These settings allow you to control the behavior of Windows Update on managed Windows devices.
These options are available for Windows 10.
To view, edit, or delete Windows Update policies:
- 1. To view, edit, or delete Windows Update policies for the entire organization, navigate to the dashboard home page. To view, edit, or delete Windows Update policies for a group or sub group, navigate to that group or sub group.
- 2. Click Policies.
- 3. Click Windows Update. The following will be displayed:
|Scheduled install day||Options:
|Scheduled install time||Options:
|Allow custom update server||OffTo deploy Windows update packages from a network location, rather than from the official Windows Update website, turn this option On, then enter the URL for the update server in the Update Service URL field below.||Windows 10|
|Allow non-Microsoft signed updates||OffTo update other applications, and not just Windows, turn this option On. Updates will be sourced from the location specified in the Update Service URL field below.||Windows 10|
|Update service URL||Enter the URL or IP Address for the update service in this field.||Windows 10|
|Defer non-security upgrades||OffTo conserve bandwidth, turn this option On to configure Windows Update to send security patches only.||Windows 10|