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Strange. All computers in my domain are unable to upgrade to Windows 10. Is there a security or policy setting at the domain level that would prevent this?
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by:CompProbSolv
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How are you doing the upgrade (windows updates, ISO file, etc.)?

What happens when you try to upgrade?
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by:bidgadget
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Thank you for responding. I tried every way. I am thinking  may be a policy setting?
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How far do you get in the upgrade?  What messages do you get when it fails?
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by:bidgadget
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Downloads then when the install starts it fails
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"downloads"?  If you run the install from an ISO and don't have it download then there shouldn't be any downloading.

When it fails, what messages do you get?
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by:bidgadget
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Error installing Windows 10. Please restart and try again
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Log in locally (not on the domain) and try the upgrade again.
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by:bidgadget
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Same error as local user
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When I try to use the window in the system tray it downloads then gets to preparing installation then fails
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Had to do with group policy. I created a temp policy to inherit nothing on domain and put computer accounts in to upgrade
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