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Wes

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Hi all,

I inherited a domain recently and we've been building things out and migrating as much as possible, but some of the existing servers are going to have to stick around for a while for various reasons.

At some point these were configured for WSUS but I am not sure how and can't find anything in GPO or local policies that is setting it.  I have even created a new GPO switching updates to "allow local admin to choose" and it's not having any effect - they all still report that things are managed by your system administrator and don't allow manual checks/installs.

Any ideas where else I should look?
thanks!
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donoli

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http://www.itprotoday.com/management-mobility/script-makes-searching-gpo-settings-snap


https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-server/administration/windows-server-update-services/deploy/4-configure-group-policy-settings-for-automatic-updates
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Pieter

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Does rsop.msc and/or gpresult.exe learns you anything ?
Maybe a local GPO ? Try gpedit.msc on the server.

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Wes

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Yep as mentioned checked local policies as well as GPOs.

I can see my own newly created GPO applying with gpresult, but there is no effect and I can't trigger a manual update check despite having "configure automatic updates" set to 5.
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Wes

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Definitely not getting any settings from anywhere other than my gpo, and it is not reflecting the settings set in my gpo.  It's as if their old agent (N-Able I think it was?) somehow permanently tattooed these settings, even though the agent has been removed.
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