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.Or, you can use another way, such as logon scripts, to directly modify the registry values.For details, see the Registry settings section below.There are a few additional ones that you can get from a Server 2012 machine as well that are not included with Windows 8. Open an elevated cmd prompt and run the following commands.
This includes controlling how Office 365 Pro Plus is updated.
Once create we can use Power Shell to create a new GPO based on the Group Policy Remote Update Firewall Ports starter GPO and link the GPO to the OU or domain we want to apply this rule to.
Summary: Explains how admins can use the Office Deployment Tool or Group Policy to configure update settings for Office 365 Pro Plus.
This works all version of windows starting with Windows 2008 and Windows 7 and above from a Windows 2012 or Windows 8 host with the latest Remote Administration Tools.
If you are like me you probably had a bash script with Ps Exec from Sysinternals, a Power Shell script that created a process with WMI or use Invoke-Command with Power Shell remoting.There is a list of settings that you can specify, including settings for configuring updates.