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  #1945422 23-Jan-2018 14:27
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nzkiwiman:

 

^ I guess my home machine is about to get an update ...

 

 

Woke up Saturday morning to a system that was trying to schedule an update.

 

Turned on my backup drive, took a system snapshot and then let it update - expecting it to take a few hours.
Came back 20 minutes later and it was done

 

No issues so far


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  #1945662 23-Jan-2018 19:36
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The video on the SaaS path might be a sales pitch for all I know, but it does appear from 1709 on those 300mb-1gb patches each month are set to reduce another 20% in compression and start inspecting and only downloading/deploying what's missing which I guess is a bonus for corporate infrastructure where mobile devices are rife.


 
 
 
 


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  #1947258 26-Jan-2018 17:36
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After Windows update runs 1709, failing and rolling back about 5 times, I'm trying to disable Windows update so it's not forced on me again for a while, getting tired of the time wasted.  Problem is Windows Update keeps re-enabling itself and trying to get me to update.  How do you disable update so it doesn't re-enable?? 


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  #1948515 30-Jan-2018 10:37
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Alky:

 

... How do you disable update so it doesn't re-enable?? 

 

 

You cant.
MS is closing off all previous 'hacks' for disabling Winupdates

Try this instead
https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/8013-enable-disable-windows-update-automatic-updates-windows-10-a-50.html#post1236513

 

 


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  #1948575 30-Jan-2018 11:55
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Thanks.  :)

 

 


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