Sorry it's a bit of a slow process - but we're still trying to trickle out more API examples based on scenario requests from customers and ISVs.
3 more scripts will be up sometime today, including:
Please go on blogging on reporting. Post about Excel would be appreciated.
Please include samples on pulling out the inventory data, hw and sw.
I would be interested too in some help about displaying data in Excel with graphs. My main objective is to be able to make a graph of the evolution of the up-to-date machines over the time.
Thanks in advance.
Would it be possible to show how to add another Inventory Item to collect? i.e. Win32_Bios Serialnumber?
I'm just a huge fan of WSUS. And, if you look macroeconomically at the patch management software market, you can tell that others are too. What do I mean? Only that once WSUS 2.0 came out, there seemed to be a bunch of patch management companies that
I am looking for a script that will run the "Computer Tabular Status" report from WSUS 3.0 - where it lists the total updates, the needed updates, the failed updates... etc, for each machine without going into much detail about each update. We're looking for a summary of the update statistics for each computer, in a list (pretty much exactly the way the "Computer Tabular Status" report would look.
I am in a very big need of this script to use for automated reporting for our clients.
I am trying to run the sample scripts on my client machine against a remote WSUS server.
I started with script that lists computers that need a reboot (here: http://www.microsoft.com/technet/scriptcenter/scripts/sus/server/susvms08.mspx). Then I changed the GetUpdateServer() call to GetUpdateServer("servername", $false).
This fails universally from PowerShell. However, if I port the script to C# it works.
When it fails in PowerShell this is error message that I get.
Exception calling "GetUpdateServer" with "2" argument(s): "The type initializer for 'Microsoft.UpdateServices.Internal.Constants' threw an exception."
Do you guys have any suggestions on how to get the remote API working via PowerShell?
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Currently, I found that the reports show that the clients are not compliance but to my org, it had had been fully patched except for those not approved updates. I need a report that shows only the computers that are fully patched with my approved updates. Please advise.
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Hi, I wrote some vbscript last spring that queried the wsus 2.0 tables using sqloledb provider. I realize we should migrate to powershell probably, but how could I get my vbscript working again against the WSUS 3.0 Windows Internal Database? I think it's really sql 2005 embedded edition but I can't figure out how to connect anymore and I need a quick-fix before re-writing in powershell.
Good day, was wondering if its possible to script the date of when an updated was installed? Would greatly appreciate it.
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