Open Server Manager and remove Web Server (IIS) and Windows Server Update Services roles.
When asked for, leave the check boxes clear for the removal of WSUS database, log files and downloaded update files. During the installation of WSUS 3.0 SP2, the Server Manager on Windows Server 2008 [R2] actually looks for Windows Server Update Services 3.0 SP2 Dynamic Installer for Server Manager [x64 Edition] (KB972493), but the update server is normally configured to receive updates from itself, and there’s no itself—functioning at least—for the moment.
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Despite the fact that Microsoft has officially flipped the switch on the Windows 10 update, you might not be getting your free copy immediately.
It might take days, or even weeks, until you can enjoy the brand new OS with its shiny new features.
This shows that IIS and its pipings are broken and client computers cannot communicate with the server.
Another symptom and a confirmation of the broken IIS hypothesis is a selection of the following warning and error events listed for Windows Server Update Services: service prior to manipulation.
But deep inside the WSUS server, things are a mess: The WSUS server is the only computer that can get updates from itself, it cannot communicate with clients, and after a few days, all computers—except for the WSUS server itself—are listed as .
Visiting Event Viewer Custom Views for Server Roles, or hitting the Roles’ list collapse sign (plus sign inside the square) on Server Manager and looking into each role’s events, you’d be surprised to see there’s no recent events or perhaps no events at all listed for Web Server (IIS).
However, there’s a way to force the Windows 10 update to your computer, and have it downloaded and installed right away.
Redmond Pie published a neat tutorial on how to force Windows 10 update onto your PC, and, so far it has been working flawlessly.
If I click the box Windows checks for updates but never displays updates and eventually the message reappears and I can click the button again.
WSUS is synchronizing correctly according to the logs but clients aren't pulling down updates.
After having issues with clients not updating or reporting status, I changed our help desk system to use port 8080 for standard HTTP requests freeing up port 80 for WSUS.