Download Windows ( 7/8/10) Updates Separately and Save it Separately

Whether  Downloading different OS updates sequentially using WSUS is possible?

Query: Set WSUS for “Win 7” updates, Approve and download. Move the download updates to another folder. Change the setting to “Win 10” updates, approve and download  
Vallalarasu PandiyanTest Automation SpecialistAsked:
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Radhakrishnan RSenior Technical LeadCommented:
Hi,

In native WSUS that's not possible. You can have only 1 content store in WSUS. Example - You have downloaded Windows 7 updates and  If you move the content store to different location, then the actual content store doesn't have the files, WSUS will re-download it.

Important to note is that the downloaded files are .cab format which means that you can install it manually like how we run setup.exe.
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Shaun VermaakTechnical Specialist/DeveloperCommented:
If I understand your question correctly, offline WSUS might provide you with the desired functionality
http://download.wsusoffline.net/
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DonNetwork AdministratorCommented:
"then the actual content store doesn't have the files, WSUS will re-download it. "

Even though this is moot, WSUS will *NOT* re-download anything unless you were to run the Wsusutil.exe reset.
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