Finding Superseding WSUS updates in PowerShell

Whenever I see a superseded update, I usually want to know which update supersedes it.
Finding it from the console is easy enough:

But of course, working through the UI is no fun.
After you got an update object through PowerShell, like this:

$wsus = Get-WsusServer WSUS2 -PortNumber 8530
$update = $wsus ...
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Finding WSUS Clients by SusClientId

Today someone showed me a strange problem - he had servers that recently installed new updates from his WSUS server, but he couldn't find them in the WSUS console by their name.
Obviously the servers have been renamed and didn't have time to report to the WSUS server, but ...

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Installing WSUS Prerequisites Easily in a Disconnected Server

Our company has an internet-isolated environment, and I was requested to create a WSUS infrastructure there.
The most annoying thing about installing a disconnected WSUS server is that you can't do it via the server manager (because it requires a working internet connection) but rather through an exe file ...

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Auto-Sorting Computers in WSUS

When I installed my first WSUS server, I liked the idea of auto-assigning computers into different WSUS groups according to domains using the group policy's settings.
However, it's a bummer to find out that you can only assign every computer to one group using GP (and not being ...

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