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Download KB5015814 Offline Installer, Windows 11

KB5015814 is a security update with a bunch and fixes for security issues. Here is the direct link to download KB5015814 offline installer.

Patch Tuesday is here and brings a new update for Windows 11. This time around, the KB5015814 is a security update. That means it doesn’t contain any other general bug fixes or improvements. The primary security fix in this update is an issue that redirects the PowerShell command output, so that transcript logs do not contain any content.

Other than that, the update also has several minor security fixes. Like other cumulative updates, the KB5015814 might install the previous general updates automatically to ensure your system is up to date. If your system is already up to date, the update won’t install any other updates.

You will find the complete KB5015814 change log below.

On most systems, the KB5015814 should be installed automatically.

You can also install it manually. To do that, open the Settings app, go to the “Windows Update” page and click the “Check for updates” page. If the update is available, it will be listed, downloaded, and installed automatically. Alternatively, use the link below to download the KB5015814 offline installer. Once downloaded, you can install it as you would any other application.

KB5015814 update

Download KB5015814 offline installer

The KB5014697 update is available as an offline installer via the Microsoft Update Catalog website.

Go to this webpage, find your Windows 11 version, and click the “Download” button next. Another window or tab will open. Click the available link, and the offline installer is downloaded to your computer. After downloading, double-click on the installer and follow the wizard to install KB5014697. Remember that the update will only install if it is supported. Also, it might download additional updates or dependencies if required.

KB5015814 changelog

Addresses an issue that redirects the PowerShell command output, so that transcript logs do not contain any content. Transcript logs might contain decrypted passwords if you turn PowerShell logging on. Consequently, the transcript logs lose the decrypted passwords.

That is it.

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