Windows 10: Remove in WinUpdate "Some settings are managed by your organization"

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  1.    27 May 2016 #11


    You can try this link to download and install group policy editor for the Home versions of Win 10 :

    Then follow the instructions I pointed to in a post higher up this thread.

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  2. Posts : 117
    Windows 7 and Windows 10
       3 Weeks Ago #12

    I just had this on a new install of Windows 7 professional - before it was activated with a product key for the first time. The read message came up above Windows Updates while updates were installing/shortly after (about 3 of them were for Windows Defender, one of which failed the first time). By the time I had googled the issue and gone back to the laptop the message had gone again! Without me doing anything (and still before activation) - and the updates had installed.

    So I didn't do anything to get rid of it! I think it's something to do with Windows Defender/Windows updates. Maybe keep running/installing them and restart then see if it goes away.
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