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SCCM 2007 and Software Updates - Hide an update

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I have identified an update (KB2506212) that hoses a third-party software program on three machines in my environment. I can manually uninstall it from those machines, but SCCM SUP merrily reinstalls it thereafter.

How can I hide or disable that specific KB from deploying on those three systems? I know I can delete KB2506212 from the deployment package, but I don't want to keep it from installing on the rest of my environment.

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You will need to move the machines which you dont want to get KB2506212 out of the target collection which you have set for your updates
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DecKen - but I do want these systems to receive all other updates. It is only this one update that adversely affects a certain critical application on these three systems.
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