Obviously, this has a cost, unless you already own an SQL Server license.
In the last tab of this wizard you have to select the path where WSUS will store the updates: the filesystem in this path must be NTFS and the size should be at least 150GB.
If you use a virtual machine, add a dedicated disk only for WSUS. At the end of this procedure, you will be able to open the WSUS console from the start menu.
The wizard allows you to configure: I will not talk about these details because they’re very easy.
More details are available in this article: https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/wsus/2016/04/13/office-365-client-updates-via-wsus/ Meanwhile your WSUS is working to synchronize the catalog, we have time to create the Group Policy to set our computers to use local server to catch updates.