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    SCCM Windows Updates Question

    Hi,

    Windows updates for clients and servers are successfully going out and is working quite well. During the deployment process, i have been setting deadlines for the installation and my deplyment template gives 5 minutes notice before forcing a restart.

    One of the computers i have been targeting for phase 1 of windows 7 updates is reguarly switched off before the deadline completes. Now when she switches the computer on in the morning, after 30 mins or so she gets a messge to save work as the computer is about to restart. How do other people manage this?

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    I don't let the machines restart.
    Staff turning them off at the end of the day then on the morning is sufficient.



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