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SCCM Patch Management

Process & Procedures
Version 1.2

Last Update: November 13, 2008
Subject: SCCM Patch Management
Title: SCCM Patch Management

Version History
_____ ____ __ _ _ _________________ ____ _____ __ _ ____
|Date |Version |Modified By |Section |Comment |
|11-10-08 |1.2|Chris Stauffer |All |Finalizing |
|10-21-08 |1.1 |Chris Stauffer |All |Proofing |
|10-17-08 |1.0 |Chris Stauffer |All |Initial Draft |

This document takes into accountthat you already have SCCM with WSUS installed and the SUP working. If you need assistance with Patch Management , see the SCCM Installation and setup documentation.
Table of Contents

• Creating a Search Folder
o Create a new Search Folder for a specific Year
o Create a new Search Folder for New Monthly Releases
• Creating a Deployment Template
• Creating aPatch List and Deploying Software Updates
o Creating a Patch List
• Monthly Software Deployment
o Updating the Deployment Package with Monthly Updates
▪ Software Update Icons
o Cleaning up before Deployment
▪ Deployment Icons
• Troubleshooting Patch Management
o Troubleshooting Software Updates Issues
o Howto Monitor Software Update Deployments
o Site Server Log Files

Creating a Search Folder

The first thing you will need to do is create search folders. I’ve created search folders at the central site to make it easier for Admin running child sites. If you need to create a report by year you could just use one of the searches I have created. I also created a search folder that willonly show the present month’s patches. All of the search folders that I created include only patches that have not been superseded or expired.

Note: If you are doing this on a new site you can create a new folder to categorize your searches. At the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania I have created an Enterprise Searches folder and an Agency Searches folder. This allows me to keep all of my searchesunder the enterprise level and child agencies to keep their search folders in their folder.

Create a New Search Folder for a specific year

1. Right click the folder that you created under search folders and choose New Search Folder
2. In “Step 1: Select object properties to search” Choose the following
a. Bulletin ID
b. Expired
c. Superseded

3. In “Step2: Edit the property’s search criteria”
a. Bulletin ID
i. Set this to MS0{year} example:MS02
b. Expired
i. Set this to NO
c. Superseded
i. Set this to NO

4. In “Step3: Specify search option” put a check in “Search all folders under this feature”

5. In Step 4: Enter a name for the search folder
a. Name thefolder

6. Click OK

Create a New Search Folder for New Monthly Releases

1. Right click the folder that you created under search folders and choose New Search Folder

2. In “Step 1: Select object properties to search” Choose the following:
a. Bulletin ID
b. Date Released
c. Date Revised
d. Expired
e. Superseded

3. In “Step 2: Editthe property’s search criteria”
a. Bulletin ID
i. Set this to “MS”
b. Date Released
ii. Set this to “Last 1 month”
c. Date Revised
iii. Set this to “Last 1 month”
d. Expired
iv. Set this to NO
e. Superseded
v. Set this to NO

4. In “Step3: Specify search option” put a check...
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