Got the author gkweb permission to post a link to the the original post. Which has the dl link. But not to uploadit or to post the direct dl link.
A little from the post.
After having read many threads on various forums, I found that everyone is using his own manual method to remove the possibly installed Microsoft WGA notification tool. Some boot into safe mode and create empty 0Kb WgaLogon.dll file, others will use the NTFS permissions to remove the execution flag from the files (WgaLogon.dll and WgaTray.exe), others will try to remove the registry entry loading the DLL, and finally some uses all methods.
All of these methods may not be convenient for everyone, and are anyway not automated. I have created a small tool removing the WGA notification