The Windows Update Agent (WUA) is a Windows service responsible for managing Windows Updates on Windows systems. You can use it to download and install updates and report the status of updates to the user. You can also configure Windows update settings.
Start monitoring WUA settings using the Domotz custom scripts and be ready to:
Monitor Windows Update Agent quickly and easily directly from Domotz.
You can monitor Microsoft WUA using our custom integration scripts:
The scripts have been validated and tested on Windows 10 and Windows Server 2019, and the usage of PowerShell 5.1.19041.2364.
Find them in our examples library or customize them to fit your needs.
Easily Monitor the list of updates to be applied to your Windows systems. List all the types of updates missing from a Windows System. As a result, you’ll find them divided by Category (Security vs. Generic updates) and Severity.
For instance, you can set an alert on the number of missing security updates so that you can be notified as soon as a new Security update is required.
You can then use Domotz to directly apply the updates to your Windows systems.
Use Domotz to issue a Reboot command for your Windows System. Check for pending updates you can apply to your Windows System that requires a reboot. Checking for pending updates that require a reboot ensures that the system benefits from those updates as soon as possible.
If you notice that a vital update requires a system reboot, you can issue a Reboot command directly from Domotz.
You can also connect your Domotz Webhook or Public API data to a system like Make.com that will issue a Reboot command in response to an event (e.g., an update you’ve installed requires a reboot).
Use the pre-configured scripts to monitor and manage network-connected devices, cloud services, and web applications. By using standard network protocols, the scripts will allow you to retrieve valuable data and execute actions on the monitored devices and services.
Build or customize scripts according to your network monitoring needs.
Additionally, you can apply customized alerts on scripts to be notified when a specific event occurs.