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2008 R2 Domain Controller Windows Update Problem

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i have a windows 2008 R2 Server (Domain Controller)

i am trying to do windows update on it and tells me that "some settings are managed by your system administrator"

first of all i am logged in as the administrator
second i cant seem to find anywhere to change the restriction on the serve anywhere.
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Normally that message, when related to 'windows update' would mean that Windows Update is being controlled by Group Policy.  Check the Domain Controller policies on the Domain Controllers OU...
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