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Something I learned recently, courtesy of Michael Hampton, is that an update to the Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool not only applies the update but also runs the tool, which accounts for the lengthy install time for that update. The following MS article has more details: http://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/890830
How are you receiving Windows Updates? Via. a controlled WSUS server, or directly from Microsoft's Automatic Update service? If it's via WSUS you can remove these updates from the WSUS server, or control the method you are approving updates. If it's from the automatic update service from Microsoft, I think your best bet is hiding the updates in the ...
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