Windows 11 has problems signing in since the latest patch

Devices running Windows 11 or Windows 10 Enterprise or Education editions with a local account will see a strange message.

Microsoft confirms that the bug crept into a recent round of patching and caused sign-in issues. It mainly concerns devices that have an Education or Enterprise license. Windows 10 and Windows 11 are both affected. If you’re signed in with a local account, you’ll see a message saying that your data will be processed outside the country or region.

In an update that’s been available since March 21 (but is now being rolled out widely), the notification is shown. Microsoft is working on a solution to include in the next patch round, but in the meantime, IT teams can arm themselves where there are devices with local accounts.

Remove the update (KB5026964) from the device and browse through the history. Click for this BeginsWrite regedit and press Enters. Navigate to this location within the editor:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER \ SOFTWARE \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ CloudExperienceHost \ Intent \ PersonalDataExport

Create a new value called there PDE appearsdata type REG_DWORD And as the data value you choose 1. Then install Windows Update and restart your computer.

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