Wsus not updating

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We can expect to see several major updates to Windows 10 each year.

Keeping up with these updates can be very difficult depending on how they are treated.If you are like many IT administrators, you probably held off on the early releases and decided to let someone else sort through potential problems.Without a bit of prep work, the WSUS environment doesn’t understand the components needed to download and deploy the Windows 10 upgrade.You can read the original Tech Net guidance here and here. NET Framework Releases to learn about newer releases. NET Framework 4.6.1 and its language packs are now available on Windows Update (WU) and WSUS for Windows 7 SP1 and Windows Server 2012 R2. NET 4.6.1 will be made available as a Recommended update which means that users with Automatic Updates (AU) enabled (which is most users) will get the release automatically.NET Framework 4.6.1 from being deployed to these client machines in order to allow testing of internal applications to be completed before deployment.In such scenarios, administrators can deploy a registry key to machines in order to prevent the . The solution outlined below is the official response from the WSUS product team, with a bit more explanation.The five steps steps below fix improper upgrades in WSUS below specifically show how to undo the damage caused by improper syncing of the Windows 10 1511 upgrade.The upgrade has been downloaded but it has been saved to the WSUS database as a regular update.This problem was preemptively fixed by installing the hotfix for KB 309511.


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