Now let`s look at the error messages! In my case, I had many errors with event ID 12072. WSUS could not find the anonymousCheckFile .txt. I recently know that the SUP points have been rebuilt. I think the wsusutil.exe postinstall path command was incorrect because the error message displays two WsusContent directories. So basically, it`s not even a question of a *WSUS* license, it`s a question of a *Windows* license. For a Windows system to access a Windows server, the licensee of that Windows Server installation must have a CAL for that client system. The fact that it uses WSUS is actually irrelevant at all. In fact, this question has been asked several times over the course of several years. When people ask for a link to the actual license agreement, none are offered. See this link for an example: www.winserverkb.com/Uwe/Forum.aspx/wsus/7765/WSUS-and-other-networks-and-other-domain In other words, WSUS is licensed to a single entity, not to service providers, consultants, or other companies for resale. According to my previous comments, Microsoft`s position is that we should get a connector license and CLIENT Access Licenses to allow updates to be deployed properly. We are challenging the requirement for CALs, and the whole issue is still under investigation.
In our case, no amount of money is exchanged, no resale, etc. There are many websites that use a private network without access to the Internet and use the software system that we have developed and managed. Since all participants have licensed copies of Microsoft software, there is no risk of hacking for Microsoft. I have the same problem, I tried resetting wsusutil but it doesn`t work. In this context, pontificating on old discussions and publishing generally accepted principles is a good read, but it does not begin to solve the problem. It is quite clear that the language of the EULA is vague. It`s also clear that Microsoft licensing experts (employees) don`t always agree on how to interpret their own license agreements. The other software update points in the site are configured as replicas downstream of the first software update point.
A downstream license is required for each downstream replication server. social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windowsserver/en-US/93addcaa-6d45-4fda-b1eb-28a21229688a/using-approvewsusupdate-in-powershell-fails-because-licensing-terms-need-to-be-accepted?forum=winserverwsus In fact, we can accept the adapted update directly using the IUpdate.AcceptLicenseAgrement method. I think this is a limitation of the API itself, in which case PowerShell would not be able to accept the C.A.C.A. But there`s no place in the script where I decide to accept C.C.A. if it exists. Related: blog.workconsultants.com/2010/08/wsus-on-windows-server-2008-not.html I wrote a Powershell script that contains all the security and critical updates between date dates using the approved Approve-wsusUpdate cmdlet on PS4 and WSUS 2012R2. I saw where I needed to fix the WSUS reset (wsusutil reset), but I tried this, removed the role, WSUS deleted the database, and made sure that both KOs were installed for Win10 as these are some of the failed updates. It sounds silly, but I fixed this by restarting WSUS services on my SUP. OK, I`ve already seen this topic, but is it necessary to accept the ABE or is it possible to list the update that requires acceptance of the EULA? To check if an update requires EBA acceptance, we can consult the IUpdate.RequiresLicenseAgreementAcceptance property. In fact, we can accept the adapted update directly if we use the IUpdate.AcceptLicenseGreat method. I will then change my guesswork about the rules of automatic succession; I think it`s just a problem that the indiscriminate adoption of the CJEU on the console was not acceptable.
As far as I know, we cannot accept CLA with approve-wsusUpdate. I have the same problem, I tried to reset wsusutil but it doesn`t work. Often, EULAs cannot be downloaded because a device – proxy/web filter/firewall – blocks the download of TXT files. Verify that you can upload TXT files to the WSUS server, and then run wsusutil reset on the WSUS server to queue the missing EULA download requests. When I do this, it works exactly as it should, but it doesn`t allow updates with license agreements that must be accepted. Is there a way to add approval of the software license terms to the script so that all updates can be approved? In this case, confirm that acceptance of the license agreement would not work. THE EULUs are downloaded during the WSUS synchronization event. The CJEU must be submitted/approved before an update can be approved. How are we supposed to track MS licenses if MS licensees can`t understand it either? lol Each online staging WSUS server requires a single or upstream license. Often, EULAs cannot be downloaded because a device – proxy/web filter/firewall – blocks the download of TXT files. Verify that you can upload TXT files to the WSUS server, and then run the wsusutil reset so that the WSUS server queues download requests for missing EULUs again.
A stand-alone downstream server, also known as distributed management, is the default installation option for WSUS. In stand-alone mode, an upstream WSUS server shares updates with downstream servers during synchronization. Downstream stand-alone servers are managed separately and do not receive information about the approval status of updates or computer groups on the upstream server. Each downstream stand-alone server requires a “downstream” license. if it exists. In this case, confirm that acceptance of the license agreement would not work. I wrote a Powershell script that approved all security and critical updates between the date using the Approve-wsusUpdate cmdlet on PS4 and WSUS 2012R2. OK I have already seen this topic, but is it necessary to accept the CLA or is it possible to list the update soloist who must accept THE EULA? As far as I know, we cannot accept CLA with approve-wsusUpdate. I will then change my guesswork about the rules of automatic succession; I think it`s just a problem that the indiscriminate adoption of the CJEU on the console was not acceptable. See: blog.workconsultants.com/2010/08/wsus-on-windows-server-2008-not.html msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/microsoft.updateservices.iupdate.iupdate.requireslicenseagreacceptance (v-vs.85) .aspx On a network that uses Samba Active Directory, you do not need to purchase CALs to connect to the domain controller or a Samba file server.