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Windows 11, 10, and Server Get out of Band Update to Solve .NET Bug

KB5022083 is a new out-of-band update for Windows 11, Windows 10, and Windows Server to fix a .NET issue affecting XPS documents.


is sending out an out-of-band update across versions of , , and . According to the company, there is a security risk across Windows. Specifically, there is an issue in .NET/.NET Framework that messes up the way Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) apps render XPS documents.

To remedy the problem, Microsoft is issuing the out-of-band (OBB) KB5022083 security update package on Windows 11, 10, and Server.

The company explains the problem is causing users to have faults when displaying WPF-based readers. Windows is unable to properly show tables, hyperlinks, and other structural elements. Images are also not displaying properly in XPS documents, and users also report other various problems.

Microsoft has been managing the situation with temporary workarounds, such as PowerShell scripts or making changes to the Windows registry. However, the company now has a permanent update ready.


This issue is persistent in numerous builds of Windows 11, Windows 10, and Windows Server. As such, the KB5022083 OBB update covers the following versions:

  • Windows 11 version 22H2
  • Windows 11 version 21H2
  • Windows Server 2022
  • Azure Stack HCI version 22H2
  • Azure Stack HCI version 21H2
  • Windows 10 version 22H2
  • Windows 10 version 21H2
  • Windows 10 version 20H2
  • Windows 10 version 1809
  • Windows 10 version 1607
  • Windows Server 2016

If you are unfamiliar with an out-of-band update, it is essentially an update that Microsoft rolls out that are outside the company's normal release schedule. It is also not an automatic update available through .

That means to install it, you will need to head to the Microsoft Update Catalog and search for KB5022083.

Tip of the day: Did you know that you can assign keyboard shortcuts for starting applications quickly in Windows 11 and Windows 10? This is a great way to have your most used programs always at your fingertips. In our tutorials we show you how to set those hotkeys for your favorite apps.

Luke Jones
Luke Jones
Luke has been writing about all things tech for more than five years. He is following Microsoft closely to bring you the latest news about Windows, Office, Azure, Skype, HoloLens and all the rest of their products.

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