Wsus not updating all computers

If you google the issue, it appears that Windows 1607 doesn't play nice with WSUS.It likes to get stuck downloading updates and never go anywhere.After you set up a client computer, it may take a few minutes before it appears on the Computers page in the WSUS console (this console is available to admins running their own WSUS server, but not for admins who point their clients at the CITES WSUS server).For client computers configured with an Active Directory-based GPO, it can take about 20 minutes after Group Policy refreshes (that is, applies any new settings to the client computer).By default, Group Policy refreshes in the background every 90 minutes, with a random offset of 0 to 30 minutes.If you want to refresh Group Policy sooner, you can go to a command prompt on the client computer and type in a console with Administrative permissions: gpupdate /force.

To link one of these policies and install the products on the machines in an OU that you control: The current GPOs provided by CITES Security are (in both the UIUC and UOFI domains): DEPT_Use CITESWSUSServer_3AMUpdate_Security DEPT_Use CITESWSUSServer_9AMUpdate_Security DEPT_Use CITESWSUSServer_5PMUpdate_Security DEPT_Set WSUSGroup-Upgrades_Security DEPT_Set WSUSGroup-All Service Packs_Security DEPT_Set WSUSGroup-All Updates_Security DEPT_Set WSUSGroup-App Service Packs_Security DEPT_Set WSUSGroup-Baseline_Security DEPT_Set WSUSGroup-OSService Packs_Security Based on the data from the Weekly WSUS Approvals section of the CITES Security Brief between February of 2011 and February of 2012, here are some numbers about the frequency of reboots in each of these groups to help you decide which group is right for your machine: Weeks that had no updates at all: 12 Weeks with no updates requiring a reboot: 11 Now breaking it down by each of our client-side targeting groups (remember that All Service Packs is a superset of OS and Application Service Packs, and that All Updates includes that and a few more): Weeks where the OS Service Packs group had a reboot-eligible update: 9 Weeks where the Applications Service Packs group had a reboot-eligible update: 26 Weeks where the All Service Packs group had a reboot-eligible update: 28 Weeks where the All Updates group had a reboot-eligible update: 29 Based on these numbers, we can estimate that a machine in the OS Service Packs group will reboot due to the updates approximately once every 6 weeks, while members of the other groups will reboot about once every other week due to the updates (although again these numbers are high).We have to update a table in the WSUS database and correct our GPO with a new WMI filter that will work with Windows 10.Hello, The complete content of this article is only visible for registered users and it is free! Registration is free and done within 30 seconds and gives you instant access to all text, screenshots and Power Shell scripts (if any).As more computers in organizations become mobile, administrators have more difficulty determining whether a particular update has been deployed on every computer or just on some of them.Back when I worked in first-level support, it was easy to keep track of which updates had been installed because we had to install them manually and would cross computers off a central list as each computer was done.

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