Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Are alle necessary updates in place

When you are setting up servers and installing Server software you will often discover that you are missing certain KB updates that are requirements for the software. Often will this be related to that server are patch from a strict security related point of view, so new "features", will not be pushed out by SCCM or other similar tools. Sadly with this strategy important optimization and stability upgrades as well as necessary updates for application installation are missing.

To run a quick check for a series of update you can create a csv files with the number of necessary KB and compare it with installed updates on the server, instead of manually checking an often long install log on the server.

My script are using the filename and location "C:\Temp\fasit.csv" as the list of necessary files.

Text format:
$Header = "KB"
$Fasit = Import-Csv -Path "C:\Temp\fasit.csv" -Header $Header
Install-Module PSWindowsUpdate -force
$Installed = Get-WuHistory | select KB

function CompareLists

    $Fasit | foreach {
        if ($Installed -notcontains $_) {
            Write-Host "Could not find KB: " $_

$Fasit = $Fasit | foreach { $_.KB }

CompareLists -Fasit $Fasit -Installed $Installed


Test-MigrationReadyness.ps1 Script

I have added a OneDrive/SharePoint migration related script to my GitHub This is an add-on to make my script " Test-OneDrivePath.ps1...