MC519764 – Windows Autopatch Configuration Change with End of Servicing for Windows 10 20H2

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check before: 2023-03-09


Intune, Microsoft 365 Apps, Microsoft Edge, Teams, Windows


Windows Desktop, World tenant


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On May 9th, 2023, Windows 10, version 20H2 will reach end of servicing. To help keep your registered devices protected and productive, Windows Autopatch will automatically update its Windows feature update policies to support the new minimum Windows OS version (Windows 10, version 21H2). This keeps Windows Autopatch managed devices supported and receiving monthly updates that are critical to security and the health of the Windows ecosystem.

Windows Autopatch is a cloud service that automates updates for Windows, Microsoft 365 Apps for enterprise, Microsoft Edge, and Microsoft Teams, to improve security and productivity across organizations.

When will this happen:
This will take place between May 9th and May 30th, 2023.

How will this affect your organization:
Windows Autopatch will automatically modify its Windows feature update policies for Windows 10 devices to target Windows 10, version 21H2 in all existing tenants enrolled in the service:
Windows Autopatch – DSS Policy \[Test\] – around May 9th.
Windows Autopatch – DSS Policy \[First\] – around May 16th.
Windows Autopatch – DSS Policy \[Fast\] – around May 23rd.
Windows Autopatch – DSS Policy \[Broad\] – around May 30th.
New tenants enrolled with Windows Autopatch starting on May 30th, 2023 will automatically have the new minimum version (Windows 10, version 21H2) assigned to their Windows feature update policies.

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