Nov 27 2019 04:49 AM
Nov 27 2019 04:49 AM
I want to increase the app update check frequency so my store app will download and install app updates more frequently, I would also like to deploy this to a range of other computers on my network.
I couldn't find any document about how to do this, there is only one option in Windows 10 store to turn on automatic app updates but there is no details about it. how often it checks for updates, how to change the frequency etc. any ideas? thanks in advance
Feb 14 2020 12:56 AM
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one line powershell command is proposed:
Get-CimInstance -Namespace "Root\cimv2\mdm\dmmap" -ClassName "MDM_EnterpriseModernAppManagement_AppManagement01" | Invoke-CimMethod -MethodName UpdateScanMethod
Feb 14 2020 02:03 AM
Feb 14 2020 05:38 PM - edited Feb 14 2020 05:44 PM
I made a task scheduled to run every morning, which calls the PowerShell command.
By the way, talking about my status, I'm using Windows 10 Home, and I cannot install functions of Active Directory. I managed to install Group Policy Editor, but there is no entry to schedule updating Store Apps. In registry, there is a folder named AllowAppStoreAutoUpdate and it contains some keys, but it seems none with scheduling, alas.
Feb 15 2020 05:36 AM
Feb 16 2020 08:04 AM
I am very sorry to report you that the PowerShell command is another Windows Update not Store Apps update. I'm still searching a method though.
Feb 18 2020 08:28 PM - edited Feb 18 2020 08:48 PM
The PowerShell command (Get-CimInstance ... UpdateScanMethod) seems trigger updating Store Apps.
Today there is an update for "Mail and Calendar" App.
I opened Microsoft Store panel and let it stay opened its "Downloads and updates" page. Then I opened a PowerShell console with administrative privilege and executed the command Get-CimInstance.
When I set "Update apps automatically" in the Store settings as OFF, nothing happened. But when I set auto-updating ON and executed Get-CimInstance again, the Store automatically started downloading and installed the update for Mail and Calendar.
Under the both settings OFF/ON, Get-CimInstance command returns the same "zero". And I cannot tell the command certainly forced updating, because its original due timing might be today. Anyway, I will schedule to run the command every morning and see the updates pile up or not.
Feb 19 2020 05:56 AM