You should ensure you are declining older definition updates.
Failing to do so may impact the performance of both your WSUS server and possibly your client computers.
The Windows Update Log will say the following: – RESUMED — COMAPI: Search [Client Id = Microsoft Forefront Endpoint Protection (1F383481-F70E-4E7A-8B69-C4B4A23928E3)] – Updates found = 0 – WARNING: Exit code = 0x00000000, Result code = 0x80248014 ——— — END — COMAPI: Search [Client Id = Microsoft Forefront Endpoint Protection (1F383481-F70E-4E7A-8B69-C4B4A23928E3)] ————- WARNING: Operation failed due to earlier error, hr=80248014 FATAL: Unable to complete asynchronous search. What you need to to solve it: Open up your windows update screen. You will see directely what your causes your error. Click find out more In the browser that opens check I agree and click Install Now Windows Update will download updates for ‘other Microsoft Products’ as well. FEP will update like a charm How to fix this on Windows 2008/2008R2/2012/2012R2 Server Core Update: I’m playing around with Server Core a little at the moment. Recently I noticed that my Windows 8.1 clients were not getting updates from WSUS 3.2.My SCCM server deploys the client fine but it is version 2.1 and normally the client and definition updates come from WSUS with the latest client version being 4.5.However, my Windows 8.1 machines will not get the client updates even though they are automatically approved for all machines.