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Windows Updates: How long do you keep them?

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Old 11-02-2009
ITMORA
 

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Windows Updates: How long do you keep them?
How long do you store windows updates on a WSUS server? I was thinking of
getting rid of all my old 2000 updates because none of my machines are on
2000. I'm just not sure how far back I should go with the XP updates, has
anyone dealt with this? I'm trying to create more space on my server by
deleting old files that aren't needed anymore.
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Old 11-02-2009
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Re: Windows Updates: How long do you keep them?
ITMORA wrote:

> How long do you store windows updates on a WSUS server? I was thinking of
> getting rid of all my old 2000 updates because none of my machines are on
> 2000. I'm just not sure how far back I should go with the XP updates, has
> anyone dealt with this? I'm trying to create more space on my server by
> deleting old files that aren't needed anymore.


Since this NG, Windows Update, deals with client side issues, suggest
you post this question to the WSUS newsgroup:
http://www.microsoft.com/communities... date_services



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