I work for a small IT company that fix mostly Windows computers, and lately we have an huge issue with Windows 10 updates.
When a new computer enters our network and starts downloading updates, it block internet for every other PC.
I've read that this is because of the new P2P mode, and if I manually disable that, in fact, it works.
But I can't manually disable a setting on every client pc everytime a new customer brings his pc.
Is there a way to block this behaviour with a firewall? I'm running Ubuntu Server with FireHol to manage internet inside my network, and currently I didn't setup any QoS since we have plenty of bandwidth and when we download something on a computer we would like to do that at full speed.