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need to stop Windows 7 SP1 from deploying in my enterprise

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So Windows 7 SP1 is crashing PC's left and right.  I have now set it to disapproved in SUS, but how do I stop it on the laptops that have already downloaded it?  GPO somehow?

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SP1 blocker from MS, which can be deployed via script (via GPO):

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=d7c9a07a-5267-4bd6-87d0-e2a72099edb7

HTH,

Kev
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