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How to Organize Updates Through Windows Update for Business

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If you are running a small business that has a single PC or are a vast company managing a several Windows 10 operating system, Windows Updates for Business is ideal to manage your deploy bulk. It is a cloud-based Windows updates service that you can manage through MDM, Group Policy or Intune to configure settings or how to control when Windows 10 operating system is updated. In this article, we will show you why you need to use Windows 10 updates for business. We will also share how you can update business updates on your device and how you can use these updates.


Windows Updating for Business

There are three things that you need to for small business, and IT should also know the windows updates for small business.”

  1. Why you need it?
  2. How you can get it?
  3. How to deploy updates?

 1) Why You Need It?

When you wish to manage updates for your computer, you need tools that can help you achieve the upgrades on your device and also save your time.

2) How You Can Get It?

Business Windows updates support on Windows 10 that has build 1511 or later. This is an inbuilt feature, and you don’t need to download additional or any third-party software tools on your device. The best thing is this feature is available on your PC as a system administrator and has no policy violation, and you also don’t need a domain.

3) How to Deploy Updates

There are four configurations on deploy updates that can be configured through MDM or group policy or Intune. In this article we will show you group policy that configures.

Here are the steps on how to configure group policy:

  1. Launch the “Group Policy Editor” and then navigate the given command.
  2. Tap on Configuration and then hit Administrative Templates.
  3. Now tap on Windows updates and then hit the Windows updates four business.
  4. Here you can see three policies that you can configure:
  5. Manage Preview Builds
  6. Choose the target Feature Update version
  7. Choose which Preview Builds and Feature Updates are received
  8. Choose which Quality Updates are received

1) Manage Preview Builds

You can use this feature to turn off the “Installation of preview builds.” It can also prevent the user from optioning for the Windows 10 insider programs via settings by simply hitting Updates and Security.

If you wish to make sure that all for your device possess current preview builds and stop features automatically, then you can turn on the preview build features.

2) Choose the Target Feature Update Version

You can also turn on feature updates version that is requested to scan substance. Here you need to remember that the exact version is listed on ReleaseInformationPage/aka.ms

3) Choose Which Preview Builds and Feature Updates are received

If you wish to testanother PC with previews builds, then this policy will help you to settings, for example, semi-Annual channel, fast, slow and more.

4) Choose which Quality Updates are received

Here you can find details of all received quality updates, and all are the same as you have seen in Windows 10 updates.

  • You can select to defer receiving quality updates for 30 days.
  • Temporarily stop updates for 30 days maximum.
  • To restart receiving Quality Updates, that you have stopped, you need to clear the start date option.
  • If you turn off or do not configure this policy, then Windows Update will not modify its behavior.

Rdx Tango is an avid technical blogger, a magazine contributor, a publisher of guides at mcafee.com/activate, and a professional cyber security analyst. Through her writing, she aims to educate people about the dangers and threats lurking in the digital world.

Source:- How to Organize Updates Through Windows Update for Business


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