Gpupdate not updating computer policy
Even changing the update interval should revert back to its previous setting on boot.
As mentioned in a comment, circumventing Group Policies is typically a violation of your companies acceptable computer use.
my problem is that I have 3 printers called "HAD - Print 1 på SVFREJA", 4 printers called "TAA - Print 1 på SVFREJA" and 3 printers called "TAA - Print 2 på SVFREJA" ... Class Guid: One minute later: Device SWD\PRINTENUM was configured.
I don't know how many times I've had people call because they can't find site X or Y, all of which are linked on our corporate portal home page... If you have local admin privileges, maybe you could alter the ACL of the registry keys affected by the GPO to prevent them from being applied, as GPO's are basically remotely modified registry keys.
I see an option to set an update interval to 45 days - can I disable all updates completely?
I want to stop stuff from the corporate network from overwriting the hacks I make locally. Your system administrator will know if you disable group policy completely.
The sysadmins are less likely to elevate your hackish tendancies to management, thus getting you fired, and 2.
The sysadmins will probably tell you exactly how to do it.