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    SCCM 2012 question

    Hello,

    I don't know if I posted in the correct category but I had a question in regards to SCCM 2012. We are having a problem where machines are rebooting after Windows security updates are applied via WSUS. On out own test devices, seperate from our lab, there is an Windows update prompt to reboot the machine (i.e. 1 hour, 2 hour, 4 hour). This is what we want so machines are not automotically rebooted. However, on our lab test PC's, the machines are rebooting after a countdown timer. We want to prevent this but we don't know what the difference is between our own test pc's and the lab test pc's. Hoping someone could assist if they experienced this type of problem with their deployment. Thanks a lot.

    Trinh4life

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    I'm assuming that since you titled this as a "SCCM 2012 question" that you've installed the SCCM 2012 client on your lab PCs and the countdown timer you are seeing is the SCCM client letting you know that it has installed updates and is now rebooting the machine. Are these assumptions correct?

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