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Hello all,


My co worker have inherited SCCM as our SME has moved on. I though i read that SCCM client will pull windows updates from SCCM server which have "ConfigMgr software update point" roll enabled? Is this correct?


If so do i then need a GPO pointing workstations to the server with that roll?


I though i read somewhere that with SCCM there is no need to push a GPO pointing to an internal windows update server. Can someone please confirm this for me?


Last of all where can I check client settings like in GPO on when/ how windows updates should be applied?



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1- I confirm that you don't need any GPO.

2- You can check the settings on the configuration manager properties of the clients. But you have many settings on the server. For example you can set any maintenance windows on your collections


Hope that help you.



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