Wsus not updating status report
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If you find that your WSUS clients are not sending status updates back to the server then this is something you’ll want to check out: ================= You may notice that your clients will check into WSUS and install updates properly but don’t send any status reports back to the server even though you can see that events were being generated locally.
If you review the IIS logs you may also see that the client IP addresses never attempt to post to the WSUS servers “reportingwebservice”.
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Hello Everyone, I’m running a Server 2008 R2 box with the WSUS role running on it. I have noticed that the summary status of updates has many updates with no status. I read that my wsus database might need some TLC so I ran the reindexing that is recommend but nothing.
Hello, I just did a successful installation of wsus .
Between the Windows and the SCEP updates, the respective software update groups, ADRs, deployments, etc. There are no errors in Agent ** START ** Agent: Finding updates [Caller Id = Ccm Exec] Agent * Include potentially superseded updates Agent * Online = Yes; Ignore download priority = Yes Agent * Criteria = "(Deployment Action=* AND Type='Software') OR (Deployment Action=* AND Type='Driver')" Agent * Service ID = Managed Agent * Search Scope = PT PT: Synchronizing server updates PT Service Id = , Server URL = Web Service/PT PT: Synchronizing extended update info PT Service Id = , Server URL = Web Service/PT Service Id = , Server URL = Web Service/Agent * Added update .101 to search result ~[Omitting 425 more lines identical except for the particular update GUID.] Agent * Found 426 updates and 75 categories in search; evaluated appl.We countered this by disabling Windows Update through a registry change: This stopped Windows Update from running automatically if it loses policy.We have since added this to our New PC batch file that we run on all new PCs.Very simple site hierarchy - one site server provides MP, DP, SUP, etc.
roles, and has WSUS installed (with all configuration performed by SCCM).
It appears that when you manually do a Windows Update "Check for Updates" it will then find our WSUS server.