There are many ways to achieve a well-functioning Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) system. Unfortunately, not all of them lead to the final destination, many are rather stages on the way. One of these stages I would like to introduce to you here, solved with some PowerShell. First some theory, when a computer requests the … Continue reading „Clean up Windows Server Update Services“

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I recently had an interesting phenomenon in a rather extensive environment. With a newly installed WSUS Server based on Windows Server 2016, some clients encountered errors “0x8024400D”. The clients were previously connected to an old WSUS on Windows Server 2008R2. Strange, there everything worked… The usual attempts to reset the WSUS client, for example, brought … Continue reading „Problems with the Windows Server Update Service – 0x8024400D“

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In the past, a company-specific standard was usually always used for local administrator passwords. But what do you do if an employee who knows the default password leaves the company? Right, it should be changed. In the past, Group Policies (GPO) were often used for this, even if the password was in clear text in … Continue reading „Local Administrator Password Solution (LAPS)“

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