled the automatic launch of Universal Windows Platform (UWP) applications after an OS update.
- Fixed a problem that SystemSettings.exe would not start.
- Fixed a problem that affected searchindexer.exe and prevented Microsoft Outlook offline search from returning recent e-mails.
- Fixed an issue that caused Windows startup time to increase. This issue occurs when a 5G wireless wide area network (WWAN) device boots slowly, causing the user interface thread of the network application programming interface (API) to stop responding.
- Fixed a memory leak in the wmipicmp.dll module that caused many false alarms in the System Center Operations Manager (SCOM) data center monitoring system.
- Fixed a problem where the registry would not return the correct execution policy settings.
- Fixed an issue where HTML generated by gpresult/h was not displayed correctly in modern browsers.
- Fixed an issue that would cause an “Access denied” exception to be raised for a file during PowerShell testing of AppLocker.
- Fixed an issue that caused the Remote Desktop Service (RDS) server to become unstable when the number of logged-in users exceeded 100. This would prevent access to published applications using RDS on Windows Server 2019.
- Fixed an issue that would return an error message when viewing a domain or organizational unit (OU). This issue was caused by improper memory zeroing.
- Fixed an issue where the Group Policy Management Console would stop working after it was closed. The system logged an application error event ID 1000 and error 0xc0000005 (STATUS_ACCESS_VIOLATION) and the failed module was GPOAdmin.dll.
- Fixed a problem in which Group Policy Service stopped processing telemetry information in Group Policy Registry preferences.
- Fixed halt error (0xD1, DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL) in DirectX kernel component.
- Fixed a problem that caused Kerberos.dll to stop working within the Local Security Authority Subsystem Service (LSASS). This occurs when LSASS processes Service for User (S4U) user-to-user (U2U) requests for the same client user at the same time.
- Fixed an issue affecting Key Distribution Center (KDC) proxy servers. The KDC Proxy was not correctly receiving Kerberos tickets for entry into the Windows Hello for Business key trust.
- Added support for Microsoft Switch Account (MSA) scenarios in Azure Active Directory (AAD) Web Account Manager (WAM).
- Fixed an issue where Event ID 37 was logged for certain password change scenarios, such as Cluster Name Object (CNO) and Virtual Computer Object (VCO) password changes.
- Fixed an issue where the User Account Control (UAC) dialog box would not properly display applications requesting elevated privileges.
- Fixed an issue where the user could lose focus after renaming a Microsoft OneDrive file and pressing Enter.
- Searching for the word widget will return the appropriate settings page.
- Fixed an issue where new values for certain attributes were not displayed in event 4739 after a policy change.
- Fixed an issue where the Move-ADObject command would fail when moving a computer account to a different domain. The error message is “Multiple values were set for an attribute that can only have one value.
- Fixed a problem where Server Message Block (SMB) shares could not be accessed using IP addresses when SMB amplification was enabled.
- Fixed a problem that caused 0x1E stop error on the SMB server (srv2.sys).
- Fixed a problem that domain name mismatch between NetBIOS and DNS Active Directory when creating a cluster.