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Once the setting is set to Enabled, you can select one of four settings from the Configure Automatic Updating drop-down box.
The choices available from the Configure Automatic Updating drop-down box are numbered 2 through 5.
Specifies whether this computer will receive security updates and other important downloads through the Windows automatic updating service. This setting lets you specify whether automatic updates are enabled on this computer.
If the service is enabled you must select one of the four options in the Group Policy Setting: 2 = Notify before downloading and installing any updates.
Automatic maintenance will install updates when the computer is not in use and avoid doing so when the computer is running on battery power.
If automatic maintenance is unable to install updates for 2 days Windows Update will install updates right away.
Users will then be notified about an upcoming restart and that restart will only take place if there is no potential for accidental data loss.
If no schedule is specified the default schedule for all installations will be every day at AM.
3 = (Default setting) Download the updates automatically and notify when they are ready to be installed Windows finds updates that apply to the computer and downloads them in the background (the user is not notified or interrupted during this process).
When the downloads are complete users will be notified that they are ready to install.
After going to Windows Update users can install them.
4 = Automatically download updates and install them on the schedule specified below.
If the status for this policy is set to Disabled any updates that are available on Windows Update must be downloaded and installed manually. If the status is set to Not Configured use of Automatic Updates is not specified at the Group Policy level.