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Windows 10 NAG screen active, How to prevent (on W7/W8)

Posted by admin on 10.06.2015

Microsoft macht vorwärts mit Windows 10 im Juli 2015 ist Launch. Galt es 8.0 und 8.1 zu verhindern sollte man hier am Ball bleiben. Die Systemhäuser setzen W10 ein und es wird migriert so bald wie dies möglich ist.

Dieses ICON ist wohl mit KB3035583 im Mai 2015 gekommen. An sich auf dem WSUS geblockt bei den kleinen Kunden ohne WSUS durchgerutscht

  • BlockWindows10.cmd deinstalliert 3 Patche (Und ruft das VBscript auf)
  • VBscript HideWindowsUpdates.vbs HIDE’d die 3 Patche vor dem Windows Update Client (wuapp.exe)


Derzeit kommen vier Patche in Frage, welches Teile davon auslösen. Workaround: Diese Deinstallieren und von Windows Update verstecken.



Compatibility update for upgrading Windows 7


Update that enables you to upgrade from Windows 7 to a later version of Windows


Update to enable the Diagnostics Tracking Service in Windows


Update enables additional capabilities for Windows Update notifications in W 8.1 and W7 SP1


Guter Haupt Link zum Problem:


User OPMET posted some script which we slightly modified:



FILE: BlockWindows10.cmd

@echo off


:: remember to invoke from ELEVATED command prompt!

:: or start the batch with context menu “run as admin”.




echo uninstalling updates …

echo – 2952664

start “title” /b /wait wusa.exe /kb:2952664 /uninstall /quiet /norestart

echo – 2990214

start “title” /b /wait wusa.exe /kb:2990214 /uninstall /quiet /norestart

echo – 3022345

start “title” /b /wait wusa.exe /kb:3022345 /uninstall /quiet /norestart

echo – 3035583

start “title” /b /wait wusa.exe /kb:3035583 /uninstall /quiet /norestart

echo – done.

timeout 10


:: Update WMI Information betreffend Patche

echo – Update WMI Info der Patche fuer Windows Update

C:\Windows\System32\wbem\wmic.exe qfe > nul


echo hiding updates …

start “title” /b /wait cscript.exe HideWindowsUpdates.vbs 2952664 2990214 3022345 3035583

 Then to HIDE the Updates from Windows so they will not appear next time you run WUSA.EXE 


If Wscript.Arguments.Count = 0 Then
    WScript.Echo “Syntax: HideWindowsUpdate.vbs [Hotfix Article ID]” & vbCRLF & _
                 “Examples:” & vbCRLF & _
                 ”  – Hide KB940157: HideWindowsUpdate.vbs 940157″
    WScript.Quit 1
End If

Dim hotfixId
hotfixId = WScript.Arguments(0)

Dim updateSession, updateSearcher
Set updateSession = CreateObject(“Microsoft.Update.Session”)
Set updateSearcher = updateSession.CreateUpdateSearcher()

Wscript.Stdout.Write “Searching for pending updates…”
Dim searchResult
Set searchResult = updateSearcher.Search(“IsInstalled=0”)

Dim update, kbArticleId, index, index2
WScript.Echo CStr(searchResult.Updates.Count) & ” found.”
For index = 0 To searchResult.Updates.Count – 1
    Set update = searchResult.Updates.Item(index)
    For index2 = 0 To update.KBArticleIDs.Count – 1
        kbArticleId = update.KBArticleIDs(index2)
        If kbArticleId = hotfixId Then
            WScript.Echo “Hiding update: ” & update.Title
            update.IsHidden = True
        End If       


Please see posting on how to block on Firewall if it’s already there:



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