Push Win 10 v1909 "Enablement Package" to Win10 machines?

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  • Jeff Percival

    Adrian Yhy, all of your 1803 and 1809 PCs will need the FULL upgrade using the ISO files. You cannot push a v1909 update to those machines.

    Patrick's solution above should work for those machines. I used a simpler command (setup.exe" /Auto Upgrade) but they should both get the job done.


    1903 can have a "quick update" done to upgrade to 1909 after the enablement package has been installed. THAT is what I want to know how to do.

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  • Patrick Mckelvey

    I've only tried this on a few and its worked so far.

     

    Step 1 - File Copy

    Source:  \\fileserver\Windows 10\Win10_1909.iso

    Target c:\temp

     

    Step 2 - Powershell script

    $driveletter = (Mount-DiskImage "c:\temp\Win10_1909.iso" -PassThru | Get-Volume).DriveLetter
    & "${driveletter}:\setup.exe" /Auto Upgrade /Compat IgnoreWarning /Dynamicupdate enable /showoobe none /CopyLogs c:\temp /quiet

     

    I had a 3rd step to delete the file and reboot but it didn't seem to want to wait for the actual install to happen.

    If anyone has a better way let me know too!

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  • Jeff Percival

    I'm not certain why an identical thread was created after my post of the same title a week or two ago, but here's my original.

    This is *NOT* "How do I install v1909 using an ISO" but rather "How do I get my 1903 machines to push the QUICK upgrade to 1909?"

    Our network has 130 PCs with 1903 and 116 PCs that have been upgraded to 1909.

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    Is there any way to get the 1903 machines to upgrade to 1909 without pushing the actual setup.exe from a 1909 ISO? 

    Computers with 1903 that are "ready" to upgrade to 1909 will upgrade via Windows Update in about 5 total minutes. From what I have read this is only possible after the "enablement package" has been deployed to the machine in question. This sounds waaaaay better than running the automated full in-place upgrade which will still take the better part of an hour.

    Is there any way to push/enable the enablement package to my 1903 machines? From what I have read it's not simply a downloadable KB and can only be pushed by a WSUS server.

    Thanks!

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  • Adrian Yhy

    Thanks for your response....

    I was starting to wonder as to why there are Win10 CU "packages" as "built-in" packages in PDQ deploy...

    After reading your post and also some other research,....I think they are not "update to 1909" etc but rather than a 1909 update...like update 1909.1 to 1909.2 etc....as I saw there are Jan 2020 updates for 1909...

    Thanks...

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