Updating windows 2016
The process of deploying updated integration services into a Windows guest after general availability was tiresome.
The basic method was to use Hyper-V Connect to attach to each virtual machine, log in, and run an integration services update from VMguest. This manual task would require a maintenance window for each virtual machine.
Make a plan: think of your present needs, and future needs; how many virtual machines you need and how many in the future; does your network need Web server? All these need you to pay attention while trying to install a new Windows Sever.
In this post, I will explain how Microsoft changed the process for upgrading the Hyper-V integration components (or integration services, depending on what you’re reading) in a Windows guest OS virtual machine.
In this instance we’re going to create a new GPO to apply our changes rather than simply updating the existing Default Domain Policy as this is the best practice.
Within the Group Policy Objects, right click and select New.
Other Mac Guver’ed solutions existed, including using System Center Configuration Manager to deploy the MSI file from VMGuest.
11 for all supported older Windows clients and servers, such as Windows 7 and Windows Server 2012.
Because this was a manual task and introduced downtime, I suspect that many just decided to live without the updates, possibly falling out of support and becoming vulnerable to any otherwise-fixed security problems.
The second option was to use System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM).
When combined with WSUS we can also report on which servers have which updates installed, allowing us to see the patch level of the entire Windows environment.
In this example we will create a group policy object (GPO) which applies to all of our Windows computers.
Here in this article, we’ll offer you a secure tutorial guide and help you to update and install Windows Server 2016 in your PC without losing any data or obstacles. Before updating and installing Windows Server 2016, there are some preparation jobs that must be done in advance.