SUSAcronym for Software Update Services
Also called Microsoft SUS, this is a free patch management tool provided by Microsoft to help network administrators deploy security patches more easily. In simple terms, Microsoft SUS is a version of Windows Update that you can run on your network. *
Microsoft Software Update Services (SUS) is designed to streamline the process of keeping your client computers up to date with the latest critical patches. It allows administrators to quickly and reliably deploy critical updates to their Windows-based servers, as well as to desktop computers running Windows 2000 Professional or Windows XP Professional.
* [Source: MCSE World]
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