Issue with FSMO pointing to old server

Hi Experts,
Last year we did DC FSMO on an existing Domain controller onto a new server.
However, it would seem that when trying to run windows updates, its still looking towards the old server.
Please see picture, can you advise how we can fix this.
Thanks
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unrealone1Asked:
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Alex GreenProject Systems EngineerCommented:
There isn't a picture so can you please post it.

Are you getting your updates from a WSUS server? if so you'll need to update group policy as well.

Thanks
Alex
Alex GreenProject Systems EngineerCommented:
Alternatively, if this is an issue with FSMO roles, you need to seize the role from the old server to your new one.
65tdRetiredCommented:
I can not find a picture.
When the migration to the new was done, were the FSMO roles all moved to the other DC before a DCpromo down was performed?
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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
Did you run DCDIAG /C /E /V to check the health of AD?  That's where you should be starting.  And of course, post the picture.
unrealone1Author Commented:
Hi all, posted the picture sorry about that
Alex GreenProject Systems EngineerCommented:
You just need to edit the GPO and point it to the new server, that's it, nothing special :-)

Thanks
Alex

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unrealone1Author Commented:
Thankyou.
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