SOLVED Windows Update : Some of these settings are hidden or managed by your organization


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Hello everyone,

In the latest update from insider preview, I have a nasty message about "managed by your organization". This is the first time I have ever seen this kind of message in an insider preview version ever. I used the update troubleshooter, but it couldn't fix anything. I have included some screenshot to make things more clear. If someone can help me to fix this issue, I will be very grateful.
Thanks in advance!!

Cheers, Rubax
 

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Just a note, this is marked as Solved but in reading it seems that is erroneous.
 
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Bighorn,

The matter is that I received a message from Microsoft, it's about a BUG. They are busy fixing the problem. So I guess no one has
a solution for this problem at the present time. Or do you have one? If that is the case please share.
 
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Insider previews are always buggy and MS is using the "voluntary testers" to test their crap in real life situations. No worries, I am a tester too.
I have not had major issues with the insider program so far.
BTW: I have this message on all my Windows 10 systems, Insiders or not due to the fact that I have disabled Driver Updates (via group policy editor) for all my systems.
 
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Insider previews are always buggy and MS is using the "voluntary testers" to test their crap in real life situations. No worries, I am a tester too.
I have not had major issues with the insider program so far.
BTW: I have this message on all my Windows 10 systems, Insiders or not due to the fact that I have disabled Driver Updates (via group policy editor) for all my systems.
I see. Well, it's all about testing, and they are not the stable releases. That's true. But I never had that message before, so I was surprised.
 

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