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I have just installed WSUS 3.0 on a Windows 2003 SP1 server.  I already have another application using the default website, so I did the custom install that uses port 8530.  I am now trying to access the site using the url   http://wsus-server-name:8530/WSusAdmin and it doesn't work.  I read something about if you install using the custom site setting, you have to do some manual setting up of the site.  I cannot find further directions for doing this.  Could someone please help?  Thanks!

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WSUS 3.0 uses a console that is installed in Administrative Tools - there is no web access.

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You should just use the Help section.  It is actually very informative and will give you exact instructions on how to set everything up.
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Thanks, very helpful.
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