Win10 Feature Update via Enablement Package

Copper Contributor

i am trying to deploy the Windows 10 22H2 Feature Update via Enablement Package to a test group.  i was able to deploy it to a test collection as available with my workstation in it and successfully install it via Software Center.  However, i added several more test systems into the collection, and the update is never showing up in the Software Center.


ECM Ver: 2303

Target systems are all 21h2 with 6/23 Servicing Stack update installed.

Verified boundary and boundary group are pointed to MP/DP correctly.

Re-installed CCM agent, verified policy is pulling down from server. 


3 Replies
The feature update should be marked as "Required" for the test systems. Referring software update reports will help to identify the list of systems for which the feature update is required.
the feature update is required on all systems. i cannot force the update with a required deployment. unfortunately it needs to be available so that users can install the update within a window of time.
best response confirmed by klenTAHN (Copper Contributor)
Make Sure SSU and Cumulative updates are installed on impacted machines.

Prerequisites - to install Windows 10 22H2 Feature Update via Enablement Package

Before updating to Windows 10, version 22H2 using an enablement package, you must be running Windows 10, version 2004, 20H2, or 21H1. You must have the following prerequisites installed before applying this update:

Servicing stack update for Windows 10, version 2004: September 8, 2020 or a later servicing stack update

July 26, 2022 — KB5015878 (19041.1865) or a later cumulative update