I have setup a new Windows 2008 Server that I have installed WSUS and SCCM on.
I have configured all my client machines to talk to the WSUS server and they have all registered with the system. For the first few days some of the machines reported their status but now no machines are reporting their status.
When I run wuauclt /detectnow and look at the entries in the WindowsUpdate.log it all appears to be communicating correctly yet the status isn't being updated in the WSUS console.
I have also installed SCCM onto this server and I think this is what is causing the problem with the WSUS console. I had turned on the Software Update Point role in SCCM and I think that is what caused the clients to stop reporting to the WSUS server.
I turned off the Software Update Point Role but that didn't help fix the reporting. After turning of the role I then approved some more updates through WSUS and these were distributed correctly to the machines but the status still wasn't updated.
How can I either turn off the SUP role so that it doesn't affect WSUS or configure it so that the reporting information can get through?
I thought I would be able to use the SUP role and WSUS side by side but is this not the case?