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Here’s a heads up on another cool article I found over on the TechNet Wiki today. This is another one written by Microsoft’s own Yuri Diogenes and it talks about all the things you need to be aware of if you decide to place a WSUS server on a DC:
A common question that comes up during WSUS planning phase is if WSUS is supported on when installed on a Domain Controller. Although this is documented in TechNet in various locations, it is important to highlight some additional recommendations as well as enumerate the main source of documentation for that. The goal of this article is to consolidate the Guidance on running WSUS on a Domain Controller…
You can continue reading Yuri’s article here.
J.C. Hornbeck | System Center Knowledge Engineer
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