best way to apply Windows 1809 update to VMs?

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    best way to apply Windows 1809 update to VMs?


    I have some VMS that I don't use very much. They were created at least a year ago, so I want to update them to 1809. What's the best way to do that? I will be using a bootable USB drive created with Rufus using an image created by Media Creation Tool.

    Thanks,

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    10 Home x64 (1809) (10 Pro on 2nd pc)
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    Do these VMs have a network connection? If so, make the ISO image created by the MCT available in a network share. Then in the VM connect to the share, mount the ISO then run the Setup.exe on the root of the drive to start the upgrade.
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    Most VMs allow an iso to be connected as a virtual drive. So then just run setup.exe from the virtual drive.
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    Thanks to everyone who replied.

    x509
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