Run gpupdate at login

In our company we have many conference room computers that multiple users log into at any given time. What we are seeing is that when a new user logs into a conference room computer for the first time not all settings are update. We will do a reboot or a gpupdate and then all the settings in place. Is there any script or command we could put in a GPO to have gpupdate run upon login? We would want it hidden and not impact the login experience. This is for Windows 10 computers mainly but some Windows 7 machines. Thank you.
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Probably some GPO require an update for the read and a second update for apply the settings...

You can creare a scheduled job via GPO prefences for execute the gpupdate /force

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Create a scheduled task and use a trigger "at logon of any user". Task execution account: system.
Action: gpupdate /target:computer
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