Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by lewis_MDL, Feb 16, 2018.
Not sure whether the tasks might re-create it, so i disable the tasks to be safe .
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Run gpedit.msc to disable feature updates at 1607 :
Administrative Templates / Windows Components / Windows Updates / Defer Windows Udpates
Select when Feature Updates are received :
Enable Current Branch for Buisiness / 0 days / Pause feature updates.
1607 home and pro supports ends in April. Does the policy works in may still?
As far a I know 1607 is supported till 2023 at Clover Trail CPU.
How to install updates in may at a non Clover Trail CPU?
FYI: I upgraded my Pro to EnterpriseS (aka 2016 LTSB). Imported the HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion key from LTSB to my main machine and then ran the setup.exe of a mounted LTSB. It offered to Upgrade while preserving programs and settings and created a perfect EnterpriseS with the look and feel from the previous Pro. Only needed to redo Telemetry measures and related stuff. Rest works as intented.
Will setting WUMT to Disabled + Disable 3 tasks "UpdateAssistant*" is enough?
I'm still thinking if I should move from 1607 to 1709.
For me that upgrade always failed . For that reason i'm happy the switch to the Enterprise LTSB worked.
Check in Task Scheduler Library/Microsoft/Windows/rempl and disable all tasks to be safe.
Hi bro, for me Build 1709 is the better version of Windows 10 until now but after make "some" changes & tweaks still remember that all versions of W10 have the same kernel so I think is only ilusion think Build 1607 is the better IMO
1. Actually the kernels differ a lot, for that reason you need a full Upgrade to a new build rather than a simple Cumulative Udate.
2. My Pro refused the upgrade to 1709 but perfectly In-Place-Upgraded to Enterprise LTSB, whats even better. Will wait for reports on 1803 and 2018 LTSC and then decide.
yep I agree dude I think the same thing when speaking about LTSC and remember that 2018 LTSC is upgrade for 2015 LTSB so I understand that you can deserve reason but only in 2019 where 2016 LTSB is upgrade to 2019 LTSC so is another thing
Since 2016 LTSB is official successor of 2015, it should also get the 2018 Upgrade as offer .
hehe dude you know as MSFT is try remember times of launch of 2015 LTSB Build 10240 for instance I think that 2018 LTSC IS sucessor of 2015 LTSB who know? only rest wait Build 1803
LTSB's don't get any upgrades offered, no WU ESD too
Would assume there will be a way using the mounted ISO . Who needs WU ?
I read that you said it should get the upgrade offered, ofcourse using an iso should work
For switching to Enterprise LTSB, I need to copy the whole tree under HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion?
And do I need to integrate update to the ISO?
1607 Pro will EOL on April, 1607 Enterprise will have 6 months more. Can we apply updates from Enterprise to Pro after EOL? Then we can wait till 2018 LTSC and still up to date
Sub-keys aren't needed, only the entries of the main key (regarding the installed systems edition names etc).
I used a default ISO and installed CU and others manually later to update to delta: 14393.2097.
After EOL the Enterprise updates MUM will most likely limit them to that edition.
Switching to LTSB gives me time till 2026 to decide .
EDIT: Apparently i had a 14393 Pro Image backup only 2 days old in case anything went wrong.
You only need to change EditionID under HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion to EnterpriseS before running LTSB ISO setup.exe.
Recommend to rename ProductName to show Enterprise LTSB likewise .
Hi s1ave77 see my latest bench using Sandra on W10 2016 LTSB is 9,21 kPT is good or no
No clue never used that bench . I just start a game to check performance and can't find a difference to Professional.