history.log from debian hosts to produce a csv with dates/packages/versions. After running a suite of tests in testing environment, I then update those packages on actual hosts.
I want to do the same thing for Windows Server.
I have generated a .log file using
Get-WindowsUpdateLog PowerShell command but apparently, I can't get any useful info out of there, except timestamps. As far as I understood, to be able to see lines in log that actually correspond to installation sessions (packages X,Y & Z installed on this date), I need to enable verbose Windows Update Logs, but how do I do that?
I also need to know the actual name of update, not ID. AFAIK, I can manually copy the Update IDs into Microsoft Update Catalog, but I'd like to avoid that. Could enabling verbose logging solve this too? Or it would be too easy?