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    What language OS did you have? pt-BR?
     
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    Pt-PT.
     
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    And all are x64?
     
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    #6846 Windows 10 User, Nov 8, 2019
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    Yes, Enterprise x64. My current build is 18362.239. I'd have to check the ones from the other 2 PCs. This is giving me headaches for months since I can't install updates for a long time.
     
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    Iirc, the faulty updates all were of the IP Release Preview range (normal users never saw them) in your case it's best not to install them, just to avoid problems.
     
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    Well, I don't understand nothing about IPs and Branches but the only thing I did was to download and install updates from the Updates overview's section.
     
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    Then let's wait to see if the FiX by @abbodi1406 helps.
     
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    Unfortunately, it didn't work.
     
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    Then i would do an inplace upgrade with an uptodate iso.
     
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    Well, maybe I should wait for 20H1 and afterwards do a clean install on this PC and an inplace upgrade on the other two.
     
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    If You want disable system restore permanently go to task manager
    go to services tab,on botom select open services
    when open select standard
    search for
    Microsoft Software Shadow Copy Provider
    select it , right click open properites
    stop the service and select startup type to disable
    do the same with
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    #6860 Windows 10 User, Nov 10, 2019
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    So, I did an inplace upgrade and although it fixed the desktop icons and the firewall it oddly had some updates to install when I downloaded the latest build and disabled Edge's extensions. Anyway, I successfully installed the updates but I noticed virus & threat protection is messed up, even before installing the updates. When I click on it (virus & threat protection) it's blank and it states it is managed by my organization, whatever that means. It looks like I should have done a clean install but I can't do it on the other 2 PCs (and they may became messed up like mine after doing another inplace upgrade) but even so I'd still have to install (I guess) updates when I downloaded the latest build but that would be the less important as long as it was ok. Let's see if it won't screw future updates too (on this PC, at least).

    I don't know what is causing this "Some settings are managed by your organization." message to show up and prevent me from changing some settings in which it shows up.

    EDIT: It looks like NTLite, Winaero Tweaker, O&O ShutUp 10, Ultimate Windows Tweaker and W10Privacy (and maybe MSMG ToolKit) are causing this message to show up (as well as some policies I manually set on gpedit.msc) because they add some policies on gpedit.msc (and maybe they make another modifications) but I don't know why I can't change the settings without reverting the policies (I want to have them but still be able to change the settings because not only I may change my mind regarding them but also because they prevent me from making another changes on settings which aren't directly related to these ones) which I don't even know where they are. On NTLite it's possible to set the policies and let the users change the settings afterwards or not without reverting the policies and maybe the other mentioned programs only set the policies and don't let the users change the settings without reverting the policies. After reverting the policies the mentioned message disappears and I can change the settings.