Delivery Optimization greatly reduces the bandwidth of Windows Updates and other products Even though sconfig is not a complete config replacement managing this setting comes very handy for non-domain joined and domain joined Windows Servers, while latter could be configured via Group Policy.
To address the understandable concerns of @Alban1998, if implemented I would place it in the sub menu 6. Windows Updates
Hello, I beg to differ here - you can already manage DO through regedit, scripting, GPO, management software etc...sconfig aims to provide a minimal set of configuration settings, and DO goes way beyond that. If you could manage DO through sconfig, what about hundreds of other GP settings which could be as useful as DO by example. Let's not bloat sconfig imho.