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WSUS add DC server to the computer list

Posted on 2015-02-18
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Hi Guys,

We have configured the WSUS server with GPO to add PC's to the WSUS server but unable to add DC's to it. Rest of the machines are added. WSUS 3.0 SP2

Can anyone help?

Regards,

Ajoy
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Hi,

In order to list DC's in WSUS, you need to configure the WSUS GPO settings in the "Default Domain Controller" policy. Run rsop.msc on one of the DC and locate the WSUS settings and see which policy being applied?

Perform a gpupdate /force and see the DC's are listed?
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GPO was not applied. Worked like a charm.
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