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I'm having problems with three workstations picking up the updates. They appear in the mmc as connected, but will not update.
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by:rsoly777
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Need a little more information than that sorry
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There is a great question and answer article on this.  Have a look and work through these.  If it doesn't resolve the issue, then at least we will have covered a lot of ground.

Here's the entire troubleshooting section:
http://www.wsuswiki.com/WSusTroubleshooting

Here's the section you'll want to focus on:
http://www.wsuswiki.com/TroubleshootingClientSetup

Also, run the below and post the results:
Reg query "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\WindowsUpdate" /s
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by:azeempatel
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1. Check the update log <machine>\c:\Windows\WindowsUpdate.log
2. Restart the Automatic service
3.  run the command wuauclt /detectnow on the machine which is not reporting.
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by:Donald Stewart
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Post your windowsupdate.log from one of the troublesome clients, the errors contained within will help the best for troubleshooting.
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by:Donald Stewart
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@rsoly777

What does that have to do with fixing a WSUS issue?
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by:rsoly777
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sorry wrong post
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