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Question about wsus and SCCM 07

Question about wsus and SCCM 07

Question about wsus and SCCM 07


I was wondering if anyone knew if it was possible that I could have WSUS do the patch updating for my network and have sccm on there as well to just push applications such as Office or any other misc software that will need to be pushed out to end users in the future?  If I can do this any suggestions would be appreciated.  If you are wondering why I'm taking this approach is because I would rather have wsus do the automatic updates instead of me having to take the time to manually do it sccm.  Any suggestions would be appreactiated, thank you.

RE: Question about wsus and SCCM 07

Yes you can, you just don't assign the SUP role.


The real world is not about exam scores, it's about ability.


RE: Question about wsus and SCCM 07

Thank you very much and sorry for such a late reply.  I'll give that a shot thank you.

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