For example, the first cumulative update for Nano Server was released on September 26, 2016 with KB4093120.
With this and subsequent cumulative updates, we provide various options for installing these updates on Nano Server.
These periodic releases are known as Current Branch for Business (CBB) releases.
Prior to installing the update, use Hyper-V Manager, Disk Management, Power Shell, or other tool to expand the size of the virtual hard disk and system volume to at least 10GB, or use the Scratch Dir parameter on the DISM tools to set the scratch directory to a volume with at least 10GB of free space.
$s = New-PSSession -Computer Name (Read-Host "Enter Nano Server IP address") -Credential (Get-Credential) Copy-Item -To Session $s -Path C:\Servicing Packages_cabs -Destination C:\Servicing Packages_cabs -Recurse Enter-PSSession $s If you have a running Nano Server VM or physical host, you can use the Windows Update WMI provider to download and install the update while the operating system is online.
But any time it does release an i Pod software update, you should install it.
These software updates include bug fixes, support for new features and the latest versions of mac OS and Windows, and other improvements. In some (not very common) cases, you may need to restore your i Pod to factory settings before you can update its software.
With this method, you don't need to download the file separately from the Microsoft Update Catalog.