As we’ve learned, Microsoft pushes out updates for OSs that it supports. Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) is a tool used to control when and what Windows updates are sent to client computers (running Windows 10/8.1).
- What is one important reason you can think of for wanting to control updates?
- What advice would you give a colleague who thought that updates should be installed the moment they’re released from Microsoft?
- Can you think of a reason you might want to “roll back” to a time before the update occurred?