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SCCM 2007 Classifications / Update Respository

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I just setup SCCM 2007 and I initially set the Software Update Point Component, Classification List to include everything and it synchronized to the Update Repository. I want to back track and only download critical and security updates. I changed the Classification list to include only those two classifications but I can’t get the others to disappear from the Update Repository. I’ve done several synchronizations over the past few days and the others still show up, how do I get ride of these?
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Expired updates are removed automatically after 14 days.
The question are they marked as expired when they are no longer synced...

I could expire all updates by reinstalling SUP and WSUS. This will expire each update except of them which you want to get synced
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