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 Software Update Service StandAlone  -  Version  1.003

SUSS (Software Update Services Standalone Tool) is a
command-line utility to control and manage your
windows clients in your patch management
architecture. SUSS gives administrators excellent
control on the update status of their windows clients
in the enterprise. Administrators can use SUSS to
configure, troubleshoot, check, report and force your
windows update clients from a central location !

The new WU client that ships with Windows XP service
pack 2 does not allow you to connect to your local
intranet SUS server for updates anymore, but instead
uses the live internet WUS server with its delta
updates. SUSS 1.003 actually detects the version of
Windows Update client and if the version is newer
than the old client, it forces the WU client into a
legacy mode and thus allows the client to still
connect to a company’s existing SUS server. At the
moment, SUSS 1.002 / old WU client will not allow you
to get new updates, unless you have the newer WU
client or XP SP2.

Program Details
Publisher Name Pieter Claassens
Publisher Mail Click here to send a mail to the publisher
Software Home Page http://www17.brinkster.com/starbalcc/suss/
Platforms Windows 2000 - Windows XP
File Size 97 KB
File Date 6/1/2004
License Shareware
Price $29
Expires On
Expires After 0
Other Expiration Info
Install/Uninstall Support No Install
Record Update 9/1/2004