If you automatically approve security updates in WSUS you will find that both the security and security/nonsecurity bundles will be deemed applicable and will want to install. To decline one or the other do the following:
Download from here and in the example below, Daniel is declining the security monthly bundle
Connect-PoshWSUSServer -WsusServer YourServer -port 8530
Get-PoshWSUSUpdate -Update “Security Monthly Quality Rollup” | Deny-PoshWSUSUpdate
Hat tip and major thank you and kudos to Daniel on the Patchmanagement.org list serve:
And tomorrow will be the big change in Microsoft updating.
In the meantime I’m making sure I’m all set for my Session on Windows 10 updating as well as patching the Internet of things.
If you are here in Vegas, stop by and say Hi!
So have you spotted this yet? Quickbooks 2017 throws off an error obviously pulling bad OS string data from something. Let see if we can get some attention to this and get this fixed.
As … you know Intuit? SBS 2011 is based on Server 2008 r2. There is no such thing as Server 2011.
Updated: Manually install .net 4.6.2 . Now install the QB running as compat wizard. Pick XP sp2 (don’t ask just try it). Got a report that this worked.
Spotted this online….
Starting at execution, here are the times it took for the following ransomware samples to encrypt the files and notify me with a ransom screen:
- Chimera: 18 seconds
- Petya: 27 seconds
- TeslaCrypt 4.0: 28 seconds
- CTB-Locker: 45 seconds
- TeslaCrypt 3.0: 45 seconds
- Virlock: 3 minutes 21 seconds
- CryptoWall: 16 minutes
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