No updates are installed on this computer

When I examine the Windows upday background, it shows that no updates have actually been installed. I did a examine for updays, set up what was listed, then rebooted the server, however the (supposedly) set up updays execute not show up in the upday history or in the "View mounted updates" list.

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Wbelow else have the right to I inspect to view if these are actually being installed?

Thanks,

Ken


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Peter (Action1)

You can use PowerShell:

Open a PowerShell prompt via Admin pergoals.Type Get-Hotfix and press Go into.You deserve to use Command also Line:Open a command prompt with Admin pergoals.Type systemdetails.exe and push Go into.Also, take a look at our cost-free software Action1 to check for installed patches on Windows or get a list of installed Windows updays.
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Peter (Action1) wrote:

You have the right to use PowerShell:

Open a PowerShell prompt via Admin pergoals.Type Get-Hotfix
and press Get in.You can usage Command also Line:Open a command also prompt via Admin pergoals.Type systeminfo.exe and also push Get in.Also, take a look at our complimentary software application Action1 to check for installed patches on Windows or gain a list of installed Windows updays.

It"s a small confusing because "hotfix" in this conmessage will list set up patch KBs, however not necessarily actual hotfixes that are downloaded from TechNet.

Generally I would certainly say if Get-Hotsettle or an proper WMI query(systeminfo) doesn"t list the patch as mounted, it isn"t. Or there"s rather a little bit of corruption going on roughly the component save and also WUA, which would lead me to making use of DISM to inspect the mechanism wellness.


Ken Carter wrote:

Peter (Action1) wrote:

You can use PowerShell:

Open a PowerCovering prompt with Admin pergoals.Type Get-Hotfix
and also push Enter.You can usage Command also Line:Open a command prompt with Admin perobjectives.Type systeminfo.exe and also push Enter.Also, take a look at our totally free software application Action1 to check for set up patches on Windows or acquire a list of installed Windows updays.

Not just.

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The Get-Hotfix cmdlet gets hotfixes, or updays, that are installed on the regional computer or stated remote computers. The updays deserve to be mounted by Windows Update, Microsoft Upday, Windows Server Upday Services, or manually installed.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/module/microsoft.powershell.management/get-hotfix?view=p...


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Sep 18, 2019 at 19:44 UTC

Peter (Action1) wrote:

Not just.

The Get-Hotfix cmdlet gets hotfixes, or updates, that are mounted on the regional computer system or stated remote computers. The updates have the right to be installed by Windows Upday, Microsoft Upday, Windows Server Update Services, or manually set up.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/module/microsoft.powershell.management/get-hotfix?view=p...

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If that is the case, then Windows Updates are not obtaining set up on this server. Not great.


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Sep 18, 2019 at 19:47 UTC

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Maybe this kb HOWTO: Microsoft Windows Update Not Working on Windows 10 can assist to fix your issue via Windows Update

Edited Oct 2, 2019 at 19:39 UTC
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