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How to stop patch deployment in SCCM

    Pregunta

  • I have sent Windows Critical updates using SCCM 2007 R2 no service pack upgrade yet, and Software Updates with a deadline. I am wondering if there is any way to remove that deadline so that they are not forcefully rebooted and installed. Or is there a way to recall that Software Updates advertisement to the collection it was sent to?
    martes, 11 de enero de 2011 18:05

Respuestas

  • Hi,

    Remove the update from the Update Management object. Once removed it will no longer be advertised to the clients/servers. You can also delete the update from the DP'S if it's really critical.


    Kent Agerlund | My blogs: http://blog.coretech.dk/author/kea/ and http://scug.dk/ | Twitter @Agerlund | Linkedin: /kentagerlund
    • Marcado como respuesta Eric Zhang CHN viernes, 21 de enero de 2011 6:44
    martes, 11 de enero de 2011 18:28

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  • Hi,

    Remove the update from the Update Management object. Once removed it will no longer be advertised to the clients/servers. You can also delete the update from the DP'S if it's really critical.


    Kent Agerlund | My blogs: http://blog.coretech.dk/author/kea/ and http://scug.dk/ | Twitter @Agerlund | Linkedin: /kentagerlund
    • Marcado como respuesta Eric Zhang CHN viernes, 21 de enero de 2011 6:44
    martes, 11 de enero de 2011 18:28
  • Hello - I think, to get the immediate effect you may try disabling the IIS services or component on the site. Note that this will stop all the other IIS related functionality. After that you can change the dead line and other configs.


    Anoop C Nair
    martes, 11 de enero de 2011 18:42
  • Hi,

    Sorry about jumping in.

    Your solution sounds good, but wouldn't you have to get the server to do a scan or policy check as well or am I on the wrong track?

    I am rolling out Patching to servers and I have been asked the same question, but about exchange patching. The exchange guy has asked

    "If they patch 1 exchange box and want to stop the other boxes because of a Exchange issue, How do they"

    They schedule patches over 2 days for 2 exchange servers. Switching over before patching 1 box.

    But with SCCM'S fgreat feature of scheduling. they want the ability to stop the 2nd scheduled installation.

    Thanks for your help understanding this.

    SparkyLad

    martes, 22 de marzo de 2011 12:02