Saturday 19 April, 2014

To better keep remote systems up to date, we need to make some changes to the software update system that is currently installed on your workstations. This requires some action on your part to make this change on your managed computers. This change specifically applies to Windows 7 and Windows XP computers that are remote from the CSBS network. To make this change, it will require you to use your WSUDO credentials that are installed on your system for administration. 

To make the change, use the following directions.

Windows 7

1.       Open the control panel:  Start>Control Panel

2.       Open the Configuration Manager client: System and Security>Configuration Manager


3.       Change Internet Settings for Configuration Manager:  Internet Tab>Configure Settings>Enter WSUDO credentials>Internet-based management point (FQDN) box>enter tuesday.csbs.utah.edu>Apply Button>Ok Button

Windows XP

1.       Log into XP using your WSUDO username and password

2.       Open the control panel:  Start>Control Panel

3.       Open the Configuration Manager client: Performance and Maintenance>Configuration Manager

4.       Change Internet Settings for Configuration Manager:  Internet Tab>Configure Settings>Internet-based management point (FQDN) box>enter tuesday.csbs.utah.edu>Apply Button>Ok Button

After you have made these changes, you will receive managed programs and windows updates when your system is attached to the internet. If you have any questions on this issue please contact us at 801-585-8985 or open a helpdesk case. Thank you for your support.

CSBS Computing Staff