This class contains statistics summarizing the current state of the WSUS server, updates, and the client computers.
To retrieve this class, call the IUpdateServer.GetStatus method. The statistics are a snapshot in time of the current counts. You need to call the IUpdateServer.GetStatus method each time you want to receive the current counts. Do not use the new keyword to create a this class.
The UpdateServerStatus class is derived from the System.Object class.
The UpdateServerStatus class has the following public methods.
Determines if the specified Object is equal to the current Object.
Static (Shared). Determines whether the specified Object instances are considered equal.
Serves as a hash function for a particular type. GetHashCode is suitable for use in hashing algorithms and data structures like a hash table.
Retrieves the Type of the current instance.
Static (Shared). Determines if the specified Object instances are the same instance.
Retrieves a String that represents the current Object.
The UpdateServerStatus class has the following public properties.
Number of updates on the WSUS server that have been approved.
Number of clients that are known to the WSUS server.
Number of clients with at least one update that is not yet installed.
Number of clients with at least one update that is currently in a failure state.
Number of critical or security updates on the WSUS server that are not approved for installation.
Number of administrator-created computer target groups on the WSUS server.
Number of updates on the WSUS server that have been declined by an administrator.
Number of updates on the WSUS server whose latest revision is marked as expired by the publisher of the update.
Number of updates on the WSUS server that have not been approved or declined.
Indicates if the WSUS database is growing too large and that unneeded revisions should be deleted.
Names of target groups requested by clients that do not match existing target groups on the server.
Total number of updates on the WSUS server.
Number of updates on the WSUS server that are needed by one or more client computers.
Number of updates on the WSUS server that do not have all the required installation files.
Number of updates on the WSUS server that have at least one client that is currently in a failed state for that update.
Number of updates on the WSUS server that are in a failure state.
Number of updates on the WSUS server that have a revision of an update that is approved but is not the latest revision.
Number of WSUS infrastructure updates on the WSUS server that are not approved for installation.
|Server||Requires Windows Server 2003 or Windows 2000 Server SP4 and later.|
Defined in Microsoft.UpdateServices.Administration.
Requires Microsoft.UpdateServices.Administration (in Microsoft.UpdateServices.Administration.dll).
Requires .NET Framework 1.1.