UWF master servicing script
The UWF master servicing script (UwfServicingMasterScript.cmd) is located in the \Windows\System32 folder.
The full UWF master servicing script follows:
REM servicing of the device with UWF installed. The script will REM call UWF manager application to update the system with the REM latest available updates. REM The script will detect whether the update operation REM ended successfully or requires a reboot. REM REM The script will change the "SERVICING" state of the device REM only when the update operation results in a "SUCCESS". REM A state change of the device requires a reboot. REM REM If the update operation requires a "REBOOT" the script will REM reboot device without changing the "SERVICING" state. The REM Will then run again on the following reboot until REM the update operation either return a "SUCCESS" or a "ERROR" REM REM Any third-party script that needs to run before the state REM change should run in the UPDATE_SUCCESS block REM REM Environment : REM It is expected that UWF is turned "OFF", "SERVICING" mode REM enabled and all other preconditions REM for servicing are in place. REM REM REM echo UpdateAgent starting. uwfmgr servicing update-windows if ERRORLEVEL 3010 goto UPDATE_REBOOT if ERRORLEVEL 0 goto UPDATE_SUCCESS echo UpdateAgent returned error =%ERRORLEVEL% :UPDATE_ERROR uwfmgr servicing disable echo Restarting system goto UPDATE_EXIT :UPDATE_REBOOT echo UpdateAgent requires a reboot. echo UpdateAgent restarting system goto UPDATE_EXIT :UPDATE_SUCCESS echo UpdateAgent returned success. REM REM echo UpdateAgent executing OEM script REM OEM can call their custom scripts REM at this point through a "call". REM REM The OEM script should hand control REM back to this script once it is done. REM REM Any error recovery for OEM script REM should be handled outside of this script REM post a reboot. REM uwfmgr servicing disable echo Restarting system goto UPDATE_EXIT :UPDATE_EXIT echo UpdateAgent exiting. shutdown -r -t 5 EXIT /B