Force windows 10 to get updates from wsus server?

Hi. Is there a way to force Windows 10 machines to get updates from WSUS? I need to use this function because I have several Health customers witch are running their computers at a secure zone, meaning that their computers do not have access to internet, because of health/privacy rules. The only thing these computers are allowed to is to contact a WSUS server for updates. This is done true a VPN tunell.
The firewall settings are okay, as they are working properly at windows 7 machines, but I cannot find a way to force these machines to get updates from a specific wsus server. I have looked inside the regedit and found the same settings here as for windows 7 machines. These machines are not added to any domain – They are simply using a workgroup.
These windows 10 machines are not showing up in WSUS.
WSUS are running at a Windows 2008R2 server. The WSUS server Works properly for all other machines.
Hope someone has got an idea, as I have been googling around for a long time now, and have not been able to find a solution.
nduserAsked:
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arnoldCommented:
look at the computer configuration group policy interface.  I think unless the syste is attached to the AD, that might not be an option......
Qlemo"Batchelor", Developer and EE Topic AdvisorCommented:
Whether it is an Active Directory or Workgroup environment does only matter in regard of the availibility of group policies.
You should consider using WSUS ClientManger for Workgroups, so you can keep off from direct registry edits.

However, GPO, registry and tool all display too many options for changing - in W10, almost nothing of them work. You can set the connection info, and the download&install type (automatic install / auto-download and notify for install / notify for download and install).

I don't expect it to apply here, but you can't use WSUS with W10 Home, which will just ignore any setting to that regard.
Also, WSUS will display a W10 machine as having Vista installed. Server 2016 will change this.

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nduserAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the help. I managed to find out that the machine I were trying to Connect to WSUS were a Home edition. When I tried to connect a Windows 10 Pro edition, it Works just fine, except from WSUS are showing the Windows 10 machine as a Windows vista machine as you said Qlemo. Also thanks for the tip about WSUS ClientManager for Workgroups Qlemo.
I didn`t have to join a domain for this Windows 10 machine, getting it to work With WSUS.
Case closed 
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