Well in my college, on the library there are about 25 computers, most of them running Windows 10 Enterprise with Build 10240. That has been installed since the summer (because there are really lazy keeping up to date with OS and upgrades apparently). So the thing is, most of those computers want to install lots of updates, from Office 2013 SP1 (yes, they are using the RTM/non-patched version), to some drivers and of course, Build 14393 (aka Anniversary Update). I talked to the librarian and explained them that (specially for Office) there are tons of bugs and security vulnerabilities that put on compromise their data and ours as well, but they largely ignored me. When I attempt to update (they are already downloaded on the machine), the PC's ask me for the UAC password (which of course I don't have), so those machines can't update automatically. So the question in my mind is, there is any way to bypass this (using 3rd party tools or something)? Because I feel that they won't touch those PC's at least until December... Thanks MDL community in advance!