How To Block The Windows 10 Update Notifications

Hi all,

I need to block the windows 10 notifications on our domain, we do not run WSUS and dont really want to have to disable this on each PC and remote users laptops.

Is there something that I could do on GPO or anything else that springs to mind to help automate this?  

Many thanks in advance.
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
You need to uninstall KB3035583 which is the Get Windows 10 update. If you leave this update installed, then just ignore it. It is supposed to go away in a week or two, so my counsel is to wait a bit.

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mercuriousu2Author Commented:
Thanks for the advise John, I was aware of the KB but didn't want to have the task of removing it off 150 + machines in differing locations :-(.

Waiting is OK, but I also do not want to be un-prepared if it’s gets to the stage where these start to download (possibly install) causing a mass of grief.

So ideally I want an easy way (if possible) to remove these notices, testing has started here on the technical releases but when/if the time comes to roll it out it would be via an .ISO push on a department by department basis to keep the dust down as much as possible :-)..
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
The update will NOT proceed automatically, so perhaps wait a bit and see what happens.
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
My solution http:#a40824299  works and the asker agreed. Leaving it be works and the asker agreed with that in http:#a40824312
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