How to fix Windows update list from command line?October 03, 2020 by Archie Steele
Over the past few days, some of our users have encountered a known error code in the command prompt window update list. This problem occurs for several reasons. We'll cover them below. First open the Windows Update window and then click or tap Installed Updates. You can also open Control Panel, click Programs -> Programs and Features, or click on it and finally click View Installed Updates. In the Installed Updates window, all installed updates are divided into categories.
How can I filter this output, as is the case with PowerShell? Easy to use WQL (WMIC Query Language). Inspired by the days I went through blogging (which I'm sure I knew in the past), most of the time reading will do:
This includes updates, fixes, and security updates. If you really want to dig into this further, this is doable too (just by mentioning these types of links to my destiny). Make a suitable match:
Only these two references (WQL plus WHERE clauses) were ultimately used to define the type of WQL syntax. These are not fantastic explanations, but people get an idea not only of this error, but also through testing. After choosing the syntax in the test version, I came across an amazing blog page about_WQL which is part of the related PowerShell documentation and also explains WQL statements. The actual link is here as an investigation for me and others.
Unlike PowerShell, I'm not sure how WMIC can use an operator that allows for more than just a date. I was working on something equally important (updatedIt was installed on May 12, 2015):
However, the results allow us to update the data for 2013 as well as this year. I don't know exactly what is happening to me. At the moment, I absolutely cannot fix the errors here. The
like operator is currently sufficient.
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