Re: I need to block .NET Framework v2.0



Hi Norbert,

You are correct! I am sorry for my misunderstand on this policy setting.
I do appreciate your clear clarification. It will benefit many other
users, including me. Thank you!

Have a nice weekend!

Steven Wang

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>Subject: Re: I need to block .NET Framework v2.0
>Date: Fri, 18 Nov 2005 11:52:07 +0100
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>Steven Wang [MSFT] wrote:
>Hi Steven,
>
>> Thanks for your reply.
>>
>> From the explaination of the policy setting: "Remove access to use all
>> Windows Update features", we can see:
>
>> notified about nor will you receive critical updates from Windows
>> Update.
>
>Yes I can see this. But what I also can see is: My computers still get
their
>updates from my SUS server. And thats logical to my, because we are
talking
>about user configuration and automatic updates service is not an user.
>
>> Should you have any concerns, please feel free to post back. Thank
>> you!
>
>Maybe it helps looking into the SUS deployment whitepaper ;)
>Interaction with other policies
>If the "Remove access to use all Windows Update features" Group Policy
>setting (located in User Configuration\Administrative Templates\Windows
>Components\Windows Update) is enabled, Automatic Updates will not notify
>that logged-on user. Because this is a user-based value, it makes a local
>administrator appear as a non-administrator so that user will not be able
to
>install updates. With this policy enabled, the Automatic Updates service
>still runs, and if configured as such, a scheduled installation can still
>occur.
>
>
>
>Bye
>
>Norbert
>
>

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