As we mentioned previously, Microsoft is releasing an update to further harden the Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) as a defense-in-depth precaution for our customers. This update is now available for download. As an additional measure, we are providing the SHA1 and SHA2 hashes of the WSUS update and the WU client files we released today. This allows administrators to verify that the files they download are from Microsoft. The hashes are listed in the update KB article. We strongly urge WSUS administrators to apply these updates as soon as possible to take advantage of the added security they offer. If you’d like to read more, please review the MSRC blog for more information.
Please follow the following steps to ensure a smooth deployment:
The problem that I ran across is the installer just doesn't work correctly. I had to manually extract a DLL file, a CER file, and a SQL file and place them in the appropriate location on my machine and then re-run the patch for it to correctly install. Before, I was getting a ton of errors about not accepting the signed files. Look at the response from chucker2.
We have applied the update to several of our SCCM servers (with a SUP) and the update appears to have broken the update services service as it refuses to start now. Those servers are now throwing wsus sync errors back to the primary. Not looking forward to 20+ boxes to reinstall.....
For those running into "issues" with or after installing KB2720211 see blogs.technet.com/.../wsus-kb272011-common-issues-encountered-and-how-to-fix-them.aspx
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