Apart from these log files, there are 2 more log files that are really important.These log files are located in WSUSInstallationdrive\Log Files\.This update lets servers that are running Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) 3.0 SP2 provide updates to computers that are running Windows 8 or Windows Server 2012. This update fixes the following issues: Common issues related to WSUS 3.0 Sp2 and troubleshooting :1) WSUS Client Computers are not installing Updates – If the WSUS client computers are not installing updates, then check the DCOM configuration.
We will see the most common issues related to WSUS 3.0 SP2 and their resolution.In the previous posts we have seen Installation, Configuration, Managing the WSUS 3.0 SP2.Before we start troubleshooting WSUS issues, lets take a look at some of the log files created by WSUS server.In the left pane under Console Root, expand Component Services, expand Compoters, right-click My Computer, and then click Properties. Make sure that Enable Distributed COM on this computer is selected and Default Impersonation Level is set to Identify.2) Client Computers Not reporting to WSUS Server :- If you have configured client computers for a particular WSUS server, but they have not reported over a period of days, use the following procedures to isolate and repair the problem First check the connectivity between the client computer and WSUS server. If you don’t see any download windows then refer to this Microsoft Article here.
WSUS Log Files -WSUS setup creates the following four log files that can help you diagnose problems with setup.These log files are located in the %temp% folder of the user who installed the WSUS software.