Lets first talk about Updating a Distribution Point: Here’s a scenario: You have created a new package for an application in which you have changed some source files.For example, you have changed settings in a file, added additional files or maybe you have removed files.In SCCM 2012 is possible to set any type of filter for updates, including specific words in the text of the description.
My WSUS is the first WSUS on my lab so I select Synchronize from Microsoft Update.Suppose that an update (called U1) fix Internet Explorer 11 on December 2013 and another update (called U2) fix same product released on January 2014. Like previous step, I have no requirement on my lab so I leave the default settings.I'm pretty sure that I know the answer to this but I just want to be sure. Lately I've been receiving complaints from my boss that when deploying updates I am saturating our internet line.Alright then, I've set the schedule to download updates at 2 AM daily.Tomorrow I'll check our network monitoring system to see if there is a spike at that time. if it's not downloading updates then why does it take so long at the "Provisioning update ..." stage?