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Deleted Group Policy on Windows 2003 AD domain still be applied to server

I have run into an issue where a group policy that specified an internal WSUS server as the windows update location for one of my servers has been deleted, but it seems that the group policy is still applying (according to group policy modeling tool).  I have attempted to create a local policy to override it, but so far have been unsuccessful.  Is there a way to prevent this orphaned group policy from applying to my Windows 2003 server?  Let me know if you need any additional information.
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That will do it. =)
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You can split the points evenly if the others are okay with it.
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Thank you all for your input.  I wasn't exactly sure who to give credit to because they all seemed like possible solutions.
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