"Glen" <Glen@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>I didn't decline it. It shows as expired and says it is recommended that I
> decline it. It is the update for group policy extensions for XP clients.
> it is expired, I assume it must have been supersceded by another update.
*Expired* updates are usually indications that REVISIONS have been
Look in the revision history for that update.
Superceding updates are published as an entirely new package, and rarely
involve expiring a superceded package
(unless the superceded package is so defective or dysfunctional that it is
dangerous to deploy to a system).
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