I was using Microsoft’s latest version machine tools (MDT) when I got a Windows 7 machine that said it had the latest Windows 10 upgrade, but it had no MDT software.
What I was hoping would happen was that Microsoft would install the latest software, which would then let me reboot into Windows 10, but instead it just kept telling me it could not find the software.
So I tried this command in MDT: $ sudo MDT -i | grep version I also tried using the same command in Windows 10’s command prompt, but this time it was telling me that it could find the latest update, but could not install it.
So I got into the Microsoft support person’s office to ask if this was the problem.
I said no, because I thought Microsoft had the software installed.
He said, “OK, you need to go through the process of installing it.”
So I did.
I was able just by using this command: (echo version | grep version)I am not sure what Microsoft’s version of MDT was, but I am sure it was not the version I was running when I had the problem with the machine.
I think I have a different version of Windows 10 installed, because it seems to be different.