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frogben998

Windows 10 won't download updates, help me.

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Like the title says, several updates are shown in the updates section that won't download, and in the same section it says some settings are managed by your organization despite me being in NO organization or whatever... help please

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Try going to Settings -> Privacy -> Feedback & Diagnostics.  If the second option "Diagnostics and Usage Data" is set to basic then try setting it to either "Enhanced" or "full" and the nonsense "Managed by Your Organization" message should go away.

 

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This happen to me it turned out it was my antivirus blocking the downloads. l ended up changing antivirus then worked fine.

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The Anti-Virus bocking a connection from the OS? how odd.

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most Virus Protection programs aren't quite up to speed with Windows 10 yet. It happens with every new OS.

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Try going to Settings -> Privacy -> Feedback & Diagnostics.  If the second option "Diagnostics and Usage Data" is set to basic then try setting it to either "Enhanced" or "full" and the nonsense "Managed by Your Organization" message should go away.

 

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for some reason when i try to set this to full, a little loadingcircle spins next to it, and if i change tabs and go back, it goes back to basic

what, do they NOT want me to send them info?

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for some reason when i try to set this to full, a little loadingcircle spins next to it, and if i change tabs and go back, it goes back to basic

what, do they NOT want me to send them info?

 

This maybe because you have set Local Group Policy settings.  You may have done this unwittingly during your first time setup OR it could be the result of malware so scan you system.  If your certain this is NOT the result of malware then continue. 

 

If you haven't done so already type User Account Control in the search bar and open the app (Fig 1).  Then adjust the UAC slider all the way down to the bottom.  (I advise everyone to do this, it's a useless, annoying and obstructive feature anyway).

 

Fig 1

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I can't believe Microsoft still include this crap despite nearly a decade of complaints!

 

Then type edit group policy into the search bar and open the app (Fig 2). Expand the the icon for Computer Configuration ->  Administrative Components -> Windows Update and double click the first setting.

 

Fig 2

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Note that the Windows update folder is under windows components but out of frame.

 

You should new see a window like this (Fig 3), it's possible the specific setting on top might be different but it doesn't matter.  Cycle through each setting selecting "Not Configured" if this is not selected by default.

 

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If you did have to change any of these try this again.

 

Try going to Settings -> Privacy -> Feedback & Diagnostics.  If the second option "Diagnostics and Usage Data" is set to basic then try setting it to either "Enhanced" or "full" and the nonsense "Managed by Your Organization" message should go away.

 

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Why doesn't this sound like your install wasn't done right... :huh:

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well somehow the issue w/ the diagnostic data fixed itself...

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