Client not getting GPO and WSUS server not showing computer

Qasim Afzal 101 Reputation points
2023-03-03T03:11:36.0666667+00:00

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Applied the GPO: nothing showed on the gpo result theres 2 gpo applied but techincally it should be 1 - I moved the PC to the correct OU for the GPO to get applied after I ran "gpupdate /force" the "wsus" GPO should only applied to this client but the other one "WSUS-Update" it came from my 1st site; this client is in 2nd site

I set the update server from http://wsus.Qasim.local:8530

This is the second WSUS in Site 2

Second WSUS server is synced from the site 1 wsus server. It got all the updates.

Now for the: set the intranet update service for detecting updates server should I put the updates receiving from Main WSUS or the second WSUS server?

Main WSUS is in site 1 and second wsus server is using the main wsus server as upstream to get teh updates.
site 1 wsus server gets its update from "mircosoft server"
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  1. Adam J. Marshall 8,546 Reputation points MVP
    2023-03-04T04:40:29.79+00:00

    Also, FYI, gpresult doesn't give computer details UNLESS you're running it from an elevated prompt

    From an Administrative Command Prompt on an affected client, run the following:

    gpresult /h gpo.htm

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  1. Adam J. Marshall 8,546 Reputation points MVP
    2023-03-04T04:38:18.94+00:00

    I'd recommend reading through my guide. It will explain how to setup your GPOs for an inheritance setup which is what you're attempting to do with the multiple sites.

    https://www.ajtek.ca/wsus/how-to-setup-manage-and-maintain-wsus-part-5-linking-your-gpos-inheritance-is-your-friend/

    I've linked directly to part 5 which deals with the applying of the GPOs, however I'd recommend reading the entire series as each part builds from the last.

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