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configuring GP for Windows server 2008 R2 to check for updates with MSCE2010

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I am using Microsoft System Center Essentials 2010 for my windows updates. I installed it 2 months ago and ever since it seems that I've been having problems with my PCs and Servers checking for updates.

I am using Group Policy and I have I was wondering if there's something I'm missing in configuring GP to work with MSCE2010, as it's not working for some reason.

Any thoughts?
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