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# 177432 2-Aug-2015 18:01
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Does the Win 10 enterprise disk have an option to update a computer and leave the programs like the regular version through Windows updates, or is it a complete wipe-everything install? Thanks.

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  # 1358020 3-Aug-2015 17:13
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After running this scenario in a VM with our 8.1 enterprise image and a newly minted windows 10 enterprise iso, I would give it a stamp of works on my machine. Seemed OK, everything worked pretty much from my half minute of testing and all seemed sound. My apps were still there but i forgot to create a test file of two to see if they stuck around. If you have a serious Enterprise deployment, I was reading about a SCCM task sequence to do the update and keep user data. Can't find the link now, but it looks to be a supported upgrade path.




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  # 1358066 3-Aug-2015 18:04
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Enterprise is an in place upgrade just like every other edition of Windows 10

but it is not available nor deployed through WU

you must obtain the media and the license elsewhere

 
 
 
 




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  # 1358278 4-Aug-2015 00:10
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Great, thanks!

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