How Much Time Do You Spend on WSUS Maintenance?

by | Last updated 2023.07.25 | Published on 2019.05.22 | Blog

WSUS Automated Maintenance (WAM) is a unique product on the market. There’s nothing else that currently offers the same functionality, ease of use and low price-point. The best part of WAM is that as a system administrator, you’re able to work on other tasks, instead of spending time on WSUS maintenance.

This complete software solution includes an easy-to-use installer and complete customer support for active subscriptions. Many of the tasks system admins spend their time on can be taken care of by WAM including:

  • Declining multiple types of updates
  • Removing obsolete updates
  • Compressing update revisions
  • Cleaning synchronization logs
  • Indexing the WSUS database
  • Running the Server Cleanup Wizard (SCW)

Our automated solution has saved hundreds of hours of work while freeing up space. See if you can beat the current record of 1284.05GB!

FAQ about WAM:

How long does it take for WAM to run?

  • On most new systems, it takes under 72 hours for the FirstRun to complete; however, it’s completely normal for it to take days or even weeks to complete.

Why isn’t WAM working?

  • Usually, when something isn’t working correctly it’s because the system requirements aren’t installed. Please follow the link in the installer to download and install all required software.  

How much time are you currently spending on WSUS maintenance? With WAM, you can dedicate your time to other tasks and simply let our software run in the background.

Easily purchase WAM online and save time.

WSUS Automated Maintenance (WAM) system was developed by AJ Tek and is used by system administrators worldwide—from Australia to Antarctica. With over 50,000 unique downloads, it’s the preferred method of WSUS maintenance worldwide.

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