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Unable to update high priority security updates RRS feed

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  • I could not receive updates from Microsoft because the Network policy was not set to permit this action. According to instructions provided by Microsoft, I must log on as administrator, and run gpedit from Start->Run menu to change the system's network policy. 

    Unfortunately, I was unable to access the administrator functions on my own PC. As this is my home PC, I did not see the need to set up password access.  When I installed Norton 360 on my PC a few years ago, the system blocked me out from all administrator's functions on the PC. Now, I have replaced Norton 360 with One Care, but I am still unable to access the administrator's functions. 

    Is there anything that I could do to re-enter the administrator functions?Thank you for your kind assistance!
    Monday, October 13, 2008 3:00 AM

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