Windows Updates - Group Policy

I am trying configure Windows updates on a bunch of Windows 10 laptops, and I get this message that is being controlled by DC:
When I go into the Domain Controller 2008 R2, and look under GPO for > User configuration > Administrative Templates > Windows Components > Windows Update, and do the same thing for Computer configuration.  I see nothing enabled.
I cannot find where these are set.   I even went to the local box.

Can anyone help me to find where these settings are taking place.

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These are registry keys found in the client's registry at Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\WindowsUpdate

How they came their? Scripts, local GPOs, domain GPOs you forgot about.
All you can do is start
gpresult /h %temp%\results.html
and look at %temp%\results.html afterwards to identify eventual policies.

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Cliff GaliherCommented:
Use the group policy results wizard. It'll show you all settings being applied from all policies.
Tom CieslikIT EngineerCommented:
Usually Windows Updates are configured under COMPUTER CONFIGURATION, not user configuration

Computer Configuration/Policies/Administrative Templates/Windows Components/Windows Updates

I can confirm only on Windows 2012 but, there is no point to configure updates under User Configuration since updates are for Computer/Windows not personal profile
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That's right. Didn't even notice that the author wrote "User configuration".
Pber, it seems you are rushing through all the deletions. My comment was the 1st to suggest gpresult, so it's kind of funny to see it repeated and rewarded with mine getting no reward.
Participants agreed to look at the group policies. My https:#a42411099 was the first and offers instructions about how to find the policy, so I recommend to give it half the points and 1/4 each for Tom Cieslik's comment #a42411118 and for Cliff Galiher's comment #a42411100
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