When new software/updates what ever need to be installed, the standard practice has been to move the server(s) to a different OU (Computers) that doesn't have these restrictions, and reboot it to be sure the Group Policy settings are updated and the server is in a pretty clean state for install. Here is a quick howto on upgrading the GPO templates on a Server 2008 R2 domain controller with the newest ones from a Windows 8 machine.The settings that the Office Deployment Tool uses to install and update Office 365 Pro Plus are contained in a file.This file is a text file that can be edited in Notepad.We will need to enable the following firewall rules: Thankfully for this Windows 2012 and Windows 2012 R2 come with a started GPO to server as a base for the configuration.
One of the recommendations I always give people who ask my opinion on updating to new versions of Windows is that if you do upgrade or deploy new servers to always do your Active Directory Domain Controllers first.
As you can see there are many ways to achieve this but the simplest I have found using command line using Invoke-GPUpdate.
Before we are able to use it we first need to make sure we open the correct ports.
Minimum number of minutes between automatic update checks.
Now that the Windows 10 “Creators Update” is available, Microsoft has made the ADMX files for this new Windows 10 release available for download.