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From: mbs at mistrealm.com (Michael Schaefer)
Subject: Windows Update

Unless you have actual experience with Microsoft updates screwing up 
your systems...

Unless you care about actually understanding why your application 
suddenly stops working and have no idea that an update was rammed into 
your computer...

So you are right, as long as you are a totally irresponsible admin, this 
change is a good idea.



James Tucker wrote:

>There really should be no reason why you would want to disable the
>Automatic Updates service anyway, unless you are rolling out updates
>  
>
Experience teaches again and again about the folly of men.


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