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Quick question, is it necessary when updating an application with two separate deployment types to update content on each deployment type? I assume I should do both?
Hello, I am wondering if it is possible to deploy an application update ONLY to clients that already have the application installed. For example Bob-PC - Java installed Tom-PC - Java installed Jim-PC - Not installed Fred-PC - Java installed Mike-PC - Not installed I'd like only the systems that have it to get it, not every system. Thanks!
I am trying to figure out how to remedy a bunch of expired Microsoft updates (1,000+) that Is showing up in my SCCM console after I ran my first sync once WSUS and SUP was installed. Below are the steps take so far: Removed SUP role from my site server (SCCM) Removed WSUS from Server 2012 Restarted server Reinstalled WSUS (I noticed that the 2 previous synchronizations I performed from the WSUS console on the server was still there as if I never deleted WSUS.) Reinstalled SUP on the site server (SCCM). This time from the product list I only selected Security updates as opposed to: Security, Critical, and just plain old updates, which is why I think I have over 1,000 expired updates Also I elected to delete the expired updates as soon as they are superseded. I then let the synced the updates from the SCCM and let it run over night. I went to check the All updates section under application management node and there are about 648 new none-expired updates but the old expired updates are still there (over 1,000) I did notice also that the previous syncs that I performed on the WSUS console are still there even after I removed the WSUS role Hmmm, scratching my head.