K1000, IPv4 Network with 150+ Enduser Workstations, Windows 10 (x64) OS. Ref: 3rd Party Updates, Patching. Ref: KACE Installation Scripts, Scheduled Distribution. 

Does a Windows 10 locked-screen (ctrl+alt+del "lock") interfere with scheduled distribution or scripted installs? I ask this question because I seem to have a random number of computers that routinely fail after-hours updates and suspect that the users are not signing off properly but instead are locking their screens. I am curious to know if others have encountered this and if so, what measures were taken to get around it -- aside from the obvious call to said user. Thanks!
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