troubleshooting Question

Hide Notification on Server 2003 Terminal Services

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I have a Terminal Services server running on Windows Server 2003 Enterprise R2 x64.

After installing Windows updates the server usually requires a reboot. I schedule the reboot at the end of the production day. During the time between the update and the reboot the end users are annoyed with the prompt to "reboot now or reboot later".  Is there a way to turn off that notification so that the end users never see that pop-up?
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