I have been tapped on the shoulder to remotely do our server updates (SBS 2008) and office machine updates (5 machines Running WIN 7).
Currently, the Server+Machines are updated on-site once a month. I was told that the current "tech" does select updates because he "knows" which updates to do that won't cause problems.
I know you can Google for "Buggy Win 7 updates" or Buggy SBS 2008 Updates" But I really need someone to give me concise points to look for. I am not a total noob, just have been out of the server/client machine field for a while.
Can someone validate what they are saying about the tech makes sense?
Also they said something about the tech said you have to wait until like the 3rd week of every month for the non-buggy updates to come out or something to the effect.
Now, to me that last paragraph sounds a little bit more like a tech excuse as to WHEN he wants to update whether it be due to his schedule or what.
Can someone please validate this info and point me in the right direction as to the best mode of operation to do this via RDP since I am not on-site?
Thanks in advance.