Also, if you’re on a company network, do everyone a favor and check with your admin first.
This is especially important to note if you’ve got hardware IDs for multiple devices entered. It’s not a perfect solution, but using Group Policy to disable updating specific devices at least gives you a little more control than having to disable updates altogether.
If you change your mind and want to allow updates to that device again, you can go back into Group Policy Editor and disable the policy.
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