Group Policy to pause Windows updates

Where within Server 2016 group policy do I need to go to pause Windows updates from installing on the Windows 10 client computers?

PAUSE-WINDOWS-UPDATES
IT GuyNetwork EngineerAsked:
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SeanSystem EngineerCommented:
Computer Config -> Admin Templates -> Windows Compnents-> Windows Update

Configure Automatic updates
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Ashok DewanFreelancerCommented:
Checkout my video. Below may work for your windows 10.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=23CgW7ycd5I
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McKnifeCommented:
Windows Components\Windows Update\Defer Windows Updates

Enable this policy to specify what type of feature updates to receive, and when.  The branch readiness level for each new Windows 10 feature update is initially considered a "Current Branch" (CB) release, to be used by organizations for initial deployments. Once Microsoft has verified the feature update should be considered for enterprise deployment, it will be declared a branch readiness level of "Current Branch for Business" (CBB).  You can defer receiving feature updates for up to 180 days.  To prevent feature updates from being received on their scheduled time, you can temporarily pause feature updates. The pause will remain in effect for 60 days or until you clear the check box.  Note: If the "Allow Telemetry" policy is set to 0, this policy will have no effect.

Enable this policy to specify when to receive quality updates.  You can defer receiving quality updates for up to 30 days.  To prevent quality updates from being received on their scheduled time, you can temporarily pause quality updates. The pause will remain in effect for 35 days or until you clear the check box.  Note: If the "Allow Telemetry" policy is set to 0, this policy will have no effect.
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McKnifeCommented:
K', this is one of maybe 8 questions in the last days alone where you did the following:

-ask
-select the first answer as best solution (50% of the points) and all other answers as assists (small points)
-give no feedback nor say thanks

I would strongly recommend to change that behavior and start to communicate. Also, you often select contradictory statements as answers which is a little confusing to all that try to help, in other words: suggestion A says "to go to New York, take a left turn at the next junction" while suggestion B says "to go to New York, go straight on" ...and you select both as answers (?)
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