Since Windows Server Update Services synchronizes the list of Windows Updates from the source Microsoft Servers on a regular basis, the history of sync events can become quite tedious to load in the User Interface. Frustratingly, there is no way through the user interface to remove old history for synchronization events. The SQL Server T-SQL code below creates a stored procedure that can be used to cleanup old events prior to a particular cut-off date. I run the code via a SQL Server Agent job daily, with a cut-off date of 30 days ago.
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