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I think someone approved some windows updates last week without saying anything and there are a few PCs that are locking up after office has been installed. Is it possible to find out what last updates were approved or installed from WSUS instead of looking at the PC windows update log?

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Since Windows Vista and all Windows versions onwards, when you go to Windows Update, then View Update history, you can sort on the date column. This date is the installation date, and hence with one or two clicks, the newest will be on top.
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