Tag: WSUS

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, 2019Admin
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, 2019Admin
AJTEK

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, 2019Admin
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

19

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, 2019Admin
AJtek

05

Jun2019
We’re proud to announce that our very own Adam Marshall had the privilege of being interviewed by host Richard Campbell for the latest episode (639) of RunAs Radio. RunAs Radio is an established weekly podcast for IT professionals working with Microsoft products. Now in its thirteenth year of production, there are ... Read More
June 5, 2019Admin

22

May2019
Microsoft is 'trying' to make this easy. Unfortunately they've used the wrong lingo in what understandings people have of said lingo. Business Edition upgrades don't have to do with how you're using Windows 10 - in a business setting, using Pro, Pro for Workstations, Enterprise, or Education versions. Consumer Edition upgrades don't ... Read More
May 22, 2019Adam J. Marshall
getting-things-done

09

May2019
I have come across an anomaly in the Windows 10 software through our work here at AJ Tek and helping out in the community. It only occurs in particular circumstances, but it does appear somewhat regularly and frustrates the user. Rather than the slow and winding road through technical support, which ... Read More
May 9, 2019Adam J. Marshall
ajtek

24

Apr2019
The basic WAM license is called a Single or Upstream license. This is the only license you need for a single WSUS server. In this scenario, the WSUS server connects directly to Microsoft Update to download updates. In addition to the Single or Upstream license, you may need to purchase additional ... Read More
April 24, 2019Admin