I've been working on reinstalling Windows 10 Pro on a Lenovo laptop L440 and suddenly I'm getting this in Settings/Update & Security
"Some settings managed by your Organization"
It appears that there are no updates waiting to happen.
The Windows installation reports: Version 1709 16299:125
This was installed with the latest download from Microsoft > .iso > DVD
First, it was run booting from the DVD and installing Windows from scratch with an all new partition(s).
Then it seemed to "break" with the Cortana icon not working and no "fix" for that.
So then it was run from within Windows, Saving Files and App's - which seemed to fix things.
But now.... (as above).
I notice that another systems (that have been around for a while) are showing:
Version 1709 16299:248
Anyway, I need this computer to be up-to-date and capable of getting updates and managing updates in the most reasonable way possible because I'm going to be using it as a test platform in the near term.
So, it seems to suggest that the existing sytem is more up-to-date than the "new" install I just did.
Perhaps that has something to do with this issue: "Some settings managed by your Organization"
I've read about it and it appears that its' a bug.
The suggested "fixes" using gpedit, etc. don't do a thing.
I'd be tempted to say that I'd like to get to :248. Does that seem reasonable?