bigfix fixlet sitting 0.00% when pushing out patches to windows servers

Posted on 2011-10-20
Last Modified: 2012-08-14
Hello everyone I am a newbie.

We have an enterprise server running with around 200 servers with the client installed.

I have recently pushed out patches to 2 development servers.

Everyday I check the progress and the progress is sitting at 0.00 percent which is very concerning to me.

Especially the dev servers need to be patched right away so that we can prepare for the production servers.

1) How can I ensure that when I push patches it pushes them right that instance. (Like NetChkShavlik, WSUS)


Question by:wbokhary
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    Accepted Solution

    Your clue is right on the screenshot you provided

    "Pending Restart"

    You need to reboot
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    Expert Comment

    Any progress here??

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