Press ‘2’ to set the client reporting level to ‘NONE’. Press ‘3’ to set the client reporting level to ‘STATUS ONLY’. Once you set the clientreportinglevel to “All” the clients should start to send status reports within a short period of time.
Now, wre you saying Windows Update on each workstation forgets the group policy and goes to directly for the Windows Update? Also, this is more of a Server Fault question as it relates directly with Windows Servers.rules of 2398 out of 3466 deployed entities Agent ** END ** Agent: Finding updates [Caller Id = Automatic Updates] AU I have no idea if the results from Windows Automatic Updates are relevant to a WSUS/SCCM issue, so forgive me if my second chunk of logs is useless.I have attempted the solutions offered in this question, with no change in results. Additional details: Software Update Point Synchronization Status.I am trying to deploy Windows updates and SCEP updates; my SCEP definition updates work perfectly, but Windows 7 updates, such as security and critical, do not jive so well.Between the Windows and the SCEP updates, the respective software update groups, ADRs, deployments, etc. There are no errors in Agent ** START ** Agent: Finding updates [Caller Id = Ccm Exec] Agent * Include potentially superseded updates Agent * Online = Yes; Ignore download priority = Yes Agent * Criteria = "(Deployment Action=* AND Type='Software') OR (Deployment Action=* AND Type='Driver')" Agent * Service ID = Managed Agent * Search Scope = PT PT: Synchronizing server updates PT Service Id = , Server URL = Web Service/PT PT: Synchronizing extended update info PT Service Id = , Server URL = Web Service/PT Service Id = , Server URL = Web Service/Agent * Added update .101 to search result ~[Omitting 425 more lines identical except for the particular update GUID.] Agent * Found 426 updates and 75 categories in search; evaluated appl.