A Week of Hey, Scripting Guy! with WSUS and PowerShell

I’ve taken over the Hey, Scripting Guy! blog for the week to talk about using PowerShell to manage a WSUS server starting today! Thanks, Ed for giving me the entire week to talk about this topic.

I will update this article each day as the articles come out and post the links below.



Monday: Introduction to WSUS and PowerShell

Tuesday: Use PowerShell to Perform Basic Administrative Tasks on WSUS

Wednesday: Approve or Decline WSUS Updates by Using PowerShell

Thursday: Use PowerShell to Find Missing Updates on WSUS Client Computers

Friday: Get Windows Update Status Information By Using PowerShell

Saturday: Introduction to PoshWSUS, a Free PowerShell Module to Manage WSUS

Sunday: Use the Free PoshWSUS PowerShell Module for WSUS Administrative Work

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4 Responses to A Week of Hey, Scripting Guy! with WSUS and PowerShell

  1. serversavvyadmin says:

    Thank you so much for this series! It really helped me in developing my own take on WSUS reporting in PowerShell.

  2. Pingback: WSUS Dashboard HTML Report in PowerShell! Part 2: The (big) building blocks | The Server Savvy Admin

  3. Kuv says:

    Hey, can you please help me with Poshpaig?
    I managed to start it on my win2008 server.. i can get update reports and logs but i cannot start wuauclt or start/stop/restart windows update service. i get an authorization error. Does this mean i dotn have the right permissions to execute this command or? Help is appreciated

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