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  1.    09 Dec 2017 #490
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    Quote Originally Posted by cereberus View Post
    You disable them and then wonder why in post #481 why the update now button just shows you are up to date?
    Sorry for my poor English, but I did not say or imply 'I wonder why' in post #481.
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  2.    09 Dec 2017 #491
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew Wai View Post
    Sorry for my poor English, but I did not say or imply 'I wonder why' in post #481.
    Then what was point of #481?
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  3.    10 Dec 2017 #492
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    Quote Originally Posted by cereberus View Post
    Then what was point of #481?
    The point was that the commands in post #473 seemed to work at my end.

    Quote Originally Posted by cereberus View Post
    Disabling updates can use all sorts of issues. It is a bad plan.
    Under the plan, I can still receive notifications given by my VBScript, which checks for updates every day, so it is not bad for me.

    Quote Originally Posted by f14tomcat View Post
    Agree, especially since the missing ones are security updates.
    I did receive notification of the security updates, which have already been downloaded manually.
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  4.    13 Dec 2017 #493
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    Matthew,

    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew Wai View Post
    16299.64
    Your build number indicates that KB4048955 has already been installed.

    There has been another cumulative update since then, KB4051963, which will change your build number to 16299.98

    Added later -
    As pointed out by Josey below, cumulative update KB4054517 was issued on 11th December 2017. It will further raise your build number to 16299.125.

    Denis
    Last edited by Try3; 13 Dec 2017 at 15:57.
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  5.    13 Dec 2017 #494
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  6.    13 Dec 2017 #495
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    Quote Originally Posted by Try3 View Post
    As pointed out by Josey below, cumulative update KB4054517 was issued on 11th December 2017.
    Yes, my Windows Update MiniTool found it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Try3 View Post
    There has been another cumulative update since then, KB4051963
    No, this one was not found.
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  7.    14 Dec 2017 #496
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    Matthew,

    If your update checking tool found KB4054517 and you installed it, you will neither find nor need KB4051963, KB4048955.

    But it should have found KB4051963 during the interim period between KB4051963 being issued on 27/28/29 November and KB4054517 being issued on 11/12 December.

    Denis
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  8.    14 Dec 2017 #497
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    For the reference, to completely disable checking for Windows Updates.

    Remove "SoftwareDistribution" and create a nonexistent shortcut to it, checking for updates will fail.
    Code:
    taskkill /im TiWorker.exe /f
    net stop wuauserv /y
    rd "%WINDIR%\SoftwareDistribution" /s /q
    mklink /d "%WINDIR%\SoftwareDistribution" "X:\SoftwareDistribution"
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  9.    15 Dec 2017 #498
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    Quote Originally Posted by TairikuOkami View Post
    to completely disable checking for Windows Updates.
    Including manual checking?
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  10.    15 Dec 2017 #499
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew Wai View Post
    Including manual checking?
    Yes, some people do not want any updates, but I wonder, if even installing updates manually would work.
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