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  1.    18 Oct 2017 #30
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    Didn't change anything; even after a reboot
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    I have this turned off:
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    But still WU shows this:
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    And it's a desktop, not a mobile device, and Normal Win10 Pro:
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  2.    18 Oct 2017 #31
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    @Cliff S,

    Tutorial now updated.
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  3.    18 Oct 2017 #32
    Join Date : Aug 2016
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    10 Home x64 (1709) (10 Pro on 2nd pc)

    Quote Originally Posted by Cliff S View Post
    Hi Shawn, are you going to update the update tutorial?
    I noticed this change with the FCU....
    Quote Originally Posted by cereberus View Post
    That some settings usually comes up when you have used Group Policy Editor to change some policy.
    In this case it's not gpedit, rather the *some settings are manage by your organisation message is a result of ticking the new policy box just below 'Pause updates'. See this thread...
    Cumulative Update KB4043961 Build 16299.19 for PC

    See also: Turn On or Off Pause Updates for Windows Update in Windows 10 Windows Update Activation Tutorials

    That policy box also appears in Home's settings page now. Once ticked there's a policy in place, unticking it doesn't remove the policy, just disables it. There appears to be no obvious way to remove the policy (and hence the 'managed by...' message). Here's Home after upgrading to FCU.

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  4.    18 Oct 2017 #33
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bree View Post
    In this case it's not gpedit, rather the *some settings are manage by your organisation message is a result of ticking the new policy box just below 'Pause updates'. See this thread...
    Cumulative Update KB4043961 Build 16299.19 for PC

    See also: Turn On or Off Pause Updates for Windows Update in Windows 10 Windows Update Activation Tutorials

    That policy box also appears in Home's settings page now. Once ticked there's a policy in place, unticking it doesn't remove the policy, just disables it. There appears to be no obvious way to remove the policy (and hence the 'managed by...' message). Here's Home after upgrading to FCU.

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    Thanks @Bree

    Now I know nothing is wrong, and won't need to waste time looking, or my last step would have been, repair install.
    If it is just some stuck info thing, it can stay put.

    Yeah I played with that setting, after upgrading(even though I have absolutely no need for it).
    I guess you could call it Windows click bait
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  5.    18 Oct 2017 #34
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    Thanks Shawn, the more in-depth explanation is much better(SAC-targeted & SAC)
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  6.    18 Oct 2017 #35
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cliff S View Post
    Yeah I played with that setting, after upgrading(even though I have absolutely no need for it).
    I guess you could call it Windows click bait
    It doesn't seem to be a normal gpedit policy.

    Once set the red message appears whichever way you set it. It's can be set On or Off, but either way it counts as having set a policy. There appears to be no mechanism (especially in Home) to set it back to 'unconfigured' as you can in gpedit. The blue View configured updates policies link that also appears after ticking the box says it's a 'Mobile Device Management' policy.

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  7.    18 Oct 2017 #36
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bree View Post
    It doesn't seem to be a normal gpedit policy.

    Once set the red message appears whichever way you set it. It's can be set On or Off, but either way it counts as having set a policy. There appears to be no mechanism (especially in Home) to set it back to 'unconfigured' as you can in gpedit. The blue View configured updates policies link that also appears after ticking the box says it's a 'Mobile Device Management' policy.

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    Oh well, I'm just glad I don't have Obsessive–compulsive disorder (OCD)
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  8.    18 Oct 2017 #37
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    Win 10 Pro x64

    Quote Originally Posted by Bree View Post
    It doesn't seem to be a normal gpedit policy.

    Once set the red message appears whichever way you set it. It's can be set On or Off, but either way it counts as having set a policy. There appears to be no mechanism (especially in Home) to set it back to 'unconfigured' as you can in gpedit. The blue View configured updates policies link that also appears after ticking the box says it's a 'Mobile Device Management' policy.

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    I'm experiencing the same thing. I'm investigating if there's a way to fix this.
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  9.    21 Oct 2017 #38
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    @Bree and Shawn.
    I finally got rid or it(some settings managed....)

    I know I said I probably wouldn't, but...
    I did a repair install.

    I don't have OCD 1
    I don't have OCD 1,2
    I don't have OCD 1, 2, 3
    I don't have OCD 1, 2 3, 4
    I don't have OCD 1, 2 3, 4, 5
    Anyhow, I was also getting crash errors with the People toolbar in the sys tray, and a couple of other blips in the system, and I thought it might have to do with that I had upgraded with that leaked trick, to get the upgrade from Microsoft's server using PS to add that .cab file, so I went and got the "official" ISO using the "upgrade now" selection.

    Anyhow the text is now gone
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  10.    21 Oct 2017 #39
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    @Cliff S, it's good to know it can be done - now all we have to do is track down the elusive registry key so we can have another @Brink tutorial

    My test machine (and ocd) may help there
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