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How to uninstall a windows 2003 server update.

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For some reason our server got updated by windows without us knowing...And is now givings us problems with our mapped drives. How do I uninstall the latest windows updates on the server?

Server :Server 2003 SP3
Clients: Xp Pro sp2
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Add/remove programs, check the Show updates check box, and choose remove. Remove in reverse order and make sure your backups are in order.
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