If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Technet Web site. We have roughly 270 workstations on our domain, both Win XP and Win 7 all are configured to get updates from the WSUS server.After that all with no result I activated those Group Policy configurations: "C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Kits\bin\x64\tracefmt.exe" -o "D:\Logs\Windows Update\Windows Update.20160727.101538.435.1log" "D:\Logs\Windows Update\Windows Update.20160727.101538.435.1.etl" -r "D:\Symbols\windows_10"Event Trace 0504.0D10::07/27/2016-.446 [agent]WU client version 10.0.10586.494 0504.0D10::07/27/2016-.446 [susenginelib]Sleep Study Tracker: Machine is non-AOAC. 0504.0D10::07/27/2016-.446 [agent]Base directory: C:\WINDOWS\Software Distribution 0504.0D10::07/27/2016-.446 [susenginelib]Update Network State Ipv6, c Network Interfaces = 1.0504.0D10::07/27/2016-.446 [susenginelib]Update Network State Ipv4, c Network Interfaces = 1.If i click on '242 Updates' I get the below Print-screen and so on.Print Screen3How to install all the uninstalled update. Is there any method to pull the update manually from WSUS Server. You probably don't have enough space to store all those updates.
Almost all our PCs are running Windows XP and they are getting updates without any problems.This text file contains detailed output from the Windows Update client, including notifications for each attempt to find, download, and install updates.You can also use the Windows file to verify that the client is attempting to access the correct update server.We are slowly migrating those Windows XP PCs to Windows 7. Is there any known issue with WSUS on Server 2003 that might prevent Windows 7 clients from receiving updates?What else could be preventing updates from being applied?