Posted in , , , , , , Microsoft just released a new Windows 10 Insider build , with a lot of improvements. I installed a few features one by one and then logged out and then logged back in with my regular account. All information is provided on an as-is basis. This happen to you or anyone else? The following downloads are available: 1. You really could have jus suggested another way because neither way is wrong. All PowerShell commands that make changes should support WhatIf and Confirm otherwise the changes could result in a Resume generating event.
I must give credit to the site that gave me all the help needed to get this right. . This will safe most of us a lot of time. Please visit the site for that as I am not sure what the rules are for having scripts on here. I am part of the Azure engineering team and engage with the community and customers around the world. I had to restart after modifying the registry but before this worked for some reason. The tools still have to be downloaded from the internet but unlike previous versions, the tools are downloaded automatically by your machine instead of you downloading them manually from a website.
If you try via the Setting app the install will just stop after a short wait without any visible error. Restart the machine and try to search for it - no luck so far. Instead, you can add them via the Settings app or by using PowerShell. Simple really; we are looking to expand our team internally in order to provide you even more great content, as well as take on a more proactive role in the future with our readers more to come on that later! Microsoft further disclaims all implied warranties including, without limitation, any implied warranties of merchantability or of fitness for a particular purpose. I used All in the example below. I've found a solution for this problem.
This download can also be used to install features from local media. What's the alternative for this in an airgapped environment that will run this update? Being a local admin does not necessarily mean that everything is elevated to run powershell elevated, you need to right click powershell and select Run as administrator. Running the PowerShell command again should hopefully work and show output as in the picture below. If you only want single tools, you will enter in the commands below one at a time. On the TechCommunity site, you will find numerous technical communities across many topics, which include discussion areas, along with blog content. Consider this when deploying to Devices or Users. The entire risk arising out of the use or performance of the sample scripts and documentation remains with you.
Now close the registry editor and go to Services and restart the Windows Update service as you can see from the picture below:. If you want this to become a problem again in the future, then by all means just change the reg key. Once you get to the part asking for install and uninstall information use the following. Windows 10 Features On Demand updated Mar '18 can only be applied to versions 1803 of the following Windows 10 editions: Pro, Education, and Enterprise. Please bear with us while we are still under construction! Run the following command: -online? Subscribe to Ramblings of a Sysadmin Get the latest posts delivered right to your inbox. Contact your administrator to get this feature. If we used this as the source for our deployment, 4.
This download allows organizations to pre-configure Windows 10 installation software with these features prior to deployment. Failed installation might also be shown as: Install failed. I thought I was being proactive allowing 1809 to push out to all my machines. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. You have to install the tools one by one.
I am responsible for the schools Internet access, Wi-Fi, networks, servers, laptops, desktops, and their operating systems and software. Windows 10 Features On Demand updated Sept '17 2. Hope that helps somebody out there. How did I know I could pipe one to the other? Windows 10 Features On Demand updated Mar '18 3. We hope that this will help you as you transition to this recent build of Windows 10. For two, I did not see any post from Microsoft on how to handle this any other way so I used this and it worked.
Ended up needing to download the features on demand. The computer used in this blog article runs Windows 10 Enterprise Edition version 1809 with Windows PowerShell version 5. Apparently the download failed for all of them. Not sure how this will work for air gapped networks, unless they are provided on the Features on Demand iso. Not content with confusing people with the Roles and Features sections in the server version, we now have features and features in Windows 10.