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How can I incorpore a non-public fix in WSUS 3.0?

Posted on 2007-10-12
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Last Modified: 2010-03-05
Hi to all. Recently Microsoft has developed a new fix that applies only to a very specific scenario. This fix is not available directly from Microsoft web site. We request this fix and Microsoft sent to us this week.

We have a server running WSUS for all my Organization. Y need to deploy this fix throught WSUS to all computers that meet the scenario that this fix resolves.

How can I include on WSUS a fix that is not downloades from the Windows Update/Microsoft Update website?

Question by:goltrek
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You can't; WSUS only supports the official hotfixes.
You'll have to either use a GPO computer startup script to distribute this, or do it manually.

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