WSUS is also a requirement for the Software Update option in SCCM 2007.What I hope this post will teach you is how to use Group Policy in your environment to milk the absolute most out of your existing WSUS infrastructure.
I've remoted to some of the clients and forced them to report to WSUS, but after a short while, it still says it hasn't reported.
I know I'm missing something simple since this has to be a somewhat common setup for other small and medium organizations.
Batch Patch was designed to be simple and intuitive.
Special attention was paid to keeping the app as slim as possible.
I wasn't sure so I include both of them - from the image you can see that I have put inside the relevant AD Groups and WSUS Look in the Windows Update control panel on the client machine.
If you have WSUS configured properly, there will be a message that says something like "Updates are managed by your Systems Administrator". I have always done this just by expanding "Computers::[OU]" in the Update Services screen in the WSUS server: It shows the last report date for each computer in the OU.
Currently on a computer running Windows 7 on a domain the Windows Update does not run by itself because "You receive updates: Managed by your system administrator".
The error code is 8024402C Detail: Open Windows Update, there you see a red message "Windows could not search for new updates", Code 8024402C.
Corect me if I'm wrong, I am not sure about option.
Does it want as a value of the names of the AD Groups or the names of the WSUS groups?
Finally, an app that lets you load a list of computers, and then kick off the Windows update installation and reboot process on all of them, simultaneously.