Your Organization Manages Updates on This PC Message on Windows 11 FIX - Windows Basics


Sunday, April 24, 2022

Your Organization Manages Updates on This PC Message on Windows 11 FIX

Did the “Your organization manages updates on this PC” notification appear on the screen while you were trying to change your device’s settings? Or while upgrading your PC to Windows 11? Well, it’s not actually an error but yes it may hinder you from making any changes to your system. Wondering how to get rid of this annoying notification? We’ve got you covered.

While using the PC Health Check app on your computer, if you get Your organization manages updates on this PC message, here is how you can fix it. This error occurs even if you are not connected to a School or Work account or any organization. Here is a couple of quick fixes that you can try to get rid of this issue.

Along with Windows 11’s launch, Microsoft introduced a nifty little software called PC Health Check with the sole purpose of enabling users to check if their current Windows PCs meet the minimum requirements for this OS or not.

Unfortunately, many of the interested users were greeted by Your organization manages updates on this PC message despite checking on a personal computer.

Users encountering this issue were not able to check the eligibility of their Windows computer through the software and were left with no other option but to manually check the minimum requirements for Windows 11.

A. Disconnect your Microsoft

Many users have reported that they receive the message “Windows 11 Your organization manages updates for this PC bug” after connecting to a work or school account with a larger organization. In this case, you just need to disconnect from the account.

1. Click the Start icon on the Taskbar and select Settings.

2. Select Accounts from the left pane and click Access work or school from the right side.

3. Select the email account and click Disconnect next to the school or work account. Then click Yes in the confirmation window that pops up.

4. Click Disconnect, then enter your alternate account information and click OK.

After that, restart your computer and relaunch PC Heath Check to see if the error is fixed.

B. Change some registry editor settings

1. Press Windows Key + R to open Run box, then type regedit there and press Enter.

2. Go to the following path via the left navigation pane or copy and paste the following text into the search bar.


3. Double click DWORD NoToastApplicationNotification, then change its Value data to 0 in the field and click OK to save it.

Once done, restart your computer and see if your Windows 11 organization manages updates on your PC this error still appears.

C. Changed some group policy editor settings

Some users have reported that the PC Health Check error can be resolved by changing some settings in the Group Policy Editor. Here you can try.

Note: Since Group Policy Editor is only available on Windows Pro versions, this solution only applies to certain Windows 11 users.

1. Open the Run box again, then type gpedit.msc into it and press Enter.

2. In the Group Policy Editor window, navigate to the following path

Computer Configuration/Administrative Templates/Windows Components/ Windows Update

3. Double click the Manage end user experience directory from the right pane.

4. Double click the Configure Automatic Updates DWORD, and then select the Not Configured option, and click on Apply and OK to close the window.

Now, restart your computer and launch the PC Health Check application to see if the error is resolved. If the problem still occurs, you can try resetting the Group Policy settings to default.

D. Reset all Group Policy

1. Press the Windows + X combination to open the Power User Menu, here you click Command Prompt (admin) to open the Command Prompt window.

2. On the Command Prompt window, enter each of the following commands and press Enter:

RD /S /Q "%WinDir%\System32\GroupPolicyUsers"

RD /S /Q "%WinDir%\System32\GroupPolicy"

3. Use the command below to restart your computer and complete the process:

gpupdate /force

Note:If using Windows 10 Home, you cannot access the Local Group Policy Editor because the Local Group Policy Editor is only available on Windows 10 Pro, Enterprise and Education.


E. Change Diagnostic Data Settings

Sometimes the error can occur due to insufficient data being sent to Microsoft. Here changing the Diagnostic data may help you fix the issue.

1. Open the Settings window, and then select the Privacy & Security tab from the left pane and click on Diagnostic & feedback.

2. Navigate to the Send optional diagnostic data section and toggle its switch to On.

After that, reboot your computer and check if the PC Health Check error is fixed.

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