Updating group policy in windows xp
Enabling this policy setting removes access to Windows Update features for the specified user, but Automatic Updates still checks for updates for the computer and does not notify users with this policy set.
I recently wrote about how much I dislike the way Windows One Care requires you to enable Windows Automatic Update to download and install updates automatically, since Automatic Update installations often automatically reboot my computer when complete.
 Several installed applications are Microsoft based, but are not part of the machine standard (eg Visual studio).
As such, I am not getting the updates for these applications.
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Jason Stangroome left a comment informing me that there are registry and group policy settings to prevent automatic reboots.
However because of numerous variants of Wanna Crypt and these other known security issues with SMB v1 (e.g.
man-in the middle); many organizations have issued mandates to completely disable SMBv1 as strategic security countermeasure against future threats.