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Note: something similar has a good answer here How to disable automatic reboots in Windows 10?. This is not the same because I'm explicitely looking for information about a different option.

Plain and simple question: Is NoAutoRebootWithLoggedOnUsers (registry value) still supported/effective on Windows 10? This option is gold for me, because it allows complete and automatic updates installation (as per default) but prevents the autoreboot step.

The equivalent no auto-restart with logged on users for scheduled automatic updates installationsgpedit policy is present, so I would expect NoAutoRebootWithLoggedOnUsers to be supported too.

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I'm getting mixed feedback after NoAutoRebootWithLoggedOnUsers is applied: someone says it's effective, someone reports not. Is there a semi-official reference for it?


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