Client and servers reboot after WSUS updates

W2K/XP Client and W2K & W2k3 Servers rebooting after WSUS pushes out updates even though the policy is set not to reboot.
undja01Asked:
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MazaraatCommented:
Create a GPO for only your servers and include these settings:

computer->admin templates->windows components->windows updates->

policy->
configure automatic updates
1.   set to '4' - auto download and schedule the install
2.  set the day (mine is 1 - Every Sunday)
3.  Schedule isntall time (mine is set to 8:00 am)

No auto-restart for scheduled Automatic update installations->
1.  Enabled

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MazaraatCommented:
after you create the GPO apply to only your servers, run gpupdate /force on a server then gpresult to make sure it has the changes.
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