I have the same issue. Anyone find a solution?
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I may have figured the problem out this morning. There are some setting that I forgot the VMware OS Optimization Tool tweaks to disable Windows updates which I've temporarily changed back. I'm not sure if all three of these are necessary but I did them all just in case, then I reboot and afterward found that I could check for updates.
1. Enable the Windows Update service (set to automatic)
2. Delete registry item SetDisableUXWUAccess (HKLM/Software/Policies/Microsoft/Windows/WindowsUpdate/)
3. Make sure local group policy item Remove access to use all Windows Update features is either Not Configured or Disabled (Computer Configuration/Administrative Templates/Windows Components/Windows Update/)
Thanks, this worked for me too.
I did have to wait a few minutes after the reboot though before I could check for updates
It is pity I could not find this helpful.
I have installed Windows update.
Ran this script
Then install office 2019 and now I want to check updates for Office. Cannot do anything
Below did not help.
Strongly recommend to de-select WIndows Update button. It can save hours of your workWith Great Regards,
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