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The following section details considerations for deploying Windows XP SP2 using SUS.
This also gives the SUS server time to finish servicing the clients that contacted it during the approval window before a new set of clients attempt to download SP2 when it is re-approved the next day.For the standard SUS machine (P700, 512 MB RAM, 100 Mbps network card), set the maximum concurrent connections to 100 and the maximum bandwidth for the SUS Web site to 80 Mbps.In this example, the value of 100 for maximum concurrent connections is an estimate for what the server machine can handle under heavy data transfer load conditions, given its CPU and memory capacity.The limited-time approval technique works by limiting the number of SUS clients that see the Windows XP SP2 update on the list of approved updates when they contact the SUS server on any given day while this technique is in use, thereby controlling the number of clients that are serviced per day and limiting the server load and additional network overhead (retry attempts, etc.).The third set of options works by limiting the bandwidth used by the SUS implementation, thereby controlling the load on the server and the network.
Family Id=A7AA96E4-6E41-4F54-972C-AE66A4E4BF6C&displaylang=en Because Windows XP SP2 is a relatively large update (approximately 270 MB), SUS administrators need to consider the impact on internal network traffic and on the machine on which the SUS server is running.