If all else fails, you can try downloading the latest update package for Windows Defender manually as a last resort. Wait for the update package to be fully downloaded.
Once the update package has been downloaded, open it to begin updating Windows Defender to its latest iteration.
In the Win X Menu, click on Command Prompt (Admin) to open an elevated Command Prompt.
Type cd /d “\Program Files\Windows Defender” into the Command Prompt and press the Enter key.
I hope this solves the issue, now waiting for the result. I know that they are not updating but when does WSUS think that the clients last contacted it?
Can you try manually forcing the client(s) to report to WSUS?
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