There isn't "a" solution because there isn't "a" problem. All you've told us so
far is that you've lost internet access after installing a set of updates; this
could be caused by any number of different things. If you'll start a new thread
and describe your problem in detail - including which operating system you are
running and what service pack level you are at, as well as the history of the
problem - we may be able to help.
Note that Software Distribution Service isn't actually a separate product or
component on your computer. It's just the name that Windows Update puts on the
restore points it creates. No, I don't know why it doesn't put Windows Update;
it's just one of those things.
I'm not sure what you mean by "uninstalling SDS"; could you expand on this,
please? There shouldn't have been anything in Add/Remove Programs called
Software Distribution Service, unless it's an unrelated third-party product.
It would be unwise to stop installing Microsoft updates. However malicious you
may feel Microsoft is being, I assure you there are far worse people on the
internet who will take advantage of machines with missing security patches.
It is likely that your problem is not really quite the same as the original
posters, no matter how similar the symptoms may appear.
From your earlier post:
You'll be thinking of the fuss about the last update to the Automatic Updates
service itself. This class of update installs automatically, ignoring the
"notify but don't download" or "download but don't install" options - but it
cannot install if you turn Automatic Updates off altogether.