I'm the user of a computer (Windows 7) that is part of a domain and I want to make sure its configured to use WSUS (Windows Server Update Services) and download updates from a local server instead of downloading updates directly from Microsoft servers.
Is there a way to definitely assert if WSUS is configured and maybe even obtain information about the configured WSUS server if one exists?
You need to make sure that the WSUS agent service (Automatic Updates) and BITS (Background Intelligent Transfer Service) are running.
The System\Application event viewer events can help you identify and troubleshoot this issue.
It prepares the way for WSUS to automatically decrypt Windows 10 feature updates.
It's needed for Windows Server 2012 and Windows Server 2012 R2 users that want to keep Windows 10 clients up to date.
s-10-1607/Adding KB3176495 as a preinstall package for one of my deployments via MDT seemed to help but it isn't working now. Have you considered using Fiddler2 to validate the machine is reaching out to the correct WSUS and not any peers?Microsoft's KB3148812 patch for WSUS was supposed enable automatic decryption of Windows 10 feature updates in preparation for Microsoft's "anniversary update," coming this summer.However, the patch had some flaws, causing WSUS to not be able to connect with Windows clients, among other problems.On the client run gpresult or to make sure that the details of the WSUS server exist.If not then a couple possible causes include: To address this, you need to make sure that the group policy is successfully updated on each client and that the WSUS setting is properly configured.
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