by Manish | Nov 30, 2022 | SCCM, Software Update, Troubleshooting
In this post I will be discussing on how to track SCCM software update patch deployment through client log flow. Patch management is a complex process which consists of various components such as Windows Update Agent, Software Update Agent, Software Update point and others.
by Manish | Apr 24, 2022 | Intune, Software Update
In this post I will be discussing on how to change source service to WSUS for feature update rather than pausing it. If you are not ready with deploying feature update, then changing the source service to WSUS (if configured) is a better option rather than pausing the feature update using update ring settings in Intune.
by Manish | Apr 24, 2022 | Software Update, Intune
In this post I will be discussing on What is Dual scan and its impact on WUfB policies. Once dual scan is enabled, it allows devices to scan against both Windows Update and Windows Server Update service (WSUS) but apply different kind of patches through this different source.
by Manish | Apr 18, 2022 | SCCM, Software Update, SQL
In this post I will be showing you how to find specific software update’s Package ID detail. Unlike Application / package which has a specific location and App ID associated with it, a specific update group can have multiple Software updates and those software updates can be part of various Deployment Packages.
By looking into configuration Manager console, it is not easy to find specific update part of which Deployment package. This can be an easy process by using SQL query.
by Manish | Mar 12, 2022 | Software Update
In this post I will walk through on how to install and configure WSUS on Windows Server 2022. Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) allows administrators to deploy Microsoft product updates. Updates can be completely managed by WSUS administrators by manually updating the required updates, hence giving full control on what to deploy and what not to.
by Manish | Mar 6, 2022 | SCCM, Software Update
In this post I will show you on how to configure Windows servicing using SCCM. Windows Servicing which is known as Windows as a service, provides the benefit of simplifying upgrading the existing Windows 10 / Windows 11 operating system by automating the process of downloading the required updates and installing on applicable devices.