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i am about to update few server manually . I know this wuauclt.exe /detectnow command will check for updates.
then i can clcik and install the updates after it downlaods.
My concern is this. soem update might need reboot to proceed the installation.
Will the server reboot whitout any warning?
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Each Microsoft update that needs a restart requests a user confirmation. So, I don't think it will restart automatically, of course, if it's not been set up via GPO to restart automatically.
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thank you
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You're welcome :)
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