Windows 10

Re: Windows 10

Postby jddcef » 16.08.2015, 09:43

harry wrote:The current stable version WSUSOU 9.8 doesn't support Windows 10.

Torsten (WSUSUpdateAdmin) is preparing WSUSOU v10.0, which supports Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016; please see :arrow: http://trac.wsusoffline.net/browser/trunk (r681)

That's fantastic.

I also noticed yesterday in the latest cumulative update for windows 10 they say there's two options to get the update, windows update, or via the Microsoft Update Catalog
> To obtain the stand-alone package for this update, go to the Microsoft Update Catalog website catalog.update.microsoft.com. e.g. and search for the latest cumulative update, i.e. http://catalog.update.microsoft.com/v7/ ... =KB3081438
This will be useful in the interim to get the updates offline.
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Re: Windows 10

Postby MyLifeIsTech » 16.08.2015, 14:29

jddcef wrote:That's fantastic.

I also noticed yesterday in the latest cumulative update for windows 10 they say there's two options to get the update, windows update, or via the Microsoft Update Catalog
> To obtain the stand-alone package for this update, go to the Microsoft Update Catalog website catalog.update.microsoft.com. e.g. and search for the latest cumulative update, i.e. http://catalog.update.microsoft.com/v7/ ... =KB3081438
This will be useful in the interim to get the updates offline.


Just imagine, if WOU actually supports Windows 10 in the future, we just might be able to work around the forced automatic updates by disabling the Windows Update service and using WOU to get bug fixes and new features, only when we decide to. And without internet. (That is if my theory works...there are multiple factors to consider in)
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