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  1.    12 Mar 2017 #100
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yasak Hayat View Post
    Hi,

    Sory but I'm confused.
    What is the difference option 2 and 4?
    Yes different reg keys changing but I wondering which one must choose?
    In other saying same result with different ways or different ways and different results?


    Hello Yasak,

    Basically, option 2 turns on/off driver updates from Settings via registry.

    Option 4 enables/disable driver updates using group policy via registry.

    Group policy will override Settings.
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  2.    12 Mar 2017 #101
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brink View Post
    Hello Yasak,

    Basically, option 2 turns on/off driver updates from Settings via registry.

    Option 4 enables/disable driver updates using group policy via registry.

    Group policy will override Settings.
    So option two is useless because option four already doing same thing. (Or opposite)
    Sory but I'm still confused. In my logic one of them must delete from tutorial
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  3.    12 Mar 2017 #102
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    They are basically two different ways to do the same thing.

    Option 1 and 2 is to do so via a setting from Settings.

    Option 3 and 4 is to do so via a policy in Group Policy that will override Option 1 and 2.

    You can check both to make sure they're set how you wanted though.
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  4.    12 Mar 2017 #103
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brink View Post
    They are basically two different ways to do the same thing.

    Option 1 and 2 is to do so via a setting from Settings.

    Option 3 and 4 is to do so via a policy in Group Policy that will override Option 1 and 2.

    You can check both to make sure they're set how you wanted though.
    Thank you for answers. Have a good day
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  5.    12 Mar 2017 #104
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    You're most welcome.
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  6.    13 Mar 2017 #105
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    ten 64

    as add , I think

    the service Device Install Service [ DeviceInstall ]
    can be also mentioned here as option

    I use in an elevated command prompt
    net start DeviceInstall
    for forcing the driver updates
    on a fresh win 10 install with internet access on.

    I do no tested , but I think that a value disabled for the startup of this service
    will disable also the driver updates.

    possibly to work also in 7 and/or 8.x

    c
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  7.    13 Mar 2017 #106
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yasak Hayat View Post
    So option two is useless because option four already doing same thing. (Or opposite)
    Sory but I'm still confused. In my logic one of them must delete from tutorial
    Quote Originally Posted by Brink View Post
    They are basically two different ways to do the same thing.

    Option 1 and 2 is to do so via a setting from Settings.

    Option 3 and 4 is to do so via a policy in Group Policy that will override Option 1 and 2.

    You can check both to make sure they're set how you wanted though.
    Quote Originally Posted by Yasak Hayat View Post
    Thank you for answers. Have a good day
    @Yasak Hayat

    Group Policy editing is not available in Windows 10 Home edition. Settings would be the only option, if you or anyone else is running Home edition. Just for clarification.
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  8.    13 Mar 2017 #107
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    Quote Originally Posted by f14tomcat View Post
    @Yasak Hayat

    Group Policy editing is not available in Windows 10 Home edition. Settings would be the only option, if you or anyone else is running Home edition. Just for clarification.
    @f14tomcat

    You can still set group policy in the Windows 10 Home edition, but you must manually do so via Registry Editor instead of easily in Local Group Policy Editor since the Local Group Policy Editor is not available in the Windows 10 Home edition.

    Option 4 in this tutorial is for how to set this group policy in Registry Editor.
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  9.    13 Mar 2017 #108
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brink View Post
    @f14tomcat

    You can still set group policy in the Windows 10 Home edition, but you must manually do so via Registry Editor instead of easily in Local Group Policy Editor since the Local Group Policy Editor is not available in the Windows 10 Home edition.

    Option 4 in this tutorial is for how to set this group policy in Registry Editor.
    That's what I meant, No GUI editor in Home.
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  10.    13 Mar 2017 #109
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    Ok. I thought that was probably what you meant, but just wanted to clarify to help avoid confusion.
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