Updated Nov 11, 2021
Microsoft has discovered an issue where, starting on November 1, 2021, some users might be unable to open or use certain built-in Windows apps or parts of some built-in apps. This is caused by an issue with a Microsoft digital certificate, which expired October 31, 2021, impacting Windows 11. Microsoft released a fix to existing end users on November 5, 2021 and is updating all media on MOO-SOC on November 11, 2021. More information is provided below.
Updated Nov 08, 2021
Microsoft has discovered an issue where the Chat for Microsoft Teams icon is being pinned, the Teams consumer app is being auto-installed, and the Teams consumer app is being auto-launched on Windows 11 in The People’s Republic of China (PRC), which is not the expected behavior. This communication includes information about the issues and the fix.
Updated Oct 06, 2021
This communication has been updated to include information about Windows 11 customer support training resources and the Office OPK 2110 OOBE experience.
Updated Sept 13, 2021
This communication has been updated to include links to the Windows 11 and Office 2110 OPK Part Numbers.
Updated Sept 09, 2021
This communication has been updated with the Windows 11 general availability date.
Updated Aug 26, 2021
This communication has been updated with information on the planned Windows 11 October Media Refresh (includes 9B LCU) RTM and Office OPK 2110 timing, updated to the Windows Logo License Agreement to support Windows 11, and OPK part numbers for the August 12, 2021 issue.
Updated Aug 12, 2021
Microsoft recently discovered two issues impacting Windows 11. Microsoft is planning to release fixes for both issues (both included on a new OPK) on Friday, August 13, 2021. More information is included in this communication.
Updated July 20, 2021
The following information provides an update to the recall class issue of the Windows RTM media reported on July 15, 2021.
Microsoft is planning to re-release the Windows 11 RTM media 22000.1 + a new ZDP to MOO-SOC on July 22, 2021. Updated part numbers are below.
Windows preinstall images. OEMs have 2 options to create their new preinstall images with the new release:
- Install the new ZDP to the original release: Windows 11 RTM 22000.1 + ZDP 22000.4 + New ZDP.
- Install the new ZDP on Windows 11 RTM 22000.1: Windows 11 RTM 22000.1 + New ZDP.
WinRE images. For WinRE images may only use Windows RTM 22000.1 + New ZDP.
Part Numbers. The following OPK part numbers will be used for the new release and will include the new ZDP.
- X22-77379Win 11 21H2 x64 English Home/Pro/SL/S/N OPK -2
- X22-77380Win 11 21H2 ARM64 English Home/Pro/SL/S/N OPK -2
- X22-77381Win 11 HomeChn/WinHomeChn S 21H2 x64 ChnSimp OPK -2
- X22-77382Win 11 HomeChn/WinHomeChn S 21H2 ARM64 ChnSimp OPK -2
Updated July 19, 2021
Microsoft discovered a recall class issue and has removed the Windows 11 RTM media from MOO SOC. OEMs may not ship with the Windows 11 RTM media (22000.1 + ZDP 22000.4) released on MOO SOC on June 24, 2021. The issue impacts certain camera scenarios and applications where the customer’s Camera Access preference may not be honored.
Microsoft is targeting re-release of RTM and an updated ZDP on MOO SOC by July 22, 2021.