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Windows Server 2008 Automatic Updates

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Every time I search this in Google is sends me to something for Windows XP or 7. In Windows 2008 where do I go to change the automatic update option to where it only alerts me to updates and does not restart the sever.
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Control Panel - Windows Update - Change Settings - Check for updates but let me choose whether to download and install them
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server manager should open when you login.
Near the center on the right you can see "configure Updates" as in jpeg.  Then Change Settings
Server-mgr-Configure-updates.jpg
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