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I was able to deploy feature updates using only the K1 in just 5 steps and it worked flawlessly on over 200 devices (some over very low bandwidth WAN connections). I like the idea of keeping the model of Updates vs Upgrades the way it is. It makes upgrade damage control a little easier.
I have documented here and hope this helps somebody. http://www.itninja.com/blog/view/applying-windows-10-feature-updates-with-kace
Over the coming releases, we will be revamping our targeting and scheduling pages. This a great example of where we will extend your ability to control what you are targeting and when it should be delivered.cstewy supported this idea ·