Starting a few days ago the 1709 Fall Creator Update keeps installing on my machine.
It breaks all networking and RDP.
I've rolled back the update. Set updates to defer. Set local group policy to business release, defer updates for the maximum length of time.
Set windows to only point to a local update server @ 127.0.0.1 and renamed the software distribution folder and created a new empty one. P2P update downloads are blocked as well.
Some how this F&%$ing update keeps re-installing even though it shouldn't have any access to download update files or any saved version of the installer. My only thought at this point to to roll back to over a week ago before the update first installed and/or completely delete the old software distribution folder's contents which I realize can be done, but has some inherent risks.
I've spent hours trying to find a solution and dealing with rolling back this garbage update 4-5 times that MS some how believes is ready for business environments. Someone at MS is smoking crack if they think this is ready for business.
Has anyone figured out how to keep this thing from installing over and over every day?
Thanks in advance for any advice.