Tag: WSUS

WSUS Maintenance

25

Mar2020

Plan WSUS Maintenance

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How often do you perform WSUS maintenance? Is it a monthly task? Quarterly? Or maybe even yearly? Microsoft recommends monthly maintenance, but ideally, you should be proactively maintaining your servers and database for optimal performance. The problem is, not many people have the time (or desire) to undertake monthly WSUS maintenance, ... Read More
March 25, 2020Admin
AJ Tek

11

Mar2020
If you’re running into performance issues with your WSUS server, your first step should be to investigate the WSUS database to see if it’s the cause of the errors. If you’re lax with maintenance, the database could be filled with unneeded and unnecessary updates, which can significantly slow down performance. The ... Read More
March 11, 2020Admin

14

Jan2020
If you Google WSUS Permissions, you may end up getting a boatload of links to support help on TechNet, Spiceworks, ExpertsExchange, Microsoft Docs, or other blogs around the Internet. Most of the links are only for specific parts - maybe the WsusContent folder, maybe something to do with 1 particular ... Read More
January 14, 2020Adam J. Marshall
AJTEK

18

Dec2019
There’s nothing worse than finding the perfect software, only to discover it’s not regularly updated or that you can’t access meaningful support. At AJ Tek, we believe it’s important to constantly evolve our software and be available to our customers should there be any questions or issues. Updated WSUS Maintenance Software We’re ... Read More
December 18, 2019Adam J. Marshall
WSUS Errors

27

Nov2019

How to Avoid WSUS Errors

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As a system admin, it’s likely that you’ll run into WSUS errors and Windows Update client errors, as it’s just part of the job. The extremely frustrating part is that often, the error code is a maddening mix of letters and numbers: 0x8024401F 0x8024401c 0x8024402b 0x8024500c 0x80244019 0x800F826 0x8024400d 0x8024401c 0x800705b4 0x80072EE2 0x80d05001 0x8000ffff 0x80244008 0x80070002 Trying to understand and troubleshoot the issue requires researching ... Read More
November 27, 2019Adam J. Marshall
AJTek

25

Sep2019
With the prevalence of cyberattacks, it’s imperative that every company has a cybersecurity plan. Attacks are so frequent, it can be hard to keep up with the latest breaches. Troy Hunt, a Microsoft MVP & Microsoft Regional Director, created a website, Have I Been Pwned to allow users to check ... Read More
September 25, 2019Adam J. Marshall
AJ Tek

11

Sep2019
If your WSUS server is consuming too much space — it can be a symptom of slowdowns, errors and countless other problems. System administrators can waste a lot of time trying to clear space and often their efforts would be better spent elsewhere. WAM is automated WSUS maintenance that can easily ... Read More
September 11, 2019Adam J. Marshall
WAM

28

Aug2019
At AJ Tek, our vision is to make IT simple and automated for professionals. Our flagship product, WSUS Automated Maintenance (WAM) embodies this philosophy by performing all the tasks that a system administrator would need to do, leaving only approving updates and reporting to the WSUS Administrator. Our software has quickly ... Read More
August 28, 2019Admin
Language Packs – Welcome

19

Jun2019
Language Packs (LPs) and Language Interface Packs (LIPs) are different than any other update that comes across WSUS. When you see a bunch of LPs and LIPs, the WSUS views may look overwhelming with the number of updates, especially on a new build of Windows is added (7, 8, 10 ... Read More
June 19, 2019Adam J. Marshall
mvp

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Jun2019
Adam Marshall, President of AJ Tek, has the proud distinction of being a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP). This prestigious title was awarded to him for his work and contribution in the “Windows and Devices for IT” MVP category. MVP titles are presented to people that showcase passion, community spirit and ... Read More
June 19, 2019Adam J. Marshall