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  Reply # 1452941 18-Dec-2015 12:24
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bagheera:
paulmilbank: Just to add to this after a long time, My work laptop with 10240 Enterprise finally got offered 10586, I updated it and then it did the updates to .29 and .36. Obviously we didn't have the LTSB media which is good. I didn't take note of the KB number that actually installed it though. All working fine and looking good. 


this using WSuS or windows update?


I just checked using windows update online.




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  Reply # 1453047 18-Dec-2015 14:30
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looking on our wsus server - look like it windows 7, 8.1, 10 (10240) -> 10 1511, not what i was wanting with just windows 10 upgrades. most likely if i want to use this would have to push out reg hack to stop upgrades to windows 7, 81 pc first.

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  Reply # 1453069 18-Dec-2015 14:59
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bagheera: looking on our wsus server - look like it windows 7, 8.1, 10 (10240) -> 10 1511, not what i was wanting with just windows 10 upgrades. most likely if i want to use this would have to push out reg hack to stop upgrades to windows 7, 81 pc first.

sigh.


wouldn't you just target the updates at your Win10 1507 machines and not down-level if that's what you want?

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  Reply # 1453071 18-Dec-2015 15:04
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our windows 10 pc are in the same container as windows 7, and same wsus policy for all pc  - so would have do work to split out and target just windows 10 pc.

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  Reply # 1462103 6-Jan-2016 08:18
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bagheera:
nathan: Windows 10 Enterprise 1511 bits were published to Windows Update (and therefore, to Windows Update for Business too) this week, but only offered to PCs currently running Windows 10 Enterprise 1507 (original RTM version) and activated using a MAK product key.


so KMS product key will not upgrade yet?



Nathan,


I have the same question:   We have a large number of non-Domain, "standalone", Windows-Update-only-updating, Windows 10 Enterprise systems running build 1507/10240 -- that are KMS-activated.   In fact all of the Windows machines on our campus (probably close to 25K if not more) are all KMS-activated.   We do not use MAK activation.

When will those see the 1511 update in Windows Update?    Is there a timeframe for this?    Will those kinds of "standalone" Enterprise installs always be the *last* to see OS updates moving forward?   (In practice, these "non-managed" Enterprise installs are no different than a "Home/Professional" install -- so they should see them sooner....)



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  Reply # 1489912 10-Feb-2016 19:06
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To use Windows Update (or Windows Update for Business) for KMS-activated devices, you need to set a Registry key on the device.

On the device where you want to enable Windows 10 upgrade using Windows Update, open an administrator command prompt.

Run the following command:

reg add HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\WindowsUpdate\OSUpgrade /f /v AllowKMSUpgrade /t REG_DWORD /d 1

Important After you set the registry key, the device must connect to the corporate network and be activated after upgrade completes.

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