WSUS, you gotta love it. I keep reiterating everywhere I go that WSUS is resource intensive and needs to be looked at. I had another typical WSUS fault, which I will briefly share.
Noted an issue with updates not installing via the Software Centre. There were a series of updates queued past their deadline, but never installing.
Bluetooth. It’s great… except when you’re trying to tighten security. This has been the source of a headache for the past few days:
Hey all. A nice and easy job – but only if you’ve done it before. Thankfully I did this using the Click to Run (CTR) model at a former contract, so I naturally volunteered to take this work on. Sadly I did not blog the details, so it took me a wee refresher before I made any progress. I thought I’d best not make that mistake again…! Caveats…
Well I’ve been through a degree of work related turmoil, as I may have alluded to previously.
I have since left my previous role and taken up the sword of contracting.
It has to be said that it was the best decision I could’ve made. I’ve since met, and continue to meet, a great many skilled people and some bloody managers.
Any regrets? Only that I didn’t make this choice sooner!
I’ll be adding some posts shortly…
Okies, a quickie!
I’m now migrating in anger, lol, and making an effort to keep on top of the client deployment failures reported to my FSP server. This one caught my eye:
So I am having a bit of fun with finally getting round to migrating to Current Branch. there are a lot of cool new features, which tbh, I probably don’t need but I am like a child in a sweet shop!
I noted that we have a new log called DeltaDownload – it was just sat there humming quietly to itself though. Little did I know it was about to unleash hell.
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Config Manager Current Branch, IIS, Software Updates, WSUS and tagged 0x80244022, Config Manager Current Branch, delta downloads, Event 12002, Event 12022, Event 12032, Event 12042, Event 12052, Event 12072, Event 7000, IIS 8.5 Application Pool, OnSearchComplete - Failed to end search job. Error = 0x80244022, Private Memory Limit (KB), WSUS, WSUS Control Manager failed to monitor WSUS Server, WsusPool, wuahandler.log on . August 14, 2017
I am, again, having issues with the WSUS database. After trying a multitude of things, I pulled the SUP off, and unijstalled WSUS. I then rebooted… all good, or so I thought.
The next day, I noted Config Manager node alerts from point of reboot. Yeah, that usual sinking feeling…
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Config Manager 2012, IIS, WSUS and tagged 0x8007007e, 500, 500.19, DynamicCompressionModule, Failed Request Tracing, Internal Server Error., MP, MP Control Manager detected management point is not responding to HTTP requests. The HTTP status code and text is 500, StaticCompressionModule, SUP, The specified module could not be found, WSUS on . July 28, 2017