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WSUS

(Windows Server Update Services) Formerly Software Update Services (SUS), WSUS is Windows server software from Microsoft that automatically downloads Windows-related updates and distributes them to client machines over the local network.
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WSU has been looking for more space in Whatcom County for a while.
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For both the antivirus server and the WSUS server, we chose to use a "pull" technology.
The newly released WSUS replaces SUS as Microsoft's free patch management offering for small-to-medium size businesses.
This year the company turns its attention to automatic delivery systems for its TSUs and WSUs. After connecting the pipes, the operator simply enters the aircraft type and service location on a keyboard, to start a fully automatic and metered cycle of emptying, flushing and filling, including disinfectant dosage if required.
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Robey: Another critical tool is Windows Server Update Service (WSUS), a PMW 160 product, which functions kind of like your home computer with the patches and updates you get from Windows on a periodic basis.
Windows 8 users can obtain the Flash update via the Windows Update service, as well as through the enterprise-grade WSUS (Windows Server Update Services).
It is usually done automatically, either via the external Microsoft Update Server or an internal WSUS. The pain with this is that users most commonly get disturbed by this resource-consuming process of requesting available updates and, even worse, reboots can occur at virtually any time - not only on Microsoft Patch Day.
We ran these servers on the SIPR network and also had DNS, domain, exchange, WSUS, and SAV servers on the NIPR network.
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Instead, the credit should probably go to Microsoft's moves this spring and summer to push an IE8 upgrade to customers via Windows Update, and just last week to businesses running Windows Server Update Services (WSUS).