gooseberry dating - Updating group policy on windows 2016

Note that Allow Telemetry must be at least 1 for any of this to work, and Automatic updating must be 4 for scheduled updates to work.

I’m doing 3am updates every day, don’t restart if someone is logged on, use an 18-hour Active Hours window of 6am to midnight, and block preview builds.

Then at a later stage once all your Windows 10 1511 computer have upgrade to 1607 you can either quickly swap the “Windows Update.admx” and “Windows Update.adml” in the central store and then just de-configure the policy setting to clear the above “Extra Registry Settings” message from the policy.

If you install RSAT on the target computer and manage Group Policies from there you are fine, no need to change any thing, but if you want to manage the Group Policies from a server that are not the latest and maybe not the same templates, you need to do one of two things. (You may need to modify the permissions, since default is only SYSTEM has full control) Also note the problem descibed in the next post about Windows Location Provider Did I miss anything, or do you have any problems updating the templates.

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– 3 = Automatically download and notify of installation.

– 4 = Automatically download and schedule installation.

NOTE: Some times when Microsoft release a new OS they might rename the GPO setting but still keep the underlying Registry Key the same.

This means that the name of the policy setting has changed but the actually setting is preserved when upgrading. Therefore, you might want to go back to your ADMX Group Policy Central store de-configure the “Defer Upgrades and Update” GPO setting before upgrade the policy files.If you have deployed Windows 10 to your organisation then you might be familiar with the new Group Policy setting that allowed you to defer the upgrade of Windows 10.These policy setting also know as “Windows Update for Business” allows you to delay by up to 8 months the OS upgrade that Microsoft delivers to you via Windows Update (see below).Scheduled Install Day The changes take effect after logoff More info on this Windows Update settings here: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd939844(v=ws.10)— Thank you for reading my blog.If you have any questions or feedback, leave a comment or drop me an email.Alternatively, you could just leave the policy setting configured and do the ADMX upgrade and just live with the “Extra Registry Settings” message in GPMC (See below).

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