Windows 10 Pro...Automatic Windows Updates Download & Install Disabled!

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  1. XxBrazilianoxX

    XxBrazilianoxX MDL Member

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    compgen_1534 MDL Addicted

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  3. Lockdown

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    #3 Lockdown, Aug 1, 2015
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    It is possible only in this case? I checked it on updated to windows 10 , when set to enabled i have no options.

    Nevermind. I found it.
     
  4. ReXX

    ReXX MDL Novice

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    Does not work on my pc.
     
  5. DIENER_

    DIENER_ MDL Novice

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    Try to run "gpupdate /force" or restart the computer. It can take some time before the effect kick in.
     
  6. ReXX

    ReXX MDL Novice

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    I already did both, but no change in the Windows Update settings.

    Windows 10 Pro x64.
     
  7. Al_ManZ_Shur

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    Hi, guys. It works for me. What I did: After reboot, go to Windows Update and click Search for Updates (even if you have the message Your device is still updated). After that go to Advanced Options and there you can see: Notify to download:clap:. Thanks so much XxbrazilianoxX.
     
  8. ReXX

    ReXX MDL Novice

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    Yes, works after doing a "Search for update" :p
     
  9. fLOW.

    fLOW. MDL Senior Member

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    For some reason this doesn't work on my pc. Even with the "gpupdate.exe /force" command, the updates automatically downloads and install.
     
  10. MrTweakFreak

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    This has probably been mentioned elsewhere, but is it (also) possible to select (choose) which updates it should download (or install) on request, without using a 3rd-party application?

    Thank you in advance.
     
  11. ilusi0n

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    I don't think so
     
  12. Nucleus

    Nucleus MDL Guru

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    Use the MS Updates Troublshooter to show/hide updates. This post.
     
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  13. naseap

    naseap MDL Senior Member

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    Worked for me. I just got a notification that there are updates ready for download. Thanks.
     
  14. Edwe

    Edwe MDL Member

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    The link and a explanation how to use it is in my first link Nucleus :)

    Not exactly what you asked for MrTweakFreak but as Close as you coud get