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MDT: Install updates with WSUS

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Presentation In this tutorial, I’ll explain how to enable Windows updates to a WSUS server when deploying an image with MDT. Enable updates Open the properties of an installation sequence, go to the Task Sequence 1 tab and activate one of the two update patches 2 by unchecking the Disable this step 3> box. > and click on the Apply…

WSUS: Fix the problem of downloading Windows 10 updates

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The upgrades of Windows 10 are distributed using an .ESD file. By default, the WSUS server (IIS) does not process requests on ESD files and this fact in the Windows Update Manager updates remains at 0% download. To solve this problem, it has the MIME type declared in IIS. 1. Go to the IIS console of the WSUS server, select…


How to install and configure WSUS on Windows Server

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Windows Server Update Service (WSUS) is a built-in role in Windows Server, which enables the implementation of a Microsoft Updates distribution system internally. The benefits of WSUS: Monitoring the deployment of updates Reduced internet bandwidth Update Installation Report Ability to uninstall an update in case of problem. Prerequisites A physical or virtual machine dedicated to WSUS. 2CPU 4GB of RAM…

Powershell: Automatically decline ARM64 Updates on WSUS

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The PowerShell script below allows you to automatically decline ARM64 updates from Windows 10 into WSUS. The script can be started manually or by a scheduled task. The script must be running on the WSUS server. Works under: Windows 2012 and 2010R2 Windows 2016 Param( [string]$WsusServer = ([system.net.dns]::GetHostByName('localhost')).hostname, [bool]$UseSSL = $False, [int]$PortNumber = 8530, [bool]$TrialRun = $False, [bool]$EmailLog = $False,…

Powershell: Automatically decline Itanium Updates on WSUS

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The PowerShell script below allows you to automatically decline Itanium updates in WSUS. The script can be started manually or by a scheduled task. The script must be run on the WSUS server. Works under: Windows 2008 et 2008R2 Windows 2012 et 2010R2 Windows 2016 Param( [string]$WsusServer = ([system.net.dns]::GetHostByName('localhost')).hostname, [bool]$UseSSL = $False, [int]$PortNumber = 8530, [bool]$TrialRun = $False, [bool]$EmailLog =…

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