Updating your computer is almost complete
I took a few of the registry keys from his script to delay the very annoying [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\Windows Update\AU] “Reboot Relaunch Timeout Enabled”=dword:00000001 “Reboot Relaunch Timeout”=dword:000005a0 “No Auto Reboot With Logged On Users”=dword:00000001 Save the blue text above in a text editor and name it nonag.reg, then double click to import it into the registry.
Note that you can stop the nag screens totally by disabling the Automatic Updates service.All three errors refer to the same group of files (two errors in "Open NETCF" and one in "Open NETCF.Win32"); How could it be that these types did exist in the class earlier in the day, and now they don't? When I went to compile this (the next) morning in the VM (XP Mode), I got: I got this yesterday, too, and didn't think much of it - just clicked the Restart Now button.After restarting and building, I get 0 errors again, so it was apparently not a problem with the code itself.I don't know if this is pertinent, but I also got today (both times the XP Mode VM started up): One thing to check is to see if your project is accidentally set to use the . That cause all kinds of odd 'unknown type' problems.To check, go to your project properties, then to the Application tab, and check the "Target Framework" setting. NET Framework 4 Client Profile", try changing it to ".
NET Framework 4" and rebuild to see that's what's causing it. NET 1.1 project, running in XP Mode on Windows 7, Visual Studio 2003. I guess this kind of thing was a known issue with VS 2003 and/or .
I was surfing for some WSUS scripts today and came across this one by Mohammed.
This script is for configuring client machines to use a local WSUS server rather than Windows/Microsoft Update web sites.
You can also use Group Policy to distribute these settings to clients.
The Stuff that's in my head weblog posts a simple tip for removing the annoying Windows Update nag that pops up asking you over and over again whether you'd like to restart your computer now or later.
Now, to get rid of it: Start / Run / / Local Computer Policy / Computer Configuration / Administrative Templates / Windows Components / Windows Update / Re-prompt for restart with scheduled installations Seems simple enough.