Back in October 2019, Microsoft launched an update supposed for Autopilot-powered gadgets to its total userbase; the corporate pulled the update quickly thereafter. It seems that Microsoft made the same mistake in December 2019 when it pushed but another update designed for Autopilot-powered gadgets to different gadgets.
“Windows Autopilot is a zero-touch, self-service Windows deployment platform launched with Windows 10, model 1703” according to Microsoft. It allows system directors to configure and set-up new gadgets to organize them to be used in manufacturing environments. The primary concept behind Windows Autopilot is to make issues simpler for directors and end-users alike, and it could additionally cut back deployment, upkeep, and administration prices.
Microsoft acknowledged that the Windows Autopilot update KB4532441 was made obtainable to non-Autopilot-powered gadgets. An addendum to the Knowledgebase assist articles offers additional info and the acknowledgement of the problem:
This update was obtainable via Windows Update. However, now we have eliminated it as a result of it was being supplied incorrectly. When a company registers or configures a tool for Windows Autopilot deployment, the system setup robotically updates Windows Autopilot to the latest model.
Our colleagues over at Windows Latest spotted the error and wrote about it on December 12, 2019. According to the knowledge, directors who ran a verify for updates utilizing the built-in Windows Update performance of the Windows 10 gadgets would see the update returned (as much as the purpose at which Microsoft eliminated the update).
The update would set up however it will be supplied once more on the following verify for updates. Microsoft claims that the update has no impact on gadgets not powered by Windows-Autopilot and that it mustn’t have been supplied to Windows 10 Home gadgets.
Note There is not any impact on Windows Autopilot being supplied to Windows 10 gadgets. If you have been supplied this update and don’t use Autopilot, putting in this update is not going to have an effect on you. Windows Autopilot update shouldn’t be supplied to Windows 10 Home.
Administrators who discover that the update is put in on their gadgets that aren’t powered by Windows Autopilot could uninstall the Windows Update like any other update.