Updating group policy in windows 2016
In one of the previous articles we have described the installation of a WSUS server on Windows Server 2012 in detail.The next step – configure Windows clients to use a deployed WSUS server.After the updates are installed, the PCs are restarted automatically (having notified the user in 5 minutes). To let the computers in the company have all available patches installed, both policies can be configured so that the update service (wuauserv) is forced to start on the client.To do it, under Computer Configuration -The next step is to assign the created policies to the corresponding Active Directory containers (OU).In this article we will consider how to configure clients of the WSUS server using Active Directory GPO (Group Policies).AD Group Policies allow the administrator to automatically assign computers to different WSUS groups, saving him the trouble of manually moving the computers between groups in the WSUS console and support these groups up-to-date.
To implement such scheme, let’s set the following policies: Note.
It is expected that our network will use two different update policies: one for servers (Servers) and another one for workstations (Workstations). The policy of using the WSUS server by its clients depends largely on the organizational structure of the Active Directory OU (organization units) and update installation rules in the company.
In this article we will try to understand the basic principles of using AD policies to install Windows updates.
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Users click on this button, it opens Windows Updates settings screen.