The system on which the TechNet and MSDN blogs run is in the process of being upgraded. With this upgrade comes lots of new features, and new ways for us to engage with you, and for you to track and view the blogs.
However, until the upgrade is complete, comments (way down on the bottom of the page) are disabled. This prevents any of your comments from being lost during the migration. You can still use the e-mail author link (off to the right, under This Blog – Email) to contact us.
For more information about this migration, see Sean Jenkin’s blog. Sean is the PM for the TechNet and MSDN blogs, and is posting information about the new features and the status of the update…
Thanks for reading, and stay tuned for a new look and new features… :D
FCS antimalware updates are classified in WSUS as critical updates. Therefore, if you want to automatically approve these updates you must create a rule for the Forefront Client Security product and the Critical Updates category in WSUS.
There are two items to note:
To configure the auto approval rule, use the following steps (WSUS 3.0):
To approve an antimalware update that requires a EULA acceptance, or if you don’t want to create an auto approval rule (as above), you must manually approve antimalware updates. For more information about manually approving updates, see Approving the Updates in the WSUS Operations guide.
The latest antimalware client update as of this blog publication date is 979536; you can search for the update using the following steps:
You can also create an update view, using the following steps;
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