Posted on 2010-01-08
My company is running SBS2003. WSUS has been enabled in order to save our slow internet connection from workstations downloading updates on their own. Sounds logical; except our organization doesn't have a network administrator to approve and release the updates to the workstations; that's where I come into play. I am going to college for a networking major. So now I find on our server that there are 4,000+ updates that need installed on the workstations in our facility. Some of the workstations here are running on 128MB ram, 20GB hard drives, etc. Outdated to say the least. I am afraid if I release all of these updates to the workstations, they may literally explode from information overload!! LOL. On a serious note, what should I do?