Tuesday, October 9, 2018

LEDBAT Not Correctly Configured in Windows Server 2016

LEDBAT or Low Extra Delay Background Transfer is a TCP Congestion control mechanism available in Windows Server 2016 and Windows Server 2019. LEDBAT helps to utilize the entire bandwidth (e.g. for SCCM packages or Windows Updates) when the network is free and if some other task (e.g. Application) requires bandwidth, it will give priority for that task.

Today I tried to configure LEDBAT in my SCCM environment. It's just a simple task as ticking a checkbox in Distribution Point properties. But in the background it does not get configured correctly due to incorrect TCP Templates.

Monday, October 8, 2018

WSUS: EULA Download in Pending State

Recently at a customer site I encountered below issue, some updates (specifically updates under Update Rollups classification) not syncing because End User License Agreements cannot be downloaded into WSUS.

In Wsyncmgr log there was this error.







Thursday, September 27, 2018

Post-Installation Configuration Failed When Re-Installing WSUS on Server 2016

I came across this issue today when I try to remove and re-install SUP and WSUS role from a ConfigMgr (CB) Server running on Widows Server 2016.

As usual I,

Sunday, July 8, 2018

Bring Deleted/Declined Windows Update Back to SCCM


Maintaining WSUS and SCCM SUP correctly is an essential task in every SCCM environment. There are great guides on declining superseded updates, maintaining SUP, re-indexing SUSDB out there on web.

There could be scenarios where you need to bring back declined/deleted update/s back to SCCM and deploy. Below are the steps that you need to follow in such a scenario.