Threshold 2 ISOs are no longer available right now
Microsoft removed the Windows 10 Threshold 2 (also known as November Update) ISO download links during the weekend, but the company hasnít provided a reason to explain why users are now allowed to get the new version only from Windows Update.
But according to Microsoft MVP Greg Carmack, the decision to remove the ISOs might have something to do with activation issues that were first spotted one week ago and which are currently investigated by the Windows team.
In a post on Microsoftís Community forums, Carmack says he already contacted the company via the MVP Communications Channel and learned that Threshold 2 ISOs have been replaced with the original version released in July.
As a result, Threshold 2 is only available via Windows Update for now, but there are reports claiming that Microsoft pulled the plug on this channel too, most likely as itís investigating issues. The company says this isnít the case, and Threshold 2 is being rolled out in stages