You should create separate Group Policy objects for groups of computers that have different update installation requirements.For example, if you deploy updates to the IT department first as part of a pilot deployment, IT computers should have their own Group Policy object with settings that place them in a specific WSUS target group for the pilot project.When you set a connection as “metered,” Windows 10 won’t automatically download updates on it.Windows 10 will automatically set certain types of connections — cellular data connections, for example — as metered.If you’re currently using WSUS to manage Windows updates in your environment, you can continue to do so in Windows 10.To be able to use WSUS to manage and deploy Windows 10 feature updates, you must have WSUS 4.0, which is available in the Windows Server 2012 R2 and Windows Server 2012 operating systems.WSUS is a Windows Server role available in the Windows Server operating systems.
I believe the setting does not really change until a check for updates occurs. It no longer says 'Some settings are managed by your orginization' and now says 'Updates will be automatically downloaded and installed' (Paraphrased) again.
Many of our clients tend to ignore these messages,Â but they are critical to maintain system security and stability.
To simplify the process, let's configure Windows 10 Automatic Updates.
My 'Configure automatic updating' is still set to '2 - Notify for download and notify for install'. I really, really need control over what is going to be updated on my machines. I want to see what is going to be updated before the update occurs (I will read the description of the KB and read the file list).
2.) I live in a rural area and my IP is only ~1.2M down.