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Is there anyway we can  find whether the servers are configured to download windows update from WSUS  or SCCM or Microsoft ?
I looked at the windowsupdate,log files and do not see anything related to SCCM or WSUS.
The log files says 98 files detected and see httP//windowsupdate.microsoft.oc

Does this means that our servers are not getting update from SCCM?
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Run RSoP or gpresult. They both display Windows Updates settings if your box is set to use WSUS or SCCM.
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Easiest way is from cmd prompt


Reg query HKLM\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\WindowsUpdate
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