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So I’m out looking on the Technet blog site for WSUS news. And of course kudos to the SBS team for having a blog post out there but there’s no post from the WSUS team.
Is it just me or have blogs lost a bit of the intended purpose? Communication? Oh don’t get me wrong, there’s information out there on this WSUS issue but forgive me if I think the fact that the only TechNet blog that is talking about it is a SBS blog is a little bit suprising. I can’t imagine us “riff raff” down here are the only ones running WSUS and noticed the problem today. Combine that with the issue from a few weeks ago where WSUS deployed Desktop Search and still, in my opinion, has not properly communicated the recommended enterprise means to remove the patch.
A nice blog post about “we know this” “we’re investigating” might be nice. SBSers
aren’t can’t be the only ones running WSUS out there.
WSUS sync snafu cripples enterprise update ability on eve of Patch Tuesday:
The Official SBS Blog : WSUS 2.0 and 3.0 Errors On Small Business Server:
Bobbie Harder in the WSUS newsgroups
Link to WSUS blog regarding this issue:
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