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  1. Anyone have any good information on how Max run time is calculated for SCCM 2012 software update deployments? Last month i ran into issues deploying updates, and had to manually kick them off, because the max run times exceeded the Maintenance window. Updates stuck at status of "Past due - will be installed" I know i can select ignore maintenance window on deadline, but wanted to ensure updates will not install/reboot outside specified maintenance windows. I would also like to minimize the duration of the maintenance windows to just a little more than the required time for the patches and reboots. Servers are missing a lot of patches, don't think it will be an issue once we get them on a normal update cycle. Thanks
  2. Does anyone know how to cancel a software update Deployment in SCCM 2012. I cant seem to find the information. I don't see the option to delete /cancel under \Monitoring\Overview\Deployments to cancel. I can only think of two things to do. 1. Delete the Software update Group. 2. Update deployment properties and assign to a dummy collection with no members. I would like to keep the update group if possible.
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