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    Brian Purdy commented  · 

    This may be a good idea, but I don't believe getting a report like this is all that difficult right now using the current "in-box" reports with the proper filters.

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    Brian Purdy commented  · 

    I don't have the problem of a reboot every 24 hours because I have configured group policy to "disable" Windows software updates.
    I do like the idea of rebooting if nobody is logged on, however, i don't see any consistent way of pestering users more frequently.
    We use a scheduled task through GPO to force a weekly reboot in the wee hours before the work week starts.

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    Brian Purdy commented  · 

    Another possibility would be the option to set a "hide" flag that is permanent until removed. The standard queries would return all results that aren't hidden, however, you could add a hidden=yes to your criteria to view them.

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