Windows 10 began with version 1507 and was first released in July of 2015 (that’s how they number the release by the way, year/month). Since then they have regularly released two updates each year, and each time it can either go smoothly or be disastrous.
If you’re like any cautious IT person, you wait a little bit before potentially unleashing Microsoft’s terror on your organization. You also want to have a controlled method of rolling out each new version.
While you could just approve the update through WSUS and let nature take its course, many may opt for a safer route. Allow me to introduce that route to you. Continue reading “Upgrade to new Windows 10 version via command line automation”