Software Update Services
The support lifecycles for SUS 1.0 SP1 and SUS 1.0 expired July 10, 2007. Windows Server Update Services (WSUS), the successor to Software Update Services (SUS), supports updating for a broader set of Microsoft products and provides robust management and reporting features. You can download WSUS from the Windows Server Update Services TechCenter.
Product and Technical Information
Learn the basics about SUS, including its client-side and server-side features.
Learn what SUS is, how to download it, and other pertinent information about SUS.
Get an overview of SUS and how it utilizes Windows patches to resolve known security vulnerabilities and stability issues in the Microsoft Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003 operating systems.
Read this solution accelerator and find out how to successfully deploy critical updates and security updates to Microsoft Windows XP, Windows 2000, and Windows Server 2003 operating systems using SUS.
Learn how to plan and deploy SUS. Walk through the necessary installation and configuration steps required to deploy both a server running SUS and the Automatic Updates client.
These step-by-step instructions help you smoothly update Small Business Server 2003 networks with SUS.
This article details Microsoft technologies for managing security and software updates, provides guidance for choosing among different offerings, and discusses future releases meant to simplfy the overall patch and update management process.
Training and Events
Take a test drive through SUS to find out how you can streamline the process of keeping your servers and client computers up to date with the latest critical patches.
This webcast uses SUS with current Microsoft patches to demonstrate the powerful functionality and benefits of using SUS in a typical real-world environment.
This webcast discusses using SMS and the SUS Feature Pack as patch management tools in your environment and how they fit into a comprehensive patch management strategy.