Fix for Windows 10 Reboot Error on the Way
The solution for the Windows 10 restart error that annoys users is on the way.
Microsoft , Windows 10 versions 1809 and later rolled up its sleeves for an error affecting systems solutions. On some systems, the Local Security Authority Subsystem Service (LSASS) fails, so users are forced to restart their systems . It is stated that the problem has become widespread especially after the patch Tuesday update released this month .
The LSASS process is responsible for applying security policies on a system that validates user login information, password changes, and more. The problem is that it is linked with an error that causes users in the LSASS.exe file to lose access to the currently active accounts on the machine. This situation forces the users to reboot the system. It is also among the information that a Microsoft Technology Community topic explaining the details of the problem was first published on May 27.
Currently, the only solution is to remove the June Patch Tuesday cumulative updates. So you need to uninstall KB4561608 (1809) , KB4560960 (1903 and 1909) or KB4557957 (2004) updates. On the other hand, those who bypass the June updates and still have May patches need to uninstall KB4551853 (1809) or KB4556799 (1903 and 1909) . Unfortunately, users who installed the fixes released last week for printer issues also need to roll back those patches.
Finally, let’s mention that Microsoft will eliminate issues with the July Patch Tuesday .
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