The only thing you want is let your system appear in one of those WSUS groups (preferably the right one ofcourse)…
This demonstrates that it is possible to force an update to the Kerberos tickets containing the Privilege Attribute Certificate details of computer domain account group membership, and subsequently access file based resources with the updated token.
I created this step-by-step guide for those people that don’t understand or want to know how to configure WSUS to deploy updates using Group Policy.
Does it want as a value of the names of the AD Groups or the names of the WSUS groups?
I wasn't sure so I include both of them - from the image you can see that I have put inside the relevant AD Groups and WSUS Look in the Windows Update control panel on the client machine.
WSUS allows companies not only to defer updates but also to selectively approve them, choose when they’re delivered, and determine which individual devices or groups of devices receive them.
WSUS provides additional control over Windows Update for Business but does not provide all the scheduling options and deployment flexibility that System Center Configuration Manager provides.
- How do I check from command prompt if client is configured to get updates for WSUS(GPO Applied) ?
- How to check from command prompt that client is reporting to WSUS server?
Off course is an ugly job to do this manually for 300 clients, but this is where Group Policy comes in.
All you have to do is make a some configuration settings in WSUS, create a new GPO (Group Policy Object), configure that GPO, and attach it to an OU (Organizational Unit) in AD. First let’s configure WSUS settings; open your WSUS console, go to Options and click Computers. The main purpose of groups in WSUS are to organize computers. To create some groups right-click on All Computers an choose Add Computer Group. You remember on WSUS those two groups that we created (XP Computers and 7 Computers), now is time to use one of them.
WSUS is a Windows Server role available in the Windows Server operating systems.