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Windows 10 Implementation?? RRS feed

  • Question

  • Couple of questions regarding the roll out of Windows 10.

    1. First, Not seeing KB3095113 on my WSUS Server running on Windows Server 2012. Do I need to enable a specific classification for see this hotfix? Or, should I manually install the hotfix on its own? 

    2. Our domain has 30 PC's currently running Windows 7 SP1. These are OEM, not volume licensed. I would much prefer to roll out Windows 10 one PC at a time as I am the only I.T. Admin at this small business. What is the best method for a roll out like this? Should I use WSUS "once the Windows 10 update is available" and create a WSUS group for Windows 10 moving each user PC to the group as needed? Alternatives?

    3. There is a compatibility check for home users who upgraded from 7/8/8.1 to 10. Is there a similar tool for businesses? Would be helpful to know if any programs currently in use would be incompatible. 

    Thanks


    Wednesday, December 9, 2015 3:53 PM

All replies

  • 1. Yes, look at this blog post.

    Important update for WSUS 4.0 (KB 3095113)

    Thursday, December 10, 2015 9:34 AM
  • Understood, but would prefer to install the update one at a time. We're a 24 X 7 operation so allowing an install of this magnitude to update using WSUS is concerning. Thoughts on my second question below?

    #2...  "Should I use WSUS "once the Windows 10 update is available" and create a WSUS group for Windows 10 moving each user PC to the group as needed? Alternatives?"

    Thanks


    Thursday, December 10, 2015 2:21 PM