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Windows 10 Superseded updates

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Withy14    0

Hi, I am wondering if anyone knows whether Microsoft made any changes in their update mechanism. Until recently my powershell script was showing superseded updates howver with some change done on Microsoft part it is not able to show these updates. The powershell script works fine for Windows 8.1 and Windows 7 SP1 so I doubt that there is an issue in the script itself.

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xendrome    5,339

Not sure what your script is, but are you talking about Windows 10?

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Withy14    0

Hi, sry for late response. Yes it is for Windows 10. The point is that on Windows 10 it no longer returns superseded updates. I have tested it on existing installations as well as fresh installs so I am fairly positive that it is not environmental issue. Example - I install Windows 10 1803. In past the script returned me like March cumulative update, May, June etc., now it just returns only the latest cumulative patch. On Windows 8.1 and bellow it is working correctly. Please note that it is not an issue in script. I am just suspecting that Microsoft did this change intentionally.

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Hotcat    0
On 6/26/2019 at 2:36 PM, Withy14 said:

I am just suspecting that Microsoft did this change intentionally.

For what?What good will Microsoft do?

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