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Sccm 2012 R2. Wsus and Sup

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Hi. Just confirmation needed please

Air gapped rig sccm 2012 with wsus and SUP installed


External 2012 box connected to internet.   Export these and import in to the sccm. With wsutil


On the external box. I approve everything


Sound ok ?

And once imported to wsus on sccm I don't do anything with wsus.  I just import and leave.    I use sup

Just checking I'm not missing any steps
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Also on the external wsus box. Do I decline or ignore superceeded updates   I read somewhere not to decline any updates.  But seems a waste
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Hi,

My understanding is you don't decline anything anywhere in WSUS. If you do, you risk filtering something out and it will never, ever appear in SUP and one day, if you change your mind, you can't get it.

You approve and create collection (update groups) in the CM console. You can of course limit how many updates you get in the first place by limiting the selection to one language and only the products you need - e.g W10 and Office.

This will reduce the download payload too and make your network people happier.

Mike
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PS: your steps are great apart from that :).
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Thank you
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