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WSUS: Question about Client-Side Targeting

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Old 11-13-2007
Chris
 

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WSUS: Question about Client-Side Targeting

Under Computer Options, if you enable "Use Group Policy or registry settings
on computers", how does a computer react if the "Enable client-side
targeting" policy is left Not Configured? I am assuming it will just add
itself to Unassigned Computers while those computers that apply a different
group policy with the "Enable client-side targeting" policy Enabled and
specified will be added to the correct groups when joining the SUS server.

Is that a safe assumption? If that's how it works, can the computers that
do not apply the "Enable client-side targeting" policy be manually moved to
other computer groups?

Thanks for any info provided!
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Old 11-13-2007
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Re: Question about Client-Side Targeting
Forwarded to WSUS newsgroup via crosspost:
microsoft.public.windows.server.update_services as a convenience to OP.

On the web:
http://www.microsoft.com/communities... date_services

In your newsreader:
news://msnews.microsoft.com/microsof...pdate_services
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Chris wrote:
> Under Computer Options, if you enable "Use Group Policy or registry
> settings
> on computers", how does a computer react if the "Enable client-side
> targeting" policy is left Not Configured? I am assuming it will just add
> itself to Unassigned Computers while those computers that apply a
> different
> group policy with the "Enable client-side targeting" policy Enabled and
> specified will be added to the correct groups when joining the SUS server.
>
> Is that a safe assumption? If that's how it works, can the computers that
> do not apply the "Enable client-side targeting" policy be manually moved
> to
> other computer groups?
>
> Thanks for any info provided!


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