You have WSUS or SCCM to manage Windows update in the environment, but you observe that Windows 10 machines are going online to url – and are downloading updates. Why is it reaching out to Microsoft url= despite WSUS endpoints provided through GPO? It is consuming a significant bandwidth towards this url.
While both these scenarios are interconnected, if you are observing Scenario A then you may also report Scenario B.
There is a faster way to update the ip of the machine via powershell or another tool?
A much easier way of running any scans on collections or individual devices is by using the Right-Click Tools by Now Micro.
CH=448&L=en-US&P=&PT=0x4&WUA=10.0.14393.351 11/18/2016 .33179 AM 13660 9700 discoveryjob_cpp150 [Com Api] *RESUMED* Discovery 11/18/2016 .33184 AM 13660 9700 discoveryjob_cpp208 [Api] * END * Discovery Client Id Point to note: If you didn’t try to scan it against Microsoft Online manually, then why did it try to establish connection with *.update.although WSUS endpoint is in place.
Check the Windows Update Group policies and ensure that none of these policies are configured (Enabled or Disabled).
Delivery optimization (DO) was introduced in TH2, but it was only used for downloads of large content.