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superseding vs superseded RRS feed

  • Pregunta

  • Buenos dias Gente,

    Les quiero preguntar acerca de esto superseding vs superseded ? cuales son la diferencias ??

    Alguien me podria dar alguna explicacion de esto.


    Gaston Dominguez
    martes, 29 de marzo de 2011 21:46

Respuestas

  • Efectivamente las actualizaciones superseded no son automáticamente sustituidas por las supersedes, pues podrían ser necesarias en algunos casos:

    <pego>

    WSUS does not automatically decline superseded updates, and it is recommended that you do not assume that superseded updates should be declined in favor of the new, superseding update. Before declining a superseded update, make sure that it is no longer needed by any of your client computers. These are three possible scenarios in which you might need to install a superseded update:

    • If a superseding update supports only newer versions of an operating system, and some of your client computers run earlier versions of the operating system.
    • If a superseding update has more restricted applicability than the update it supersedes, which would make it inappropriate for some client computers.
    • If an update no longer supersedes a previously released update because of new changes. It is possible that, through changes at each release, an update no longer supersedes an update it previously superseded in an earlier version.

    </pego>

    Otra cosa pasa con las actualizaciones expiradas, que pueden a su vez estar superseded; en este caso sí que no se podrán validar, aunque tampoco son automáticamente reemplazadas por las supersedes, pues ésta deben ser validadas, no son validadas de manera automática:

    <pego>

    Expired Updates

    An expired update is an update that has been invalidated by Microsoft. An expired update can also be an update that has been superseded by the release of another update (new or revised) that fixes or enhances functionality or applicability offered by the expiring update. In this case, the superseding update should be approved in place of the expired update. An update that is expired can no longer be approved for detection or installation.

    </pego>


    Un saludo

    Fernando Reyes [MS MVP]
    MCSA 2000/2003
    MCSE 2000/2003
    MCITP EnterpriseAdministrator
    Web: http://freyes.svetlian.com
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    • Marcado como respuesta gastonmd14 jueves, 31 de marzo de 2011 11:34
    jueves, 31 de marzo de 2011 8:46
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Todas las respuestas

  • Superseding Update es una actualización que sustituye a otra actualización, que pasa a ser una Superseded Update:

    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc708465(WS.10).aspx


    Un saludo

    Fernando Reyes [MS MVP]
    MCSA 2000/2003
    MCSE 2000/2003
    MCITP EnterpriseAdministrator
    Web: http://freyes.svetlian.com
    Blog: http://urpiano.wordpress.com
    RSS: http://urpiano.wordpress.com/feed/
    freyes.champú@champú.mvps.org
    (Aclárate la cabeza si quieres escribirme)
    miércoles, 30 de marzo de 2011 6:34
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  • Gracias me quedo calro con el articulo.

    Ahora como dice en el mismo no es necesario declinarla aunque tenga un estado de superseded, correcto ??

    Solo las dejo ahi hasta que microsoft las expire ??

    Saludos.


    Gaston Dominguez
    miércoles, 30 de marzo de 2011 11:58
  • Efectivamente las actualizaciones superseded no son automáticamente sustituidas por las supersedes, pues podrían ser necesarias en algunos casos:

    <pego>

    WSUS does not automatically decline superseded updates, and it is recommended that you do not assume that superseded updates should be declined in favor of the new, superseding update. Before declining a superseded update, make sure that it is no longer needed by any of your client computers. These are three possible scenarios in which you might need to install a superseded update:

    • If a superseding update supports only newer versions of an operating system, and some of your client computers run earlier versions of the operating system.
    • If a superseding update has more restricted applicability than the update it supersedes, which would make it inappropriate for some client computers.
    • If an update no longer supersedes a previously released update because of new changes. It is possible that, through changes at each release, an update no longer supersedes an update it previously superseded in an earlier version.

    </pego>

    Otra cosa pasa con las actualizaciones expiradas, que pueden a su vez estar superseded; en este caso sí que no se podrán validar, aunque tampoco son automáticamente reemplazadas por las supersedes, pues ésta deben ser validadas, no son validadas de manera automática:

    <pego>

    Expired Updates

    An expired update is an update that has been invalidated by Microsoft. An expired update can also be an update that has been superseded by the release of another update (new or revised) that fixes or enhances functionality or applicability offered by the expiring update. In this case, the superseding update should be approved in place of the expired update. An update that is expired can no longer be approved for detection or installation.

    </pego>


    Un saludo

    Fernando Reyes [MS MVP]
    MCSA 2000/2003
    MCSE 2000/2003
    MCITP EnterpriseAdministrator
    Web: http://freyes.svetlian.com
    Blog: http://urpiano.wordpress.com
    RSS: http://urpiano.wordpress.com/feed/
    freyes.champú@champú.mvps.org
    (Aclárate la cabeza si quieres escribirme)
    • Marcado como respuesta gastonmd14 jueves, 31 de marzo de 2011 11:34
    jueves, 31 de marzo de 2011 8:46
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