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Hi,

I have set up my sus server and it has syncronised with windowsupdate.
I have set up my client via group policy.

I would like to test my client without having to wait 30 minutes for the next schedualed check.

Is there a command line option for this?

Thanks

Daniel
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by:jodypeet
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you  can test it by checking their windows update settings
they should be greyed out when logged in as a user.
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The shortest time you can get it down to is about 15 minutes.
If you want to force it, then try this utility: http://www.nextwish.org/geek.php?page=susutil

Simon.
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