InControl isn't blocking a Windows feature release

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klossner

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It appears that I'm not actually InControl. Windows Update wants to move me from 21H1 to 21H2. I used "Pick a time" to forestall the upgrade until next month, but after that I guess I'm stuck with it.

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<grumble> That's sure annoying. But I'll bet you're right, Paul. It figures that Microsoft would choose to ignore their own group policy and registry settings in the case of an end-of-life edition wishing to remain that way. :-/
 
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