Windows 11 Enablement Package KB5027397 not available in WSUS

shamu 15 Reputation points

How can I find the missing Windows 11 23H2 enablement Package KB5027397 in our WSUS Server? We have the correct Product and Classification enabled, and the "Windows 11, version 23H2 X64 2023-10B" update is available, but this is not the small enablement package. Previously, we had no issues with synchronizing Enablement Packages for Windows 10, but now this one seems to be missing. Has anyone else had this issue with their WSUS server? Thank you.

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  1. Lei Tao (Shanghai Wicresoft Co Ltd) 300 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor

    Hi @shamu

    You can find the missing Windows 11 23H2 enablement package KB5027397 in your WSUS server by following these steps:

    1. Open the WSUS Management Console and select the Updates tab.
    2. On the Updates tab, select the Filter drop-down menu and select Approved.
    3. On the Approved tab, select the Classification drop-down menu and select Security Updates.
    4. Under Security updates, select Windows 11, version 23H2.
    5. Under Windows 11, version 23H2, look for the KB5027397 enablement package.

    If you can't find the missing enablement package in your WSUS server, make sure your WSUS server is syncing the latest updates. You can clean up your WSUS server and make sure it's up to date with the latest updates by selecting Options and selecting Server Cleanup Wizard in the WSUS Administration Console.

    Hope it helps.

    Kind regards,


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  2. Adam J. Marshall 7,181 Reputation points MVP

    Yea, it's not there and I've been trying to figure out why too.

    The instructions Lei provided are not coherent to WSUS's interface.

    If you right click on Updates and search for either the KB number or "enablement" - you don't see that package.

    Others have said it's within the "Windows 11, version 23H2 x64 2023-10B" (and now the subsequent -11B) update, but I don't have any confirmation of that.

    I can confirm that many of my systems have upgraded using the -10B update.

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