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Hi guys,

I have been looking into server patching with SCCM and have changed the process due to some interesting reading about patches and how of course bad patches are more likely to bring the systems down than the issue itself. SCCM patching cycle for Servers

I just wanted to get everyone opinion on how its currently setup.

SCCM server is currently patching 15 servers and have changed the update process to:

  • Software update point checks for patches daily  at 10pm


  • Server ADR evaluation checks on day 21 each month (after patch Tuesday patches are released)
  • ADR deployment available time is set for 3 weeks , this is to ensure any dodgy patches are not deployed before they are superseded/deleted.

the server maintenance window is set to the 25th of each month, so as it stands any patches released in May will be patched at the end of next month. this should prevent any patch problems being a month behind.

how does this look? many thanks :D

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