How to purge WSUS updates?

I would like to remove/purge all the unneeded updates from WSUS.
I have declined them in the Windows SBS console but I don't know how to purge them.

I have found a tool for purging the files but it doesn't work on Windows Server 2008 SBS.
Can anyone tell me how to purge the unneeded WSUS files?

Thanks in advance!
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Cris HannaSr IT Support EngineerCommented:
Under Adminstrative Tools > Windows Software Update Services

Expand the left side til you see "Options"    Click on Options > Then find and run the Server Clean Up Wizard

Don't do anything else in this console

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Have you tried running the Server Cleanup Wizard (under Options in the WSUS console)? This deletes all expired and superceeded updates, computers etc...
Clyde_RadcliffeAuthor Commented:
@NotVeryFat: Thanks I could not find the WSUS console but I managed to open it using MMC. All the declined updates are now purged. Thanks!
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