Compare Comodo Patch Management vs. Microsoft Windows Server Update Services

Comodo Patch Management is ranked 15th in Patch Management while Microsoft Windows Server Update Services is ranked 6th in Patch Management with 5 reviews. Comodo Patch Management is rated 0, while Microsoft Windows Server Update Services is rated 5.6. On the other hand, the top reviewer of Microsoft Windows Server Update Services writes "While this product is versatile, the challenges of competing against capable open-source solutions make it less desirable". Comodo Patch Management is most compared with , whereas Microsoft Windows Server Update Services is most compared with GFI LanGuard.
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The WSUS cost is included in Microsoft Windows, and there are no licensing fees.The integration is included in the Windows Server system, and there are no additional fees.Because it is not open-source, it has to compete with open-source solutions. Relatively it is expensive to open-source.

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Windows Server Update Services, Microsoft WSUS, WSUS, Microsoft Software Update Services, Software Update Services, Microsoft SUS, SUS
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Overview

Comodo Patch Manager gives administrators and MSPs granular control over the deployment of updates to operating systems and 3rd party applications on network endpoints. Featuring a centralized, easy to use interface, Comodo Patch Manager allows administrators to:

  • Remotely deploy operating system updates for Windows and Linux based machines and 3rd party applications.
  • View dashboard statistics that provide detailed breakdowns of available updates for endpoint machines.
  • Identify endpoints which contain vulnerabilities and need to be patched.
  • Create policies to automatically apply updates to groups of tagged endpoints at scheduled times.
  • Create custom endpoint tags which can be applied to logical groups of endpoints.
  • View granular reports on the hardware, software and update history of endpoint machines.

Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) enables information technology administrators to deploy the latest Microsoft product updates. You can use WSUS to fully manage the distribution of updates that are released through Microsoft Update to computers on your network. This topic provides an overview of this server role and more information about how to deploy and maintain WSUS.

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