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    wsus default ports

    ok forgot to write down what port number clients need to be to to pick update from ym wus server i know it is servernameortnum but what port number do i use

    cheers

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    Re: wus default ports

    Works using standard HTTP. By Default thats port 80 unless you installed it on a server which already had web services (such as SUS running) in which case it installs on port 8530.

    The only exception to this is if you have configured WSUS to use SSL, in which case its port 443 your interested in.

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    Re: wus default ports

    oh i see all works off same site i got impressesion that admin ran on one port and update stuff ran on other port..

    cheers

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    Re: wus default ports

    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff
    The only exception to this is if you have configured WSUS to use SSL, in which case its port 443 your interested in.
    Or 8531 if Default website exists...

    And FYI the selfupdate and clientwebservice folders are created on the default website regardless of where you install it.

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    Re: wsus default ports

    so should we move those folders to site that has port 8530

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    Re: wsus default ports

    no or WSUS chokes if you attempt to move it... good old M$

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    Re: wsus default ports

    alright install created the dirs on 8530 site anyay my problems i think our down to embc firewall...

    as at home couldnt access server

    but here using ip address that does not go through the firewall clientdiag connects ok but then from inside network try use public web address it fails out..

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    Re: wsus default ports

    Yep sounds like a routing/firewall issue.

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    Re: wsus default ports

    should only need 8530 opening shouldnt I?

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    Re: wsus default ports

    and 80 for old clients that need the new autoupdate software.

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    Re: wsus default ports

    well 80 is open but

    then we have slight problem there as already uisng 80 good old rm decided that intranet would site on 80 and then have it restricted to ips from inside network..

    as cant unrestrict it as this would public access to stuff software we have license for only internally

    so how going to do that not sure....

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    Re: wsus default ports

    You can manually update old clients to the new version of the automatic update software by taking them to Windows Update.

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    Re: wsus default ports

    true should be an issue anyway as computers need proving before they recieve updates

    Russ

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