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i just install the wsus server from microsoft but i have made a mistake in the synchronisation

in select some operating system that i doesnt have
and i have a lot of patch that  i dont need ( like windows xp patch)

how can i remove all the patch related to xp
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Krzysztof Pytko earned 2000 total points
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Try to decline them all and then use Cleanup manager in WSUS console under
Options -> Clenup server wizard

after all unselect unwanted updates in Options -> Products ...

Regards,
Krzysztof
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yes but the problem is i got 22003 updates
i dont want to do it for the week :)

there is a fastest option ?
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o forget it
i just find that you can make a update view
thansk
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