Remarks know some of the answers below, yes windows update provides generic drivers for some devices, but also provides drivers which are the same as the ones provided by oems, the Lenovo power management drivers for example are identical, whether I install them through windows update or Lenovo.
I've been having an issue when updating my HP printer when on windows update the instalation fails and the following appears:• HP - Enterprise WSD Multi-Function Printer, Other hardware - Null Fax - HP Deskjet 4640 series - Erro 0x80070490• HP - Printers - HP Deskjet 4640 series - Erro 0x80240017Is it something to do with a corrupt HP software?
(And yes, this is the "easy way" to redeploy this network printer.
Change the installed printer settings in the GPO.) Settings applied by GPO supersede local admin rights, which would be why you're getting access denied, even with administrator rights.
But Windows 10 is not downloading these drivers by itself and doesn't show them in Windows Update.
The remaining drivers I seem to be missing are those for printers.
Canon Printer drivers are tiny programs that enable your Printer hardware to communicate with your operating system software.
Maintaining updated Canon Printer software prevents crashes and maximizes hardware and system performance.
Like all printer manufacturers, Canon periodically releases updated printer drivers for its product lines.
These updates often provide enhancements and fix bugs or other issues discovered after the initial driver release.You can obtain Canon drivers from Windows Update or the manufacturer’s website. Log in to the computer with the physical printer connection or the printer server where the current driver is installed, as appropriate.