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Relocate WSUS Database

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Currently my WSUS server is using  SQL express 2012 and would like to move it to a dedicated SQL server. Is this possible and how would you do it? I would like to keep the content on the existing server.
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See if this helps you: Move a WSUS DB to another server
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Yes, that was very helpful. I also found this article . There is additional info at the bottom comments that is needed.
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