I believe because it has to join all the update information for each update included in the Update Group into the advertisement.
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First you have to specify the source of synchronizing Microsoft update.
My WSUS is the first WSUS on my lab so I select Synchronize from Microsoft Update.
One of the features present in SCCM 2007 which was continued and received interesting innovations is the Software Update Point, which has the function of bringing into the SCCM 2012 the capacity to manage, distribute, and generate reports and dashboards.
To make the configuration of the Software Update Point (SUP) in SCCM 2012 you need to install the feature Windows System Update Services (WSUS) on Windows Server 2008 R2, which can be performed by the After that the next step is in the SCCM console 2012 include the SUP role and configure their options, as shown in the image below where we configure the proxy data for accessing data.
SCCM will increment the package source version by 1.
In the SCCM console go to /Administration/Site Configuration/Sites/Configure Site Components/Software Update Point.
On the 'Sync Schedule' tab you can see when WSUS is scheduled to sync with Microsoft.
I've configured all the distribution points to not distribute updates during the day via Scheduling and Rate Limits in each distribution point so I can only assume that when I am creating the deployment package for an update that it is then that it is actually downloading the files from Microsoft. What I need to be able to do is to either proactively or reactively download all updates in off hours ...
just occurred to me, is this done through the WUSUS console maybe?
If you have an upstream server, please select the other option.