Here are the steps to configure update and restart or update and shutdown options using Group Policy:
- Open the Group Policy Management Console on your domain controller.
- Create a new Group Policy Object (GPO) or edit an existing one that applies to the Windows 10 Pro client computers.
- Navigate to Computer Configuration > Policies > Administrative Templates > Windows Components > Windows Update.
- Locate the "Configure Automatic Updates" policy and double-click it to open the policy settings.
- Select the "Enabled" option, then choose the update option you want to configure from the drop-down menu. In this case, you can choose either "4 - Auto download and schedule the install" or "3 - Auto download and notify for install."
- If you chose "4 - Auto download and schedule the install," then you can configure the "Scheduled install day" and "Scheduled install time" options to specify when you want the updates to be installed on the client computers.
- If you chose "3 - Auto download and notify for install," then you can configure the "Configure Automatic Updates" policy to enable the "Allow Automatic Updates immediate installation" option. This will give users the option to install updates and restart or shut down their computers.
- Click "Apply" and "OK" to save the policy settings.
- Finally, link the GPO to the organizational unit (OU) containing the Windows 10 Pro client computers.
Below you will find a link from Microsoft
This article includes screenshots and detailed explanations of the steps involved in configuring Windows Update settings using Group Policy and WSUS. It also includes information on how to troubleshoot common issues with Windows Update.
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