SCCM Clients Automatically Upgrading to 1709

We are running SCCM 2012 CB 1710 with around 150 Windows 10 devices (Mainly SP4).
We are not pushing out Windows 10 Enterprise 1709 but we are finding random machines automatically upgrading to 1709. SCCM - Expiring SoonI believe this is to do with clients expiring soon - see attached screenshot.
Does anyone know how I stop clients automatically upgrading to 1709?

Thank you
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Pankaj KumarSystems SpecialistCommented:

No it wont get deployed automatically.  Please check , have you created any servicing plan.

Software Library -Widnows 10 Servicing - Service Plan

Or Go to properties of any impacted device and see deploymnet tab -> search for 1709 to see if any deployment is there.
BGFSmurfAuthor Commented:
Hi Pankaj,
Thankyou for your comment.
I don't have any service plans created and defiantly no deploymentys to push 1709 out.
Since submitting this post, I have created a new GPO to stop windows update which from the research I have carried out is the recommended approcach if you use SCCM. Since doing this, no more feature updates to 1709 have occured.
But this is a workaround and I have not been able to get to the bottom of why this is happening.
I do however think it could be stopped by using service plans and I need to look into this more.


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BGFSmurfAuthor Commented:
More work have been carried out to better understand this issue.
I didn't agree with the other comment.
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