we are also introducing a new ‘Windows 10 IoT Core Pro’ OEM SKU that provides the ability to defer updates and control distribution of updates through Windows Server Update Services.
https://www.windowsforiotdevices.comharoldpulcher wrote:To be more accurate, I should've included "announced" or "coming soon".
I thought that in my head, but re-read and realized I was thinking faster than I was typing.
Ohhh, after 30min of silence ... it appeared a request to reboot and it installed 20min of updates (rolling gears on display at boot ... ). Now it is at rel 10586.63 ... I don't know what exactly installed!ricl wrote:The update button wont do anything because there are no updates beyond 10586 at the present AFAIK
did you also post this on the Microsoft IoT MSDN Forumossandust wrote:I just recently started playing with a Win10IoT Raspi, and already I get super annoyed with that automatic Windows Update policy. Now when things start to go wrong with no reason, of course we will blame the last update forced upon us. For instance: I started just a few weeks ago with a fresh install of v.10.0.10586.0 Yesterday I noticed that it must have silently upgraded to v.10.0.10586.63. And at the same time I notice that it is no longer possible to shut down my Raspi. After clicking the shutdown button in the default start screen, the screen turns grey, and the green LED starts the endless sequence of blinking 7 times (="kernal.img not found"?) Of course I can't tell for sure if it is related to this update, but it's at least super frustrating to know that it might be.