Gpupdate /force (Figure B)Figure BThis command will force the client to check with the domain controller to apply the most recent GPOs available that are assigned to the workstation.By executing the command with the /force argument, the default 30-minute query for updated GPOs is ignored, and the computer checks with the domain controller to apply available settings changes immediately.
You’ll also find a description of how to configure each policy setting.For example, if you want Office 365 Pro Plus to get updates automatically from a network share called The update settings in the file are applied to Office 365 Pro Plus when you use the Office Deployment Tool to deploy Office 365 Pro Plus.If you decide to change these settings, you must update your file, and then run the Office Deployment Tool again.If you decide to make a change later, update the Group Policy setting by using the Group Policy Management Console.The updated policy settings are automatically applied to Office 365 Pro Plus, through the normal Group Policy update process.You can use these update settings to change that behavior and make other changes about how Office 365 Pro Plus is updated.
In most cases, you’ll use either the Office Deployment Tool or Group Policy, not both, to configure update settings.
This how-to focuses on being able to manage GP propagation.
I highlight helpful commands used to determine GP inheritance, and explain how to apply Group Policy Objects (GPO) locally and remotely.
If you have Windows Server and Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) deployed in your organization, you can configure update settings for Office 365 Pro Plus by using Group Policy.
To do this, download the most current Office 2016 Administrative Template files (ADMX/ADML), which include the policy settings for Office 365 Pro Plus.
This includes controlling how Office 365 Pro Plus is updated.