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How do I approve certain security patches and deploy those approved patches to a machine group in Shavlik Protect 9?

Posted on 2013-12-21
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We are a Windows shop. We want to try Shavlik only for Servers (2003 & 2008), and desktops. When doing a scan, there are so many patches found missing. In looking at them, how do i know which one to approve to deploy to a targeted server machine group? We are concern about only security patches. Should I approve patches only listed as critical or important? Is there a guideline I can go by to pick out from?
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2) earned 500 total points
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You should regularly apply ALL Criticial Updates from Microsoft at least, and then you should review the Notes for Important Updates.

The Guides here should be enough to get you going...

Microsoft Security Update Guide, Second Edition

Full Guide - Microsoft Security Update Guide, Second Edition is here
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There must be a setting for Shavlik Protect 9 to only download specific types of updates. For example in Vmware Update manager, you can select to download only high or critical updates.
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