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    • in reply to: 2020 patching starts with a bang! #2088029
      igno11
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      So you keep delaying updates until you get the green light, and then revert to auto-updating?

      in reply to: 2020 patching starts with a bang! #2087919
      igno11
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      Well how about that! I did end up needing to use Troubleshooter, it eliminated any remaining settings getting in the way of updates, and I still have v. 1903. Thank you so much.

      Now is there a way to pick and choose updates, and if not, what is the value of Susan Bradley’s posts about what to install or not install?

      in reply to: 2020 patching starts with a bang! #2087902
      igno11
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      Looks like screenshot didn’t make it. Trying again here. I am on v. 1903.

       

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      in reply to: 2020 patching starts with a bang! #2087901
      igno11
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      Here is a screenshot. I am pretty sure all I need to do is change “disabled” to “enabled”, since that is all I originally changed. But then I imagine I’ll get an immediate update of everything I do and do not want, pronto. ??

      Also, oops, it was end of October that I moved from Win 7 to Win 10+, not last summer. How time flies. No updates since Oct. 25. That’s a little easier to deal with. Where do I find a succinct list of updates that are a “yes” since then?

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      in reply to: 2020 patching starts with a bang! #2087890
      igno11
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      I posted this elsewhere on the site, but it disappeared, and the problem remains. Back last summer, I but the bullet and migrated to Win10 Pro. Following instructions I’d read on this site, I used group policy settings to prevent auto updates. But since then I have made no manual updates because I cannot figure out how to change settings such that I can pick and choose. I am sure this is pretty basic, but could someone please walk me through the process? Thanks!

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