Use Powershell To Make WSUS Suck Less

WMI eventsWindows Software Update Services (WSUS) has been around for a long time and has provided IT professionals a free tool to manage Windows and some third party updates across all of their Windows systems. It eases the task of inventorying, installing and maintaining patches across Windows.
WSUS relies on a server and a policy on each computer it’s managing. Managing WSUS typically consists of working with two types of objects: the WSUS server(s) and the Windows clients. There’s not a single tool out there that helps with each of these. This is where PowerShell can help out.

 

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Adam Bertram

Chief Automator at Adam the Automator, LLC
Adam Bertram is an independent consultant, technical writer, trainer and presenter. Adam specializes in consulting and evangelizing all things IT automation mainly focused around Windows PowerShell. Adam is a Microsoft Windows PowerShell MVP, 2015 powershell.org PowerShell hero and has numerous Microsoft IT pro certifications. He authors IT pro course content for Pluralsight, is a regular contributor to numerous print and online publications and presents at various user groups and conferences.You can find Adam here on the blog or on Twitter at @adbertram.

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