Announcing release date for FSLogix 2210 hotfix 4!

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Important News!

Before the release of FSLogix 2201 hotfix 3, our team dedicated significant effort to meticulously identify, replicate, and address the numerous challenges encountered during the shift to the new Teams MSIX update. Although it's unlikely that every conceivable issue has been anticipated, I believe that FSLogix 2210 hotfix 4 represents a thorough update suitable for most environments. Aligned with Microsoft's "patch Tuesday" calendar, FSLogix 2210 hotfix 4 is set to become widely available on Tuesday May 14th, 2024, ready for download and also pre-loaded on Windows 10 and Windows 11 multi-session Azure images.


What's new in FSLogix 2210 hotfix 4?

This hotfix, along with the updates from hotfix 3, addresses a wide range of issues associated with New Teams. We wish to express our gratitude to the 30+ customers and partners whose crucial involvement in our validation process has been essential for the discoveries and solutions provided in this release. Additionally, we are reintroducing a previously released and highly requested feature: Asynchronous Group Policy processing!


Group Policy Changes

  • Update: Added functionality to securely roam Group Policy state providing asynchronous policy processing.
  • Fix: Addressed an issue where user-based policy settings would persist in the user's profile.

New Teams Changes

  • Update: Added functionality to repair missing Teams AppX folders in ODFC containers during the container creation process. (new container or container reset).
  • Update: Added a workaround where in some cases new Teams would fail to on-demand register during sign-in.
  • Update: Added roaming support for the new Teams meeting add-in when using the ODFC container.
  • Fix: Resolved an issue where FSLogix was unable to query provisioned AppX packages on Windows Server 2019.
  • Fix: Modified the sign-out process to solely erase the contents of "non-roamable" folders located in %LocalAppData%\Packages\* while preserving the parent folders. (all packages).
  • Fix: Resolved an issue where name cache entries in FltMgr (Filter Manager) would become polluted with non-normalized names.
  • Fix: Resolved an issue where New Teams may not have registered correctly when used with ODFC.
  • Fix: Resolved an issue where New Teams would fail to start, or the application would crash.


Thank you again for your continued patience and support!



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