How do I get Windows 10 build version to resume upgrade after a shutdown as opposed to a reboot?

BLK_2023 0 Reputation points
2023-04-03T19:59:40.4866667+00:00

Trying to upgrade our estate to 22H2 from 21H2. Some users are great and leave their devices online overnight so that my team and I can upgrade them. However, the majority aren't doing this so I am thinking I need to deploy the upgrade during the day with the /noreboot option. The following command line has been tested and does exactly what I want if, and only if, the device is then restarted: - SETUP.EXE /Auto Upgrade /showoobe none /Quiet /NoReboot /DynamicUpdate Disable /Compat ignorewarning If I shut the device down, which is what a user will do at the end of the working day, the upgrade doesn't resume when the device is then powered back on. Is there a reason for this? Or any other way of getting the upgrade to resume following a shutdown and not just a reboot? Thanks

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