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How do I stop a PC from receiving updates from WSUS on a SBS2008?

Posted on 2010-09-20
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Hello,

I need to stop the updates that are pushed by the WSUS on a SBS 2008. how do I just stop that for onw of my PCs on the domain?

Thanks for your help!
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benofishal earned 500 total points
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Hi,

Open the WSUS snap in from Administrative Tools.

Expand Computers, then All Computers, click Update Services Client Computers.

Click the computer you do not want to receive updates, on the right hand side click Change Memebership.

Here you can now select which groups it will be a member of. Unselect it's current membership then check Update Services Excluded Computers.

Hope this helps.
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by:ArgTech
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Thanks! I cant beleive I didnt see it there before.

thanks again!
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