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I have SCUP hooked into my SCCM installation and I push out adobe flash updates like the rest of the windows updates. I notice that SCCM doesn't know when to supersede the flash updates.

 

Is the best way to work with this to only keep the most recent in the update group that contains the flash updates? I don't want it pushing out old ones and new ones all at the same time over and over. I have attached a picture just to clarify if needed.

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In SCUP you can add the supersedence information to the new Flash update.

Simply select the new Flash update, click Edit and add all previous versions in the Supersedence tab.

Then publish it.

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