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Updated KB4497934 deleted productkeyId in registry? why?

HI all,
I read information about release updated KB4497934 that microsoft don't say about activation.
but, I updated KB4497934 for windows 10 LTSC 2019 that windows read value from DifitalProductID and hiden Productkey or what do it do? I capture this image with sysprep mode OOBE and deploy an another PC without connect internet.
then I connect internet and windows actived FAIL. lost productKey on activation screen after run this updated.
who can know about this? please help me determind to prevent this. 
what process of microsoft do this?
Thanks,


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You could uninstall KB4497934 then pause updates, wait for the next patch.

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I test on my LTSC 1809 machine, yes, KB4497934 will be downloaded and installed when we check for updates, but this KB doesn’t influence my activation status, my LTSC is activated by volume license, not OEM key, you may need to consult the OEM for activation method.


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Hi Teemo,


this my issue is "still activation successfull, but, I need store product key in image and hidden with command: slmgr /cpky. Then, I capture this image with sysprep OOBE mode. next step, deploy image on another PC without internet. at here, user only use don't care activation. when, connect internet, windows will auto active. user can't use tool for check product key windows".


If, I uninstall this update KB4497934 is this issue resolve, but, my manager request get the last update windows.


how to refuse this update KB when click update windows.


Thanks,

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Defer Updates using Group Policy, this is my idea.

You could tell manager that this kb4497934 influence device’s activation so we need to wait for a new kb to replace it, now just delay this kb installation but in future device still can get the latest build.

Then use GPO to delay update for one month, once new update release, install the latest update and cancel this GPO

Computer Configuration > Policies > Administrative Templates > Windows Components > Windows Update > Defer Windows Updates

Select when Quality Updates are received.

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Thanks Teemo Tang,


this process is the best at the moment.

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