the OOTB function is to broaden to the scope to include all machines found in all labels. I want the tiny subset instead.

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You can create a smart label that checks to see if a machine is in all of the labels. Then you would use that label to patch your computers. If your multiple labels are also smart labels make sure to order your smart labels so that the new smart label is checked last.
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You can create a smart label that checks to see if a machine is in all of the labels. Then you would use that label to patch your computers. If your multiple labels are also smart labels make sure to order your smart labels so that the new smart label is checked last.

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Answered 03/23/2012 by: darkhawktman
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