In our last tutorial we installed WSUS and we joined a new Windows 10 laptop to our server but we found that this laptop shows up in the WSUS manager as a Vista client and not as the expected Windows 10.
We have to update a table in the WSUS database and correct our GPO with a new WMI filter that will work with Windows 10.
I only have one WSUS server running from Windows 2008 R2 server.
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I have large number of clients getting patches from the WSUS server, but they are not showing up on the WSUS console.
Unfortunalty it didn’t report any problems whatsoever. As it seems the previous IT guys rolled out new systems through a cloning process.
WSUS clients are identified through an ID which is located in the registry of the WSUS clients. So it seems they didn’t remove the WSUS ID’s when creating the clone.
On WSUS server, I checked logs from inetpub\logs\logfiles\W3SVC1 and they all reports fine.
On client's registry, Windows Update is configured correctly.Any direction or ideas would be greatly appreciated.While verifying Windows patches were up to date on a few Windows 7 clients, WSUS showed one PC needed some updates with approval: "install" but status: "not installed." Running Windows Update check on the PC was not showing any updates available from the WSUS.Search all resources (documentation, videos, training, knowledge base articles) or browse resources by product.This is something I’ve been struggling with for some time now.Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion of the Technet Web site.