Group policy settings not updating
Microsoft has updated and made available as a download, the complete Group Policy Settings Reference Guide for Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2016, Windows Server 2003 SP2, Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows Server 2012 R2.The download is available in the form of spreadsheets for different operating systems.There is a list of settings that you can specify, including settings for configuring updates.For example, if you want Office 365 Pro Plus to get updates automatically from a network share called \server\updates, you'd include the following line in your file: The update settings in the file are applied to Office 365 Pro Plus when you use the Office Deployment Tool to deploy Office 365 Pro Plus.The settings that the Office Deployment Tool uses to install and update Office 365 Pro Plus are contained in a file.This file is a text file that can be edited in Notepad.
Summary: Explains how admins can use the Office Deployment Tool or Group Policy to configure update settings for Office 365 Pro Plus.
In Windows 8, the Group Policy is included only with Windows 8 Pro and Enterprise Editions.
While Windows 7 Ultimate, Professional, and Enterprise editions have it, Windows 7 Home Premium, Home Basic and Starter Editions do not include the Group Policy Editor.
If you decide to make a change later, update the Group Policy setting by using the Group Policy Management Console.
The updated policy settings are automatically applied to Office 365 Pro Plus, through the normal Group Policy update process.