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The problem is my registry doesn't have a (Windows Update\AU) How can I fix that. williamp, i am using windows xpsp3 and i don't have the regkey that you mentioned on my computer.. go into windows "services" and make sure that the "automatic updates" service and the "background intelligent transfer service" are enabled..
both of those "services" have to be enabled in order for windows automatic updates to work, and for being able to use the "microsoft update" website to install windows updates.. now that i see that you are installing "win xpsp3" on the computer, i assume that you will have to install a lot of additional windows updates, after that.. I now have SP3 but it still won't scan for updates on Windows Update site. How do I enable the background intelligent transfer service?
Under ideal conditions for a dedicated SUS server, assuming a 100 Mbps server network card capacity with 20% of this capacity consumed as overhead, it will take approximately 30 seconds for a SUS client to download the Windows XP SP2 update from the server.
This translates to 2880 client downloads in a 24-hour period.
Note: Limiting the load on the SUS server or the network via the options described here will result in it taking longer for all the Windows XP systems to be updated, because the bottleneck is the server load.
This also gives the SUS server time to finish servicing the clients that contacted it during the approval window before a new set of clients attempt to download SP2 when it is re-approved the next day.This is a manual but easily implemented mechanism to control the load on the SUS server and requires no additional infrastructure configuration or testing.SUS administrators can use the following formula to calculate the amount of time for which to approve the Windows XP SP2 update on each day: TA = Amount of time (in hours) the update needs to be marked as ‘approved’ on a given day NXP = Number of Windows XP systems to get SP2 via the SUS server NDE = Number of days since SP2 was first marked as approved on the SUS server For example, if there are 12000 Windows XP systems that need to get the Windows XP SP2 update via a SUS server, the calculation would work out as follows: For day 1, the update would need to be marked as approved for 2 hours, since Note: An important consideration for using this technique is to initiate the approval about 1 hour after the work day or shift starts, so the SUS server is not impacted by the spike in clients trying to download SP2 soon after they are turned on.I tried following Microsoft instructions to edit the registry. Link ID=100334 After installing, reboot and see if you can access Windows Updates. It said to go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\Windows Update\AU. I think you need to install the Windows Update Agent.