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Windows Update Server Management Console


Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) can be used to manage the deployment of the latest Microsoft Windows operating system updates. When using WSUS, we can fully manage the distribution of updates within the network, we can download software updates from Microsoft, and we can deploy them to computers in our own network [1].

WSUS comprises the following components:

  • Microsoft Update—Microsoft website that distributes security updates.
  • Windows Server Update Services (WSUS)—The server that is installed on the Windows Server 2003/2008, which can be used to manage and distribute security updates through administrative console. It can obtain updates from Microsoft Update or from another WSUS server.
  • WSUS Administration Console—This is automatically installed on the WSUS server and can also be installed on other Windows operation systems and can be used to manage WSUS server inside the network.
  • Automatic Updates—This is a service built into the Windows operating system that can be used to get updates from Microsoft Update or from a WSUS server.

Installation of Windows Server 2008 and WSUS

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