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Trying to approve updates, but do not see the accept button for the license agreement.  Can ya help?
Thanks In Advance.
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Go in Updates First select the updates you want to approve or install then on left side top you will find "Change Approval"  click on it & select install from it.

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i do not see that option. where are you talking about?
not sure if we are on the same page either.  i approve an update.
i get the box stating that you are about to appove a new list of updates to become available to your client computers.
click yes. license agreement pops up.  it shows what i am approving and has the license agreement.  i do not see the buttons for no or yes to answer the license agreement.
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think i just found my answer...will let you know...thanks again.

Q. The Yes/No buttons to accept the end user licensing agreement (EULA) are not available when I attempt to approve updates. How can I fix this?
 
A. This is typically caused by the fact that your display DPI setting is greater than 96 dpi. Go to Control Panel>Display Properties>Settings>Advanced and make sure that the Display Setting is "Normal size (96 DPI)."
 
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that was it...was on the sus server's q&a homepage on MS
thanks
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