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SCCM 2007 - Right Click Tools

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We are currently implementing SCCM in our domain.
The initial use of SCCM will be patch management to all servers and desktops.
We have over 200 servers in our domain, many of which make up or website.
Patching and rebooting the servers has to be done in a particular order in order to maintain website services and ensure everything functions correctly.
My question is : Using SCCM, can i select a handful of servers at a time, push the updates / patches to those servers straight away, rather than pushing updates to the servers and having to wait overnight for the push to complete ?
Someone has spoke to me about the ' Right Click Tools ' would these help me out at all, provide some shortcuts ? What exactly are they ?

Thanks,

Andrew
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