Some Windows 10 workstations on my network are still running early versions of Windows 10 (1507, 1607, 1703, etc).
All workstations are on the active directory domain, and WSUS 2012 is managing all of the updates. If you log into one of these workstations it says updates are being managed by your organization, and it appears that updates are getting installed. But why don't these workstations get upgraded to the latest version of Windows 10 through WSUS? Is this by design? Is there an option you need to set in WSUS to tell it to install feature/version updates, not just minor/security updates?
As a test, on a few of these workstations I went to the Windows Update control panel and clicked the link to check for updates from Microsoft. This apparently allows you to override the WSUS management. When I click on that link, Windows checks for updates and sure enough it finds (and starts downloading) 'Cumulative update for Windows 10 Version 1607', 'Feature update to Windows 10 version 1803', etc. In other words, this manual process seems to be the only way they can get upgraded to the latest release of Windows 10.
I'm trying to get all Windows 10 workstations on the latest build but I want to do it through WSUS.
In WSUS I created a view called 'Windows 10 Upgrade' and selected the classifications and products in the screen shots below: