Joe from Canada – 08 17 2012, 1:33 PM Report Spam @sk0228 My vote is for "/detectnow" as well – if the computer is not a member of any groups, I believe that means the detection process has not run. Sergey from Israel – 08 13 2012, 10:28 AM Report Spam sk0228 i think the answer is A /detectnow but i am not 100% sure 0×000 from Egypt – 08 13 2012, 5:55 AM Report Spam @ all i've added some new questions and Q. sections, but with the same previous wrong answersworking on my finale dump …i'll upload it ASAP Patrick from Netherlands – 08 13 2012, 5:27 AM Report Spam It should be B.hen you execute "wuauclt /detectnow", you are telling the computer to seek for new updates. If it is a managed computer (under WSUS or Patch Manager), that's what it'll check against; otherwise it would be Microsoft's Update Servers. When you execute "wuauclt /reportnow", you are telling the computer to inform the WSUS/Patch Manager server of its update status. sk0228 from Hong Kong – 08 13 2012, 5:12 AM Report Spam Set exam G Q16 Your network contains an Active Directory domain. The domain contains a Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) server named Server1. A Group Policy object (GPO) named GPO1 configures all computers in the domain to use Server1 for Windows Update. You add a new Windows 7 computer named Computer1 to the domain. From the Update Services console, you discover that Computer1 is not listed as a member of any computer groups. You verify that GPO1 is applied to Computer1. You need to ensure that Computer1 is available in the Update Services console. What should you do? A. On Computer1, run wuauclt.exe /detectnow. B. On Computer1, run wuauclt.exe /reportnow.C. On Server1, run wsusutil.exe reset.D. On Server1, run wsusutil.exe listinactiveapprovals. I just wonder the answer A or B coz I've found some other of exam paper answer is B. Anyone could tell me A is correct answer or B. Many thanks.