Windows 10 Hotfix Repository

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  1. Windows 10 User

    Windows 10 User MDL Addicted

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    So does the final build end on .30 and not .1?
     
  2. Carlos Detweiller

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  3. ch100

    ch100 MDL Senior Member

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    There is no longer RTM in Windows 10.
    What most people understand as RTM though is whatever is the first build officially released by Microsoft as retail, MVS (MSDN) and/or VLSC.
    In the case of 1903, I see RTM as .30 build.
    However other people's opinions may vary.
     
  4. foo3495

    foo3495 MDL Senior Member

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    yep your right
    i see it as .1 ;)
     
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    I was under the impression that the WU version is 18362.30.
    Or is that the ESD version vs the UUP which is 18362.1?
     
  7. Enthousiast

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    WU downloads the UUP file set 18362.1 + SSU/CU/Flash/DotnetCU, the ESD now used by MCT/UA is 18362.30 (pre-integrated SSU/CU).
     
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  13. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    Afaik, that's part of the new policy, only people who really seek the update, by pressing on search for updates, will see new updates, if msft thinks you really need it, they will push it to you.
     
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  14. AeonX

    AeonX MDL Senior Member

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    Thanks, I completely forgot to check the 1809 thread :D
     
  15. ch100

    ch100 MDL Senior Member

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    I checked WSUS. I think there are 2 kinds of updates.
    UUP which "may" be 18362.1 (I don't know in fact, so I have to trust you :) ) .
    ESD which is like here https://forums.mydigitallife.net/threads/windows-10-esd-repository.59082/#post-992532 , which is 18632.30

    The ESD install is the "full" install/upgrade, similar to using an ISO while UUP is incremental (can be full too if required), something which was discussed many times before.

    So there are 2 releases for the update on WU which makes it all even more confusing.
     
  16. abbodi1406

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    WSUS only deliver full ESD,, for now

    WU deliver UUP since v1709
     
  17. Enthousiast

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