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XenApp 6 Servers are displaying reboot message for Windows Updates

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After we approve Microsoft Security Udpates on our XENApp6 Farm when users log into applications they receive a message asking if they want to reboot the server to finish installing the update.  How do we stop this message from appearing?  
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The behavior of Windows Update can be controlled via Group Policy, see http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc720539(WS.10).aspx

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use group policy(windows update) to block the message
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The actual group policy setting that needs to be disabled is Allow non-administrators to receive update notifications.  This way normal users are not accidently installing updates and rebooting servers.
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Each of the solutions were partially correct but did not have the complete answer to the question.
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