Computers not updating from wsus
Essentially, KB3159706 does the same thing as KB3148812 was supposed to do.It prepares the way for WSUS to automatically decrypt Windows 10 feature updates.WSUS is typically used by large organizations with careful patch management requirements.Microsoft's KB3148812 patch for WSUS was supposed enable automatic decryption of Windows 10 feature updates in preparation for Microsoft's "anniversary update," coming this summer.Such clients are typically identified during software update audits.
The Solar Winds Renewal Program comes with a host of benefits including the most recent product updates, 24/7 technical support, virtual instructor-led training and more.Those steps are described in Microsoft's KB3159706 Knowledge Base article. It's also offering it through the Microsoft Catalog.KB3159706 also is arriving through the Windows Update service as an "optional update." The Windows Update distribution approach is being done for the organizations that have disabled WSUS systems.Microsoft has announced a fix today for its flawed update, known as "KB3148812".
This update was aimed at organizations using its Windows Server Update Service (WSUS) management product.Some organizations have a test fix from Microsoft, called the "test package." KB3159706 will update it.