Active Notification/Prompt to Restart to Update
Have a configurable prompt indicating that a restart is required. Users shouldn't have to click on this passive icon and then have the option to restart now or restart later.
The option "Allow logged on user to control Windows restart after installation of scheduled updates and applications" When set to yes: "Prompts the logged on user to restart Windows when required"
Yet, I receive no prompts. Just a passive icon - not even a balloon. Additionally once I hover over it there's an indication that a restart is needed. I think it would be helpful having it prompt and request a restart rather then have it sit there until someone logs off, manually restart or shutdown or having deadline pass and having the machine auto restart impeding productivity.
Similar issues: No auto-restart with logged on users for scheduled automatic updates installations
planning installation of updates and forced reboots
Windows Update Message Visibility
You can configure if a device automatically restarts after installing an update using Update Rings. Does that satisfy this request? If not, what’s missing?
Wolfgang Bach commented
currently you cannot configure this via intune:
Sean Decker commented
Our issue is user interruption. We need InTune to support the behavior supported by windows by default. "You have updates. Install now or prompt again in X. Then force reboot after Y". The InTune options are a) force a reboot or b) quasi prompt once. a) is absolutely disruptive and b) is lost/forgotten.