Wsus 3 0 sp2 clients not updating
Finally, it bears repeating: if you plan to deploy Windows 10 your environment, yet are still using WSUS 3.2, then we strongly recommend considering a migration sooner rather than later.WSUS 3.2 cannot today and will not in the future be able to fully support Windows 10 servicing (specifically feature updates), and in order to experience the true vision for Windows as a service, you'll need to use WSUS 4.0 or later.To give your server a chance at receiving updates—including Windows Server Update Services 3.0 SP2 Dynamic Installer for Server Manager [x64 Edition] (KB972493)—through Microsoft’s website, temporarily disable intranet Microsoft update service location: Edit the Default Domain Policy in Group Policy Management, open , pick a single product with fewest updates possible (e.g., Silverlight).Windows Update now recommends the installation of Update for Windows Server Update Services 3.0 SP2 [for x64-based Systems] (KB2720211).Another symptom and a confirmation of the broken IIS hypothesis is a selection of the following warning and error events listed for Windows Server Update Services: service prior to manipulation.Open Server Manager and remove Web Server (IIS) and Windows Server Update Services roles.Especially for larger businesses, migrating a WSUS hierarchy is nontrivial, and may take much of the extra time that has been granted for this operation.
We received feedback that ending this product's life in July 2017 would cause a significant disruption for those Windows Server 2008/R2 deployments that planned to rely upon it until January 2020.
When asked for, leave the check boxes clear for the removal of WSUS database, log files and downloaded update files. During the installation of WSUS 3.0 SP2, the Server Manager on Windows Server 2008 [R2] actually looks for Windows Server Update Services 3.0 SP2 Dynamic Installer for Server Manager [x64 Edition] (KB972493), but the update server is normally configured to receive updates from itself, and there’s no itself—functioning at least—for the moment.
So, when it tries Installation failed The update could not be found.
We have clients reporting in but they do not appear to be installing any updates. After a client checks in (usually fairly fast) it may take a while before it gets its first round of updates, if the machines are being used during the day then it will happen later... I have the GPO pushed to a small group of pc's just for testing purposes right now, approximately 25 Windows 7 and 1 XP machine.
From a client, I'll open up a cmd prompt and type: wuauclt /detectnow, then I check the Windows Update log and I get the attached message. If you just deployed i would wait a bit before fixing something that may not be broken,... The one XP machine is installing its updates and one Windows 7 is.