I am researching into install IE8 throughout our network with WSUS Version 3.2. I am new to this product so have been reading up on it to familiarize myself with it. The problem is our network and bandwidth. We have over 200 sites, with varying bandwidth for 2 mb’s – 8mb’s, with the 2 main regional sites a 100 MB link to a co-location. There are about 1500 machines, with approx 300 of those below spec. Most of the machines are on IE6, with some newer machines on IE/IE7. The document that I have found are these 2 regarding the install:
There's two ways you could go about it when using WSUS.
1. You could use throttle bandwidth option (http://blogs.technet.com/b/sus/archive/2008/06/30/wsus-how-to-throttle-bits.aspx)
2. You could set up
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