Applies To: System Center Configuration Manager 2007, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R2, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R3, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 SP1, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 SP2

Before software update compliance assessment data can be displayed in the Configuration Manager 2007 console and software updates can be deployed to client computers, considerable planning should take place for software updates in the hierarchy. Then the software updates components must be configured to meet the needs of the environment.

After Configuration Manager 2007 is installed, the software updates feature must be configured. The configuration phase for software updates involves installing and configuring the software update point, as well as reviewing the configuration settings for other software updates components and modifying the settings to suit your needs. For more information about configuring software updates, see Administrator Checklist: Configuring Software Updates .

Applies To: System Center Configuration Manager 2007, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R2, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R3, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 SP1, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 SP2

Before software update compliance assessment data can be displayed in the Configuration Manager 2007 console and software updates can be deployed to client computers, considerable planning should take place for software updates in the hierarchy. Then the software updates components must be configured to meet the needs of the environment.

After Configuration Manager 2007 is installed, the software updates feature must be configured. The configuration phase for software updates involves installing and configuring the software update point, as well as reviewing the configuration settings for other software updates components and modifying the settings to suit your needs. For more information about configuring software updates, see Administrator Checklist: Configuring Software Updates .

In pursuit of increased worker productivity, a variety of IT devices, operating systems, and applications entered organizations during the boom years of the 1990's, many IT groups now support a range of older, proprietary, packaged, and leading-edge investments. The resulting portfolio of systems will therefore vary in vintage, configurations, and characteristics.

Patch Management is a practice designed to proactively prevent the exploitation of vulnerabilities on IT devices. The expected result is to reduce the time and money spent dealing with vulnerabilities and their exploitation. Taking a proactive approach to patch management will reduce or eliminate the potential for exploitation and involve considerably less time and effort than responding after vulnerability has been exploited.

This document details industry best practices for patch management and the Altiris® Patch Management Solution™ best practices as observed by Altiris professional services and technical support. Where applicable, the frequently seen requirements of various industries and customer environments are provided.

Femi, was WSUS previously installed on another server? It’s possible that group policy is configuring Windows Update settings on the clients to use the old server.

Very good and useful but hasn’t solved my problem. The issue is I met a poorly implemented SCCM. In a nutshell WSUS failed and I had to re-install the WSUS. I installed the WSUS on the site system with a remote SQL server / DB. The issue is my synchronization
is fine infact clients are picking definition updates all logs as stated in this blog seem to be fine but when I get to Software Updates Library on the SCCM console on each new update I see: Required 0 Installed 0 Percent Compliant 0. Compliance is usually
0 for new deployments. What do you think the problem is?

Nice blog!
The Problem i have is: Installed SUP on a secondary site. The SUP is healthy and running. How can i check if the Client communication regarding updates is to the new SUP on the secondary site instead of the SUP on the Primary site? LocationServices.log lists
both WSUS Server, WindowsUpdate.log only lists the Server on the Primary site. Due to a bad Connection i have to be sure that this communication stays on the secondary site…
Regards A.Richter

This FAQ outlines our recommended process for installing software updates, specifically Mac® OS X Updates. It is derived from the "Software Update" chapter of our book, Troubleshooting Mac OS X , and outlines the general procedure we use for installing updates delivered via Mac OS X Software Update.

Our book provides additional advice on troubleshooting software updates, including the Software Update application itself, and recovering from failed updates.

If you are running Mac OS X 10.4.3 or later, you can use the Verify Disk function of Disk Utility to check your startup disk with Live Verification .

This code enables an application to update itself when there is a new version available. The auto update is transparent to the user and checks for new updates every time the user launches the program. This code was written to be used in a controlled environment (intranet) and is not intended to be used through the internet due to security issues.

I've been developing client/server systems for a long time, and the worst part of the software life cycle is to update it in all users' machine. The worst scenario is when you need to make a database change, and all the users are required have the latest version, otherwise the system will crash.

Today a lot of systems offer the ability to auto update, what makes the programmer's and the user's life easier. Looking through the internet, I couldn't find any code that I could use in my projects in a simple way, so I decided to write my own code.

Applies To: System Center Configuration Manager 2007, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R2, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R3, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 SP1, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 SP2

Before software update compliance assessment data can be displayed in the Configuration Manager 2007 console and software updates can be deployed to client computers, considerable planning should take place for software updates in the hierarchy. Then the software updates components must be configured to meet the needs of the environment.

After Configuration Manager 2007 is installed, the software updates feature must be configured. The configuration phase for software updates involves installing and configuring the software update point, as well as reviewing the configuration settings for other software updates components and modifying the settings to suit your needs. For more information about configuring software updates, see Administrator Checklist: Configuring Software Updates .

In pursuit of increased worker productivity, a variety of IT devices, operating systems, and applications entered organizations during the boom years of the 1990's, many IT groups now support a range of older, proprietary, packaged, and leading-edge investments. The resulting portfolio of systems will therefore vary in vintage, configurations, and characteristics.

Patch Management is a practice designed to proactively prevent the exploitation of vulnerabilities on IT devices. The expected result is to reduce the time and money spent dealing with vulnerabilities and their exploitation. Taking a proactive approach to patch management will reduce or eliminate the potential for exploitation and involve considerably less time and effort than responding after vulnerability has been exploited.

This document details industry best practices for patch management and the Altiris® Patch Management Solution™ best practices as observed by Altiris professional services and technical support. Where applicable, the frequently seen requirements of various industries and customer environments are provided.

Femi, was WSUS previously installed on another server? It’s possible that group policy is configuring Windows Update settings on the clients to use the old server.

Very good and useful but hasn’t solved my problem. The issue is I met a poorly implemented SCCM. In a nutshell WSUS failed and I had to re-install the WSUS. I installed the WSUS on the site system with a remote SQL server / DB. The issue is my synchronization
is fine infact clients are picking definition updates all logs as stated in this blog seem to be fine but when I get to Software Updates Library on the SCCM console on each new update I see: Required 0 Installed 0 Percent Compliant 0. Compliance is usually
0 for new deployments. What do you think the problem is?

Nice blog!
The Problem i have is: Installed SUP on a secondary site. The SUP is healthy and running. How can i check if the Client communication regarding updates is to the new SUP on the secondary site instead of the SUP on the Primary site? LocationServices.log lists
both WSUS Server, WindowsUpdate.log only lists the Server on the Primary site. Due to a bad Connection i have to be sure that this communication stays on the secondary site…
Regards A.Richter

Applies To: System Center Configuration Manager 2007, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R2, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R3, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 SP1, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 SP2

Before software update compliance assessment data can be displayed in the Configuration Manager 2007 console and software updates can be deployed to client computers, considerable planning should take place for software updates in the hierarchy. Then the software updates components must be configured to meet the needs of the environment.

After Configuration Manager 2007 is installed, the software updates feature must be configured. The configuration phase for software updates involves installing and configuring the software update point, as well as reviewing the configuration settings for other software updates components and modifying the settings to suit your needs. For more information about configuring software updates, see Administrator Checklist: Configuring Software Updates .

In pursuit of increased worker productivity, a variety of IT devices, operating systems, and applications entered organizations during the boom years of the 1990's, many IT groups now support a range of older, proprietary, packaged, and leading-edge investments. The resulting portfolio of systems will therefore vary in vintage, configurations, and characteristics.

Patch Management is a practice designed to proactively prevent the exploitation of vulnerabilities on IT devices. The expected result is to reduce the time and money spent dealing with vulnerabilities and their exploitation. Taking a proactive approach to patch management will reduce or eliminate the potential for exploitation and involve considerably less time and effort than responding after vulnerability has been exploited.

This document details industry best practices for patch management and the Altiris® Patch Management Solution™ best practices as observed by Altiris professional services and technical support. Where applicable, the frequently seen requirements of various industries and customer environments are provided.

Applies To: System Center Configuration Manager 2007, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R2, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R3, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 SP1, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 SP2

Before software update compliance assessment data can be displayed in the Configuration Manager 2007 console and software updates can be deployed to client computers, considerable planning should take place for software updates in the hierarchy. Then the software updates components must be configured to meet the needs of the environment.

After Configuration Manager 2007 is installed, the software updates feature must be configured. The configuration phase for software updates involves installing and configuring the software update point, as well as reviewing the configuration settings for other software updates components and modifying the settings to suit your needs. For more information about configuring software updates, see Administrator Checklist: Configuring Software Updates .

In pursuit of increased worker productivity, a variety of IT devices, operating systems, and applications entered organizations during the boom years of the 1990's, many IT groups now support a range of older, proprietary, packaged, and leading-edge investments. The resulting portfolio of systems will therefore vary in vintage, configurations, and characteristics.

Patch Management is a practice designed to proactively prevent the exploitation of vulnerabilities on IT devices. The expected result is to reduce the time and money spent dealing with vulnerabilities and their exploitation. Taking a proactive approach to patch management will reduce or eliminate the potential for exploitation and involve considerably less time and effort than responding after vulnerability has been exploited.

This document details industry best practices for patch management and the Altiris® Patch Management Solution™ best practices as observed by Altiris professional services and technical support. Where applicable, the frequently seen requirements of various industries and customer environments are provided.

Femi, was WSUS previously installed on another server? It’s possible that group policy is configuring Windows Update settings on the clients to use the old server.

Very good and useful but hasn’t solved my problem. The issue is I met a poorly implemented SCCM. In a nutshell WSUS failed and I had to re-install the WSUS. I installed the WSUS on the site system with a remote SQL server / DB. The issue is my synchronization
is fine infact clients are picking definition updates all logs as stated in this blog seem to be fine but when I get to Software Updates Library on the SCCM console on each new update I see: Required 0 Installed 0 Percent Compliant 0. Compliance is usually
0 for new deployments. What do you think the problem is?

Nice blog!
The Problem i have is: Installed SUP on a secondary site. The SUP is healthy and running. How can i check if the Client communication regarding updates is to the new SUP on the secondary site instead of the SUP on the Primary site? LocationServices.log lists
both WSUS Server, WindowsUpdate.log only lists the Server on the Primary site. Due to a bad Connection i have to be sure that this communication stays on the secondary site…
Regards A.Richter

This FAQ outlines our recommended process for installing software updates, specifically Mac® OS X Updates. It is derived from the "Software Update" chapter of our book, Troubleshooting Mac OS X , and outlines the general procedure we use for installing updates delivered via Mac OS X Software Update.

Our book provides additional advice on troubleshooting software updates, including the Software Update application itself, and recovering from failed updates.

If you are running Mac OS X 10.4.3 or later, you can use the Verify Disk function of Disk Utility to check your startup disk with Live Verification .

How to update the software on your Mac - Apple Support


Update Management Process - technet.microsoft.com

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