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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 become the standard in WSUS maintenance and from time to time, we get questions about why we don’t offer a free trial of WAM. The short answer is that our software works too well on the initial run. 

From the first instance of running WAM, system administrators will see a significant increase in disk space (review our reported record removals over 300GB) and appreciate the optimizations the software provides. The ongoing automated maintenance allows IT professionals to focus on other tasks and simply review the daily emailed WSUS report.

Another reason that we don’t offer a free trial for WAM is that we’ve priced our software to be financially accessible for all businesses. A Single or Upstream license is only $60 USD a year—which works out to only $5 a month. You can license the software for one year at an extremely affordable rate and if you’re not impressed by its capabilities, simply decline to renew the following year.

In addition to simply WSUS maintenance, a WAM license grants you exclusive online support from the experts at AJ Tek. If you run into any issues or have any questions, our support offers prompt service that will work with you to address any concerns. 

Easily purchase WAM online and save time on WSUS maintenance.

The 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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What Our Clients Say

I have been using this software for over 3 years now, like many, many customers when it was free. It is simply the best possible maintenance software that exists and is a must for a every WSUS system. Totally worth the price. This software should be bundled with WSUS by default. No other WSUS script on the market even comes close to what this software can do and is still getting better, year after year. Thumbs UP ! Keep up the good work.

Patrick Charaoui, Systems Administrator - Maximus-Systems

Quebec, Canada, March 5, 2020

While spending countless hours trolling the internet looking for WSUS fixes and assistance, I kept coming across great feedback on the WSUS Automated Maintenance software. The hype is real – WAM has made a massive difference to my WSUS installation – I can’t imagine carrying out WSUS maintenance any other way! It’s so easy!

Justin Poppi, Technical Specialist

Port Hedland Seafarers Centre, Australia , July 14, 2018

While spending hours searching the internet looking for WSUS fixes and assistance, we came across WAM. There was great feedback on the WSUS Automated Maintenance software. After a test period from the advice of the engineer, my technical team loved it. We forged ahead and did 89 of our servers and it cleaned up space and WSUS is working much better.

Anthony Brice, Manager of Information and Communications Technologies

Kawartha Pineridge District School Board, Canada , October 11, 2018

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