A. The Boot Configuration Data (BCD) store contains boot information parameters that were previously found in Boot.ini in older versions of Windows. To edit the boot options in the BCD store, use the bcdedit utility, which can be launched only from a command prompt.
B. By modifying the changes on the local Group Policy, you can manually configure your Windows Update settings. You can automatically configure the Windows Update settings by creating a server-issued Group Policy Object (GPO).
A. In the “Choose how updates are installed” setting, you can use the drop-down setting to configure how the computer restarts after an update is done. You can choose either schedule ...
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