I meant to blog about Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) when it was released at Tech-Ed 2005 in June. This is basically an upgrade from Software Update Services (SUS). TechRepublic has recently published a PDF download called "10 things you should know about WSUS" that provides a nice outline of what WSUS can do and explains the improvements that WSUS has made over SUS, including command-line capabilities, scalability ehancements, expanded reporting functionality, additional software it can update, and more.
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