During the notification phase of patching on the K1000, I'm wondering why it's not possible to limit the amount of times a user can snooze the deployment? I don't want the only option to be OK since if a user is running a demo, I don't want them forced to install; but I don't want them to infinitely be able to postpone the deployments either. This feature has been missing from all of the versions of the KBOX we've been through (Haven't upgraded to 6.0 so I don't know if it's there).

Is there any particular reason why we can't limit the amount of times a user can snooze the installation of the patches?

Thanks!
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In version 6 there is no longer the option for an indefinite amount of suppressed reboots. You have to specify a specific number of prompts and then the system will automatically reboot...
Answered 06/17/2014 by: jegolf
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Hi jegolf....it's not so much the reboot prompt I'm worried about as I can set the limit on that. In 5.5, in patch deployment specifically in the Alerts section, I'm trying to figure out how to limit the amount of times a user can Snooze the deployment. As of 5.5, not sure in 6.0, I don't know if this is even possible
Answered 06/17/2014 by: dtobias_keenan
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i am also wanting to limit the number of snoozes. i am using version 6.0, i see no option for this
Answered 06/19/2014 by: kcsc
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