Wsus not updating windows 8
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I would recommend leaving WSUS installed and merely disabling the WSUS services.
Enables the detection, download, and installation of updates for Windows and other programs.
WSUS server has both of the Windows 10 related updates (including the one that required additional steps after installation). Windows 1511 updates no problem and you can even start the 1607 update from WSUS if I approve it for a computer. Download()#Install updates.$Installer = New-Object -Com Object Microsoft. I've heard there are settings which were in 1511 (?
Just for once, I wish that one of these 6mth updates could go off without some sort of major hitch! ) that were removed in 1607 and there is not currently away to have both ADMX loaded at one time.
s-10-1607/Adding KB3176495 as a preinstall package for one of my deployments via MDT seemed to help but it isn't working now. Have you considered using Fiddler2 to validate the machine is reaching out to the correct WSUS and not any peers?
Also adding KB3176929 made no difference (both of these are referenced by multiple threads)Get-Windows Update Log is of no help since I guess it needs some symbols to make the data readable. I understand that it should be doing that per configuration, but something is wrong and narrowing down the issue might be a helpful next step.Haven't seen the issue with the test machines I've been building. You may want to check what you're using before sucking in 1607.