Windows 10 has toombed yet another function within Windows, and now the ‘wuauclt’ command line tools is dead. To replace the old tool, Microsoft has created a brand new Windows Update tool called: ‘usoClient’.
The ‘usoClient’ is a part of the new Windows 10 Update Orchestrator family and is located in the System32 folder, and like ‘wuauclt’ the ‘usoClient’ can do a lot of cool Windows Update stuff.
|StartScan||Use this to Start Scan|
|StartDownload||Use this to Start Download of Updates|
|StartInstall||Use this to Install Downloaded Updates|
|RefreshSettings||Use this to Refresh Settings if any changes were made|
|RestartDevice||Use this to Restart the device to finish the installation of Updates|
|ScanInstallWait||Use this to Combine Scan-Download-Install|
|ResumeUpdate||Use this to Resume Update Installation On Boot|
The ‘day-to-day’ Update Orchestrator actions are controlled from Task Scheduler -> Microsoft -> Windows -> UpdateOrchestrator