The default setting in the options should be “Always allow updates”; switch it to this setting if it is disabled.
You can also switch to manual updates only or automatic silent updates if, again, you have a pressing need to do so.
Right-click on the entry, as seen in the screenshot above, and select “Add/Remove Templates…” and then browse to the location of the Google template you downloaded just a moment ago.
This method is the only surefire way to get back to regularly scheduled automatic updates.
To get started, we need to grab a copy of a custom policy template for Chrome.
Once you’ve installed the custom policy, it’s time to locate the templates within the Local Group Policy Editor.
There are two locations possible dependent on your version of Windows: Windows XP/2000 and Windows Server 2003 users need to look in Administrative Templates - Google Update. Navigate to the sub-folders outlined below and then double click on the policy entry to edit it: Google Update - Auto-update check period override Toggle the override to “Enabled”, the default frequency is 1440 minutes (every 24 hours).