In June 2005, Microsoft released Windows Server Update Services (WSUS), the much-anticipated update to its Software Update Services (SUS). As the successor to SUS, WSUS features improvements in patch delivery, status reporting, network usage and implementation, and administration flexibility. This handy, two-page list outlines ten things about WSUS every network administrator and help desk technician should know.
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