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Searching a good 3rd party reporting Tool for WSUS

Posted on 2015-01-27
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We have got a large order to run WSUS (on Server 2008 R2) for many Banks, Hospitals and Government Departments. So we have to manage about 20'000 clients. Now we must report each customer with there own custom Reports. We already tried the WSUS built-in report and wrote our own PowerShell (PoshWSUS) scripts. But both are not enough for us and our customers. Do you run a such Software or is anyone having a good recommendation? We are not searching an alternative to WSUS like SolarWinds Patch Manager. Any recommendation is very welcome.
       
Many thanks in advance
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I would suggest Secunia, which is in addition to WSUS

http://secunia.com/vulnerability_scanning/corporate/features/
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Hallo dstewartjr

Thanks for your recommendation I will try Secunia CSI 7.0 . Hope I will get some more solutions to compare.
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Thanks again
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