Jan 27 2021 09:17 PM
Jan 27 2021 09:17 PM
Hi, I have Windows Server 2019 vNext Insider Preview Build 20282. I've had it since Build 20262. When I try to update (Build 20262), it doesn't show any new Builds. I had to manually download and install Build 20282 (from 20262.) I thought it was a problem with WSUS. Today, I noticed that the "Insider Preview" settings in "Settings" (win + i), doesn't show my Insider account. That might be the problem. All other Updates work fine. Just no new Builds. I've been a Windows 10 Insider since the beginning. (Build 9986.) So I'm trying to add my Microsoft email to Windows Business Insider Preview. I successfully added it on their website. The next step is "Flight." When I click flight, it doesn't show any options. On the website. I'm attaching a screenshot. Then, I tried linking my Microsoft Insider email in "Settings." (Update and Security.) It lets me choose my email, but then closes and nothing happens. I know this is a problem with "MY" pc and not my Insider account. Also, I get an error:
"To manage the Windows Insider Program settings for your device...You'll need to turn on optional diagnostic data."
I'm attaching a screenshot. "Take Control" button doesn't do anything. I checked regedit (HKLM/SOFTWARE/Microsoft/Windows/Current Version/Windows Update.) I tried this Link:
Edit: Now I have a new pic (see #3.) I am on the Built-In Administrator account with my Microsoft email. (Linked from Insider Preview Business.) So how do I sign up/sign into my Insider Preview account? Is there a Powershell script? For adding an Insider account? I'd like to get new Builds. And what's the "Optional Diagnostics Data" error? It's turned on. Same error. Please reply. Thanks
Jan 28 2021 02:15 AM
Do I have to update manually? I read that. On Server 2019. Why the Insider Option? I'd like to update automatically. I'm downloading Build 20287. How do I reset Windows Update to Default? I'd like it back to normal. Maybe Installing build 20287 will fix Windows Update. Keep everything. I'll report back...
Jan 28 2021 05:21 AM
I installed the new build. It reads "Windows Server 2022." Not "2019." Nice. I reset settings in Regedit. Here's the link.
It updates fine. Everything besides New Builds. I will watch to see if it updates the next Build. The "Insider" account is still not working. Error 0x0. I can't add it. So, will I have to manually download and install each Update? Can I add my MSA user to Insider Preview in Powershell? Just wondering.
Jan 28 2021 06:23 AM
@nethunter Automatic build installation is not available on Windows Server. New server Insider builds must be installed manually. Build-to-build upgrade is supported.