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deploy a specific patch with Dell Kace

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when i go to Label management and create a label it somehow attaches all missing patches to that specific label. how do i choose to deploy a specific patch?
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You have to create a new Patch schedule but only choose the patch you want to deploy. Once that is done, you can assign that to a Computer group label for specific machines.
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when i create a new Patch schedule i do not see an option to choose a specific patch. not sure what i am missing
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