imageHere’s another great article I found while I was checking out what was new over on the TechNet Wiki this morning. This one was written by Travis Plunk and discusses the best practices for securing WSUS with SSL:

One of the questions that always come up during the planning phase of WSUS is how to secure the communication between WSUS and the clients. The general guidelines for this deployment are documented at Securing WSUS with the Secure Sockets Layer Protocol article and you should always read it first. The goal of this article is to extent this list and highlight additional considerations that you should take while planning this type of deployment…

You can continue reading his article here.

J.C. Hornbeck | System Center Knowledge Engineer

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