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Software Update Service location from a GPO and pull down a number of policies, some of which will automatically install various pieces of software. GPO s, or Group Policy Objects, are Active Directory management policies which are used to manage clients. NOTE: For more information on Group Policy Objects see the following article on Microsoft s TechNet http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc737816(WS.10).aspx. The Windows Software Update Service is a part of Windows Server 2008. If you are already licensed for Windows then it costs nothing extra and, like the Software Update Server built into Mac OS X Server, Windows Software Update Services caches updates for all Microsoft products and allows administrators to control which to release to users. Windows Software Update Services can be configured to mirror the policies that your organization chooses to practice regarding release management of Microsoft software updates. For example, if you need to test every update on each build prior to putting a solution into production, then you can use group policy to configure which patches will be downloaded for a given group, user, computer or other object housed in Active Directory. As with the Mac OS X Software Update Server, you can run centralize Windows Update using Windows Software Update Services without a directory service. With Mac OS X you update the Software Update Server setting with a key in the system defaults domain (com.apple.SoftwareUpdate) as described in 5. In Windows, you use the closest equivalent to a key in a defaults domain, a registry key. The server that is used for Windows Update is located in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\ Microsoft\Windows\WindowsUpdate, in the registry, and with the WUServer and WUStatusServer keys. These should read http:// followed by the path of your server instance and the FQDN of your server, respectively. For example, if your Windows Software Update Service were housed on a server called WSUS.krypted.com, then the following settings would be appropriate: WUServer =http://WSUS.krypted.com WUStatusServer=WSUS.krypted.com To push these out you could send the following to the guest operating system in the form of a Visual Basic script:
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Set oshell = CreateObject("WScript.Shell") oshell.RegWrite "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\WindowsUpdate\WUServer", "http://WSUS.krypted.com", "REG_SZ" oshell.RegWrite "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\WindowsUpdate\WUStatusServer", "http://WSUS.krypted.com", "REG_SZ"
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You can also control Windows Update at a more granular level than just setting the server. The following keys are available to control AutoUpdate settings in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\WindowsUpdate\AU: AUOptions NoAutoUpdate
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NoAutoRebootWithLoggedOnUsers ScheduledInstallDay ScheduledInstallTime UseWUServer RescheduleWaitTime While you could send out the preceding script leveraging the command-line integration with, for example, VMware, you could also just control the Windows Update service using a group policy object. In Microsoft Windows, Group Policy is akin to the managed client framework of Mac OS X. GPOs are policies that, for the most part control a registry key (or more likely a set of registry keys) that control various functions within Microsoft Windows. Group Policies then become the core of using policies to deploy a centrally managed environment. These policies are managed through and enforced by Active Directory (each policy issued will apply to a number of objects in Active Directory). NOTE: This includes automating the installation of a piece of software leveraging an .msi or an .mst file, which is similar to a .pkg file.
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As you ll find with the third-party solutions that were covered in 6 for patch management, Microsoft Windows also comes with a number of solutions that can manage systems, including the manual release management of software updates. These include applications such as Altiris, LANrev, and FileWave, which are also capable of working with Mac OS X. Microsoft s SCCM should also be looked at thoroughly, although it is not compatible with Mac OS X.
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Group Policies use the registry to define where to pull a policy file from. If a preference manifest in Mac OS X (described in more detail in 7) is a container of settings, then a Group Policy Object is similar in that a file is created and the unique identification of that file is located in Active Directory. These files are stored in the Group Policy Template (GPT) subdirectory of the Sysvol folder, a directory created by default on all Windows Server Directory Controllers. NOTE: You can also use the Group Policy Object Editor on a host and apply the policies directly to that system in your virtual machine, which would then apply to virtual machines that are created based on the initial virtual machine; however, you should use the Sysvol as you will be able to centrally manage policies. To create Group Policy Objects log into a Windows Server (if you are in an Active Directory environment) or a Windows XP computer (if you are applying the policy on the
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