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update win 10 policy

dears,
i've my domain 2016 and the clients are win 10 most of them build 1607 can i make update to last build using GPO
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Seth Simmons

8/22/2022 - Mon
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You may deploy a scheduled task via GPO that updates windows to the latest win10 version.
You may also use your in-house WSUS to do that.

Do you use WSUS?
asfourcrystal

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thanks McKnife for your replay, but if i need to allow update windows through GPO for specific computers how can i do that (domain 2016) also i don't have wsus server
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asfourcrystal

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no i don't have wsus, i just need to allow feature windows update for group of PCs
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WSUS? I was showing you a way with group policy preferences, not WSUS.
asfourcrystal

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ok, i'm trying it McKnife, but i also made another thing for test that i create an OU, move my pc on it  and create GPO for this OU only, try to create reg key to make some changes for the path of the automatic update but i don't find my PC change the value even if i change it manually i found it come back with the old one, is there any issue on the GPO on windows server 2016 (domain controller)
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Please rephrase that in better english, It is very hard to understand.
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asfourcrystal

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ok, mr mcknife, sorry to be late in replay, what i need to do now after testing your solution, i just want to make allow the automatic update for win 10 through gpo on specific PCs (collected on one group), whatever the build number, i don't want to determine specific build
McKnife

The script checks if the upgrade was already performed, that's the reason for the build-check. So it will start the upgrade on all builds below the current build, which is what you want.

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