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The Windows Server Update Service (WSUS) lets Windows administrators manage operating system updates using their own servers instead of Microsoft's Windows Update servers.This module configures Puppet agents to schedule update downloads and installations from a WSUS server, manage user access to update settings, and configure automatic updates.
Really decide which and when to install updates from a centralized server, globally or per host : - installation schedule - updates to install - email results - configure extra Windows Update parameters Works with WSUS server or Windows Update from Microsoft. See REA...
A tool to assist with managing a WSUS (Windows Server Update Services) server. Provides functionality missing from the standard WSUS console such as checking computers in WSUS against Active Directory and batch management of Computer Groups.
WSUS 2 or WSUS 3 does not support an official way to extract files. GWC Core makes it easier four you. You'll find a class library and a very simple example. Enter a KB-Number, specify a target and wait a moment. Then you'll see the extractet files. ;-) Happy extracting!
More flexibility with an additional control console for your Windows Update deployments. Utilises WSUS and wuinstall, along with scripts to force status update now, patch download, patch install and reboot Beta. Core functionality OK.
WSUS Smart Approve is a tool for Microsoft Windows Server Update Service. Its purpose to approve updates as they are detected as being needed, rather than download a vast amount of unnecessary downloads through following an "approve all" approach.
$ sudo pip install -U fig$ building -o fig.yml myuser/container-name$ fig up -dCreating myapp_web_1...$ fig scale web=3Starting myapp_web_2...Starting myapp_web_3...$ fig ps Name Command State Ports -------------------------------------------------- myapp_web_3 /start web Up 49192->8080/tcp myapp_web_2 /start web Up 49191->8080/tcp myapp_web_1 /start web Up 49190->8080/tcp This gives you a full Heroku like scaling environment in