Force installing Windows updates via PowerShell PSWindowUpdates

F_PSWindowsUpdates.PS1 is shared on \\DC1\Shared

# This is PowerShell script to force on installing Windows Updates via PSWindowsUpdate on Windows machines
# It is created on 2021-10-21
# Allow PowerShell to be run on Windows machines with PSWindowsUpdate module
Set-ExecutionPolicy RemoteSigned
# Installs everything (newest version) along with required modules.
Install-Module PSWindowsUpdate
# Import Module PSWindowsUpdate before running the script
Import-Module -Name PSWindowsUpdate
# Force Windows updates are completely downloaded, installed and then restarted. Will check if we have a WSUS server
Install-WindowsUpdate -AcceptAll -AutoReboot
# Send an email after running PSWindowsUpdate command
# Will send email if the last previous command is successful.
if ($? -eq $True){
        # Use this command for TLS requirement
        [Net.ServicePointManager]::SecurityProtocol = [Net.SecurityProtocolType]::Tls12
        # Get machine name
        $machinename = get-content env:computername
        # Get current date and time
        $currentdate = get-date
        # Get current date and time
        $currentdate = get-date
        # SMTP server of</p>
        $SMTP = ""
        # Mail from<
        $From = ""
        # Rcpt to
        $To = ""# Subject line
        $Subject = "Windows updates on $cname"
        # Email body
        $Body = "Finising running Windows updates on $machinename on $currentdate"
        #Create a connection to SMTP Outlook via the port 587</p>
        $Email = New-Object Net.Mail.SmtpClient($SMTP, 587)
        # Enable SSL for the connection
        Email.EnableSsl = $true
        #Log in to xyz mail server with your credential
        $Email.Credentials = New-Object System.Net.NetworkCredential("", "yourpassword");
        # Send email syntax
        $Email.Send($From, $To, $Subject, $Body)

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