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Hello,

Is there a way to determine when a patch was approved for installation in WSUS?  Thanks.
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No, you can only view the Release date.
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I take that back :)


This information is recorded in the %ProgramFiles%\Update Services\Logfiles\Change.log.

It's also accessible through WSUS API calls. See the WSUS SDK for more information on using the API.


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