Ensuring software updates are applied across an organization is a key focus area for system administrators. Configuration Manager has been used by thousands of organizations for years to aid in this pursuit. Other organizations have opted to use standalone WSUS for their software updates needs while still others may rely solely on the built-in engine to pull updates from Microsoft Updates.
Windows Update for Business, which was introduced around the time of the Windows 10 release, offers an additional option to aid administrators in the critical pursuit of ensuring systems are kept up to date. Understanding what Windows Update for Business is and how it can be implemented either standalone or through integration with Configuration Manager is critical, so you make the best choice for your business. Steven Rachui, a Principal Premier Field Engineer focused on manageability technologies, talks through the various options and how they can be used in the video linked below
Next in the series, Steven will discuss how Express Updates work and how they are supported in a Configuration Manager environment.
Posts in this Series
- Software Updates Video Tutorial Series Introduction
- ConfigMgr Current Branch – Software Update Delivery
- ConfigMgr Current Branch - Windows Update for Business (this post)
- ConfigMgr Current Branch - Express Updates