I have a Windows 7 laptop and it used to be controlled by WSUS via Group policy. I now have taken all GP's from the laptop (checked this via Group policy results) and this seems to work because I get now the possibility to install the updates when I shut the PC down. I also took the laptop out of the WSUS environment. I have two questions:
- When I look in updates and click "check for updates", it still gives me the message that it is controlled by the system administrator. Also after a gpupdate and reboot. What is still controlling it?
- Is there still a way to only install certain updates instead of all of them when I do a shut down? Or do I need the option that I don't have (see point 1)?
Thanks for any help