If you see an error message while trying to update your device wirelessly, learn what to do.
See Release Early, Release Often for more information.
A: Turn off auto-updates via the steps above, and push the group policy to your network. Deploy it on your test machines, and do your verification.
Many applications nowadays automatically update themselves to the latest version when you launch them.
Sometimes they ask (like Minecraft) and sometimes they don't (like Google Chrome). NET, you have the ability to dynamically load assemblies.
If it turns out that the assembly is not the latest version and needs to be replaced, then you won't be able to replace the file after downloading the newer version because the CLR instance is holding on to a reference to that file.
That's why a text file is used to save the version number.
to an Active Directory domain, and if this policy has been set to 0 or to a value greater than 77 hours, this setting will not be honored and replaced by 77 hours after August 2014.
If you are affected by this, and still want to disable Chrome updates (NOT RECOMMENDED), you may do so by using 'Update policy override' as described here.“Google Chrome or Google Chrome Frame cannot be updated on account of inconsistent Google Update Group Policy settings.
If the versions don't match, then that means the binaries are out of date and a newer version ought to be downloaded.