Windows 10 IoT Core build 17093 released with fixes

Windows 10 IoT Core build 17015

Microsoft is now rolling out Windows 10 IoT Core build 17093 for Insiders. The new build update comes with the bug fixes and minor improvements. In addition, the new build has enabled Miracast on Dragonboard. However, there are some known issues with this build like Settings entered before flashing do not get applied to the device. Check out the full changelog below.

What’s new in Windows 10 IoT Core build 17093


  • General bug fixes
  • Enabled Miracast on Dragonboard.


  • F5 driver deployment from Visual Studio does not work on IoT Core.
  • Devices that were installed via NOOBS cannot run the bcdedit tool to enable the kernel debugger. This can be achieved with the following workaround:
    Mount the SD card on your PC
    Find the EFIESP drive partition number with diskpart or Disk Management (say it’s “M:”)
    Run the command “bcdedit /store M:\EFI\Microsoft\boot\bcd /set {default} debug yes”
    Unmount the SD card.
    You should now be able to connect the debugger as usual
  • Unable to deploy apps in headless mode. Device is not functional in headless mode.
  • F5 application deployment of headed foreground UWP apps will not work on the first attempt. The second attempt should be successful.
  • UWP startup apps will be replaced by IoT Core default app.
  • Azure DM setup is not working.
  • Settings entered before flashing (computer name, password and Wi-Fi profile) do not get applied to the device.

Check updates and download Windows 10 IoT Core build 17093.