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Old 06-06-19, 03:10 PM
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Win 10 updates pending but can't force install - screen grab included

My Win 10 is finding updates just fine, but it won't auto-install and I can't force it to install them. Below is what I see in the update section of Settings.

I click on the "download" button and nothing happens, and Windows won't install the Pending updates on restart. I've enabled auto-updates in Policy Settings and allowed download over a metered connection but I can't get the Pending updates to install - anybody have any ideas?

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Why does windows think you're using a metered connection?
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Old 07-06-19, 05:17 AM
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Why does windows think you're using a metered connection?
I set it that way via the registry when I first installed it to stop it doing automatic updates without my consent. It has never interfered with updates until now.
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Reset your registry back to default and use WUB to block updates, when you need to update just open WUB and re-enable updates : https://www.sordum.org/9470/windows-...-blocker-v1-2/
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