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Inside SBS Podcast Episode #20 - R2 and WSUS

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In this week's episode, we finally return to talk about R2 in general terms, and then dive in to WSUS.

 

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Show Notes:

00:00 Where have you guys been?
01:15 Getting ready for R2 and WSUS
03:00 First impressions - upgraded console
04:20 Slow loading?
06:30 R2 Components
07:20 Extended CAL rights for SQL and Exchange.  Multiple Exchange Servers in an SBS org?
14:10 WSUS SP1 and SBS integration
15:54 SBS 2003 R2 is not Windows Server 2003 R2
17:20 The great DFSR debate
19:10 FSRM
21:10 R2 Setup - PremTech before CD6 or not?
25:10 Upgrading WSUS
28:30 WSUS Group Policies
29:34 The first 48 hours - the initial synch, only critical security updates applied
37:20 Approval for detection and scheduled tasks
38:00 Understanding metadata
41:15 Client updates and automatic reboots
42:30 Uses the Update Services UI to make changes, not GPOs directly
44:00 Understanding what's happening on the client in the background
46:00 Clients reporting errors to the Update Services console - waiting 24 hrs
47:15 Pinpointing client vs server errors - error 0x80072ee2 (transient connectivity)
49:00 Use Remove Computer wizard to decommission clients

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  • The Official SBS Blog : Inside SBS Podcast Episode #20 - R2 and WSUS: http://blogs.technet.com/sbs/archive/2006/07/28/443854.aspx...

  • ...now obviously we have to wait for the media...but just to let everyone know because there were some...

  • One clarification... visualize the section of the WSUS where the left side is "All Microsoft Products" and the right side is "update, drivers, securty patches, bla, bla, bla"

    The left side of "All Microsoft products" can't be changed from that selection of "All MS Products" without the SBS's WSUS changing to the blue check (meaning that SBS's WSUS is no longer controlling) .  Thus, it's designed to ensure that as new products come online the server will pick up those new products.

    You can mess with the right side of that screen and the SBS's WSUS will still control, you can't mess with the left side where that "all MS products" is.

  • I'm putting my Dew/Koolaid drink on the table this morning and I'm going to flat out ask the community......

  • I'm putting my Dew/Koolaid drink on the table this morning and I'm going to flat out ask the community......

  • thanks