Windows 10: Safe version value for TargetReleaseVersionInfo to prevent MSWin11

Discus and support Safe version value for TargetReleaseVersionInfo to prevent MSWin11 in Windows 10 Installation and Upgrade to solve the problem; I have set up the Registry keys to lock the MSWin10 version to 21H2... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Installation and Upgrade' started by JELaBarre, Sep 28, 2022.

  1. JELaBarre Win User

    Safe version value for TargetReleaseVersionInfo to prevent MSWin11


    I have set up the Registry keys to lock the MSWin10 version to 21H2 HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\WindowsUpdate\TargetReleaseVersionInfo. The question is, can I set the TargetReleaseVersionInfo to the upcoming 22H2 version and still keep a system on MSWin10? Because it looks like both MSWin10 and MSWin11 are using the same version number, and I wouldn't want to set up a system for someone only to have the Updates system turn around and inflict MSWin11 on them. Because then I'd have to go through all the trouble of wiping the system and re-installing/re-configuri

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    JELaBarre, Sep 28, 2022
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  2. EdieShack Win User

    Windows News: TargetReleaseVersionInfo

    This likely belongs in Windows 10 News, but I'm not senior enough to have access.

    read more here: Microsoft nixes update deferral settings, but gives us a TargetReleaseVersionInfo | Computerworld

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    Sorry if this is already well known here - I couldn't find anything when I searched under TargetReleaseVersionInfo.
     
    EdieShack, Sep 28, 2022
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  3. EdieShack Win User
    Windows News: TargetReleaseVersionInfo

    Is the TargetReleaseVersionInfo different in that you can lock into a specific version that you want? I guess they all achieve the same goal.
     
    EdieShack, Sep 28, 2022
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  4. Safe version value for TargetReleaseVersionInfo to prevent MSWin11

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    Hi:

    If that setting is already enabled, then I suggest as the next troubleshooting step might be Mozilla Safe Mode (not to be confused with Windows Safe Mode)):

    Troubleshoot Firefox issues using Safe Mode | Firefox Help


    • Please report back and let us know the outcome, as it will dictate the next steps.
    • Also: please tell us what AV/AM/firewall programs are you running on this system?

    Thanks,
    MM
     
    MoxieMomma, Sep 28, 2022
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