You can apply this custom event as a scheduled task, which forces Windows Update Service to stop and set to disable status.
<Query Id="0" Path="System">
Event[EventData[Data[@Name="Param3"]="auto start" or Data[@Name="Param3"]="demand start" or Data[@Name="Param3"]="manual"]]
several of our customers are using ZENworks Patch Management and we are getting calls that there seems to be an issue with the way of how the clients are patched.
After we have checked this with our customer we often notice that the GPOs are not or not more configured as they should have been.
Sometimes we are even facing issues that some clients are not even getting the correct GPOs and have a lot of trouble to get this back to work properly.
So some customers are even questioning if the product is doing what it is supposed to do.
Due to this we remembered that Jason mentioned an idea to provide a mechanism to disable the Windows Update service through ZENworks so that we have another and hopefully a better way to control this.
So I took a look into the ideas portal and was just wondering what is needed to move forward with this idea?
Thanks and regards