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I have a domain logged XP pro machine ,I logged administrator this machine But there is no permission for automatic Updates disable. There is many choose but all are GREY no permission to change? administrator has not permission?

what can be pls help?  
Windows XPWindows Server 2008

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johnb6767

8/22/2022 - Mon
Michael Roodt

Have you tried adding yourself as local administrator?
orkinos

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yep I logged domain\administrator and local\administrator But they are still grey.I just wanted disable automatic update option.
There chooesed active but other all choose are grey NO permission i think
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administrator has no permission.I CANT BELIVE IT:))
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No Solution?!!!
David_Ingledew

Check group policy - either global or check this one WS....
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GP do you mean local of the workstation or on server GP?
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David_Ingledew

server gp - could be enforcing local policies.
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ok thanks I will look
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No Luck,But i do not understand smtg ,I logged machine just normal Local admin like wkstn1\administrator,still option are Grey.
Please correct me when i am wrong,This is now local machine isnt it? why they still grey? i do not understand
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