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How to block a particular update in Windows 7?

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I never want to be prompted or asked or hinted or reminded or notified about a particular update... in this case IE9.

How can I block all prompts, hints, reminders, notifications and update attempts on a particular update, while leaving automatic update in place.

Windows 7 on a Server 2003 domain.

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You can right click on that update and "Hide Update".
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