With the Anniversary Release of Windows 10 build 1607, will I be able to push this from my K1000 box or will I have to get it from Microsoft Updates instead?
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I am trying to get an answer from Support on this right now.  
Answered 08/29/2016 by: pschiele
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  • Did you ever get an answer on this?
    • I did. They do not currently have an answer, as this is treated as an "Upgrade". I am not 100% sure, but it is my belief that Microsoft rolled this out to it's "Home" versions, and is kind of leaving us (we use Professional, not Enterprise) in the dark. Do you use Windows 10 Professional (either x86 or x64)? Is the update being advertised if you do a "Windows Update"?
      • I manually did some, but have not seen it on any of my machines via Windows Update yet. My understanding is they were adding it to WSUS on August 16th, which is why I was hoping it'd be the same through Kace.
      • I'm running Enterprise and manually loaded a machine with 1511 and did a Windows Update to see if it was there yet and it was not.
    • Honestly, call KACE about this, and tell them your findings. They seem to be very confused on this, and the more users that voice their concern (and this is a real headache), might trigger them to fix it.
      • I think Lumension is the real hold up, not them, but it will put pressure on them to get this addressed.
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I created a script based off of this post, and I have it working going from build 1511 to build 1607. I'm more curious as to how everyone is handling the upgrade. It does take about 30 minutes or so.

It's not going to come through MS updates. 
Answered 09/07/2016 by: dugullett
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  • That link didn't work.
    • http://www.itninja.com/blog/view/upgrading-from-windows-7-8-to-windows-10-via-k1000-script
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