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This article is just as an information for everybody in the same situation.I can’t give any evidence for it being true, it’s just an observation I made (and at least one guy on Twitter confirmed it! After doing my Microsoft System Center 2012 SP1 Configuration Manager upgrade (in-place, no fresh install) I wanted to check the latest updates on my Software Update Point and was quite surprised seeing no new ones.So I had a look at the components status page and and found that there was some error: I went ahead and had a look at the file: Error 404, not found…but as a matter of fact, the real error is in the line above, it’s using port 80 to connect to my WSUS, which I never configured it to do.Special attention was paid to keeping the app as slim as possible.No installation necessary– just launch the EXE and you’re ready to go!All advice, installation/configuration how to guides, troubleshooting and other information on this website are provided as-is with no warranty or guarantee.Whilst the information provided is correct to the best of my knowledge, I am not reponsible for any issues that may arise using this information, and you do so at your own risk.
Is there any way to check the download status so you know when to expect they will be available to be deployed?
Well, something during the upgrade to SP1 must have changed my configuration back to default, without telling me so. Go into your “Servers and Site System Roles” settings and open up the Software Update Point’s properties.
After I changed the ports back to the numbers I need, everything was fine again.
No more manually rebooting each machine and launching numerous ping windows to keep track of the reboot process.
Finally, an app that lets you load a list of computers, and then kick off the Windows update installation and reboot process on all of them, simultaneously.
Okay, it was offline for a while and I only sync every 14 days in my Lab, so I synced manually.