Controlling Windows 10 feature updates

This week is all about controlling Windows 10 feature updates. A couple of months ago a new policy type was introduced to control Windows 10 feature updates. And even more recent, support for Windows Autopilot devices was added to that policy type. That latest addition was the trigger for this blog post. In this post I’ll start with a short introduction about the different options for controlling Windows 10 feature updates, followed by more details about the Windows 10 feature updates policy. I’ll end this post by looking at the configuration options. Introducing the control options for Windows 10 feature updates Now let’s with an introduction about the options to control Windows 10 feature updates by using Microsoft Intune. I’m deliberately naming it controlling – …

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Easily configuring Windows Update for Business via Windows 10 MDM

This week a blog post about easily configuring Windows Update for Business (WUfB). I call it easily, as I did a post about something similar about a year ago. That time It was required to configure everything with custom OMA-URI settings. Starting with Configuration Manager 1706, an easier configuration option is available for the most important settings, by using the Configuration Manager administration console. For Microsoft Intune standalone this was already available for a while. In this post I’ll walk through the easy configuration options for Microsoft Intune hybrid and standalone and I’ll end this post with the end-user experience. Configuration Now let’s start by walking through the configuration steps for Microsoft Intune hybrid and standalone. However, before doing that it’s good to mention that …

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Managing Windows Update for Business on Windows 10 via OMA-DM

This week another blog post about Windows 10 and OMA-DM. This week I’m going to have a look at managing Windows Update for Business on Windows 10. However, this time I’ll group the currently available policy settings per subject, to easily provide some more background information. Also, by now I assume that I don’t have to go through all the steps to create a Configuration Item or a Configuration Policy anymore. To manage Windows Update for Business, IT organizations can use the Policy configuration service provider (CSP) and to report about Windows Update for Business IT organizations can mainly use the Update CSP. During this blog post I’ll provide more information about Windows Update for Business, the Policy CSP, the Update CSP and the available …

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