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Since the lab domain I'm using is a fairly small one of only 3 hosts at the moment I will enumerate all hosts in the domain, save them in to a variable and loop over them to update the GPO.Do to that the Computer parameter in Invoke-GPUpdate only takes from the pipeline by Value we have to use the For Each-Object cmdlet to go one by one of the onjects on the pipeline and run the cmdlet serially.List Starter GPO names: Sadly we will have to wait 90 minutes to make sure the policy is applied to all hosts we want to update GPOs remotely.Once the firewall rules have been enabled we can now use the cmdlet Invoke-GPUpdate from the Group Policy module installed on all Domain Controllers or hosts running the latest version of the Remote Server Administration Tools (RSAT).Is it possible to enable Microsoft Updates via a registry key, group policy or by downloading & installing a separate package to 'flip the switch'?To clarify, I'm not talking about enabling 'Automatic Updates'. new Weak Map:new Tf;e=Node();)d.clear&&d.clear();b=a}else b=ae("SPAN");0/gi;function vg(a) var wg=new vg();vg.prototype.hb=function(a);function xg(a,b,c,d,e,f) xg.prototype. Sa=function(a);p.activate=function(a);p.deactivate=function();function ii(a,b)};function lj() x(lj, N);lj.prototype. Sa=function(a);lj.prototype.activate=function(a);function kj(a) ;function mj() x(mj, N);mj.prototype.

In a lab setting you may want to apply it to the whole domain in one single command.For online help, type: "get-help Invoke-GPUpdate -online" There are other parameters to specify the target to update (Computer or User) and to also loggoff users or reboot the machine.To see a full list of options and example you can use the Get-Help cmdlet with the -Full switch.For more information, type: "get-help Invoke-GPUpdate -detailed".For technical information, type: "get-help Invoke-GPUpdate -full".By updating the DCs first one can start implementing stronger authentication as clients are migrated and also start implementing policies that address the new versions of Windows as they start joining the domain.

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