Disable Windows 10 Pro 20H2 Update Notifcation

mavsafe-9397 176 Reputation points

What type of notification is this and how do you disable it with Group Policy?



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  1. mavsafe-9397 176 Reputation points

    After a lot of searching and testing I found out this is the setting I needed to configure to prevent the pop-up notifications

    Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\Windows Components\Windows Update\Display options for update notifications

    0 (default) – Use the default Windows Update notifications
    1 – Turn off all notifications, excluding restart warnings
    2 – Turn off all notifications, including restart warnings

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  1. Percival Yang 721 Reputation points

    First of all, we don’t suggest users disable Windows Update manually for security’s sake.
    Quote’’ On Windows 10, quality updates (or cumulative updates) download and install automatically as soon as they become available.’’
    Normally, windows check for updates every day. I think yours belongs to quality updates (or cumulative updates) which release around the second Tuesday every month.

    From the pictures you posted, I think you can manage close the Update notification. To learn more about GPO settings. Please do the following steps
    Search→input, advanced options→view configured update policies→Learn more about GPO(font in blue)

    Here is the http when click the ‘’Learn more about Group Policies that affect windows behaviour’’

    If you insist on closing windows update, here is the link including several methods
    Note: Since the websites are not hosted by Microsoft, the links may change without notice. Microsoft does not guarantee the accuracy of this information. And remember to backup registry.

    Hope this can help you
    If your need further help, be free reply to me at your convenience.


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