Our admin gave our risk dept access to a WSUS server for patch mgmt assurance. A couple of questions:
1) If we run an MBSA report on our PC - it lists WSUS server at the top of the report. The name of the WSUS server is different the one we login to to view WSUS reports. WIll both WSUS servers be reporting the same thing? How can I check?
2) Are the default reports in WSUS reporting machines out of date based on those patches the WSUS admin has approved, or out of date based on those pacthes MS has released? i.e. whats it using as its benchmark to determine out of date machines, the admins approved list, or MS released list?
3) How can we check every workstation and server in the domain is showing up in the WSUS server?
You may be looking at a Replica WSUS server
Both options explained here(Replica and Autonomous)
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