Posts Tagged ‘windows updates’

 

Run Vmware Powercli

Run 

Connect-ViServer %name of server%

Run the output of below to a text file

E.g. .\Get-PendingUpdate.ps1 | Output-File file.txt

 

Function Get-PendingUpdate { 
<# 
.SYNOPSIS 
Retrieves the updates waiting to be installed from WSUS 
.DESCRIPTION 
Retrieves the updates waiting to be installed from WSUS 
.PARAMETER Computer 
Computer or computers to find updates for. 
.EXAMPLE 
Get-PendingUpdates 
 
Description 
----------- 
Retrieves the updates that are available to install on the local system 
.NOTES 
Author: Boe Prox 
Date Created: 05Mar2011 
#> 
 
#Requires -version 2.0 
[CmdletBinding( 
DefaultParameterSetName = 'computer' 
)] 
param( 
[Parameter( 
Mandatory = $False, 
ParameterSetName = '', 
ValueFromPipeline = $True)] 
[string[]]$Computer 
) 
Begin { 
$scriptdir = { Split-Path $MyInvocation.ScriptName –Parent } 
Write-Verbose "Location of function is: $(&$scriptdir)" 
#Create container for Report 
Write-Verbose "Creating report collection" 
$report = @() 
} 
Process { 
ForEach ($c in $Computer) { 
Write-Verbose "Computer: $($c)" 
If (Test-Connection -ComputerName $c -Count 1 -Quiet) { 
Try { 
#Create Session COM object 
Write-Verbose "Creating COM object for WSUS Session" 
$updatesession = [activator]::CreateInstance([type]::GetTypeFromProgID("Microsoft.Update.Session",$c)) 
} 
Catch { 
Write-Warning "$($Error[0])" 
Break 
} 
 
#Configure Session COM Object 
Write-Verbose "Creating COM object for WSUS update Search" 
$updatesearcher = $updatesession.CreateUpdateSearcher() 
 
#Configure Searcher object to look for Updates awaiting installation 
Write-Verbose "Searching for WSUS updates on client" 
$searchresult = $updatesearcher.Search("IsInstalled=0") 
 
#Verify if Updates need installed 
Write-Verbose "Verifing that updates are available to install" 
If ($searchresult.Updates.Count -gt 0) { 
#Updates are waiting to be installed 
Write-Verbose "Found $($searchresult.Updates.Count) update\s!" 
#Cache the count to make the For loop run faster 
$count = $searchresult.Updates.Count 
 
#Begin iterating through Updates available for installation 
Write-Verbose "Iterating through list of updates" 
For ($i=0; $i -lt $Count; $i++) { 
#Create object holding update 
$update = $searchresult.Updates.Item($i) 
 
#Verify that update has been downloaded 
If ($update.IsDownLoaded -eq "True") { 
$temp = "" | Select Computer, Title, KB,IsDownloaded 
$temp.Computer = $c 
$temp.Title = ($update.Title -split('\('))[0] 
$temp.KB = (($update.title -split('\('))[1] -split('\)'))[0] 
$temp.IsDownloaded = "True" 
$report += $temp 
} 
Else { 
$temp = "" | Select Computer, Title, KB,IsDownloaded 
$temp.Computer = $c 
$temp.Title = ($update.Title -split('\('))[0] 
$temp.KB = (($update.title -split('\('))[1] -split('\)'))[0] 
$temp.IsDownloaded = "False" 
$report += $temp 
} 
} 
 
} 
Else { 
#Nothing to install at this time 
Write-Verbose "No updates to install." 
 
#Create Temp collection for report 
$temp = "" | Select Computer, Title, KB,IsDownloaded 
$temp.Computer = $c 
$temp.Title = "NA" 
$temp.KB = "NA" 
$temp.IsDownloaded = "NA" 
$report += $temp 
} 
} 
Else { 
#Nothing to install at this time 
Write-Warning "$($c): Offline" 
 
#Create Temp collection for report 
$temp = "" | Select Computer, Title, KB,IsDownloaded 
$temp.Computer = $c 
$temp.Title = "NA" 
$temp.KB = "NA" 
$temp.IsDownloaded = "NA" 
$report += $temp 
} 
} 
} 
End { 
Write-Output $report 
} 
}
 
 
$GetVM = Get-VM | 
Where {$_.Guest -match 'windows'} | 
Where {$_.PowerState -eq 'PoweredOn'}
 
Foreach ($vm in $GetVM)
{
$vm.Name
Get-PendingUpdate -Computer $vm.Guest.IPAddress[0]
}

 

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changeswheremade

Recently we came across a problem where users would transfer attachments from one email to another and upon sending would get the following error

cannot open this item. changes made to the item were lost due to a reconnect with the server

The only way to send the email would be to recopying all the content to a new email and re-attach the attachments. It was though Outlook briefly lost connectivity with exchange server ( was not using cached mode ) . The connection status of Outlook showed no failed requests. We disabled all Add-on’s and started Outlook in safemode however we still got this happening randomly. In the end we applied all Office 2010 Windows updates to the terminal server and this fixed the issue!

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