Jun 15 2022 03:23 PM
Jun 15 2022 03:23 PM
I am trying to ensure users have a pop-up notification hours before windows reboots. In older update rings I see that there was two different types of notifications allowed to be set, permanent and optional dismissed notifications. I do not see that in the latest windows 10 update ring policy.
Anyone have any thoughts, on how to set these settings with today windows 10 update ring policy on Intune?
Jun 16 2022 02:31 AM - edited Jun 16 2022 02:33 AM
As far as I know you can not set the time when the pop up with the reboot reminder comes. There is only the generic message that a reboot is pending and you can schedule it or after a certain time the more aggressive pop up that you have to boot now. I wrote a blog post about how you can regularly remind users to boot now. If you want I can see if I can find a way to display here the time when the latest must be booted and also make this configurable when the message comes.
Jun 16 2022 09:32 AM
Jun 16 2022 02:36 PM - edited Jun 16 2022 02:41 PM
@rlienadm The only settings you have regarding reboot messages are the following. If you activate this setting the user get a pop up that he has to reboot the device.
In case you want to have a custom message where you can define the time then this message pops up or that this message is shown permanently you have to build custom messages using endpoint analytics.
Jun 16 2022 03:21 PM
Jun 16 2022 10:42 PM - edited Jun 16 2022 10:49 PM
There are some CSP for this. I think with this CSPs you can configure everything what you need:
-Allows the IT Admin to specify the period for autorestart reminder notifications.
Supported values are 15, 30, 60, 120, and 240 (minutes).
- Allows the IT Admin to specify the method by which the autorestart required notification is dismissed.
But you can do this also via reg keys:
Jun 17 2022 08:31 AM
Jun 17 2022 08:40 AM
Jun 17 2022 12:06 PM
Jun 18 2022 12:30 AM
Hey @rlienadm : You can also set this registry values from the path you found via a PowerShell remediation script:
Set-ItemProperty -Path $path -Name $name -Value $value –Force
But you can also check the settings cataloged if here are all required policies you need:
Jun 18 2022 03:51 AM