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Removing a computer from an sbs 2003 windows update policy.

Posted on 2013-06-18
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I have a windows XP computer within a sbs2003 domain.  I need to remove it from the windows update policy.

At the moment its blocked and I cannot turn windows updates of.
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Open the group policy editor on the windows 2003 server.
Go to the last tab 'securty'.
Add the Windows XP Computer, and give a deny on the permission 'Apply group policy'.

This should do it...
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