I am trying to plan a smrat label to have all Office 2010 Standard 32 bit patches pushed out to desktops during a patch deploy on a Kace 1100. I have one specific for Office 2010 32bit. The problem is all of the application specific updates that are released (Outlook 2010, Excel 2010, Word 2010, PowerPoint 2010, Publisher 2010, and OneNote 2010). SO far the only method I have been able to use requires basicly setting up a smart label for Office 2010 32but, and one for each application. Is there a better way to do this?

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Title > does not match REGEX > server| 64-bit|2007|2003 AND Title > Matches REGEX > outlook|excel|word|powerpoint|office AND Title >Contains>2010 AND Status > = > active
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I'm not sure if I'm understanding exactly what you are asking. You can create a patch label with:

     Title > does not match REGEX > server| 64-bit|2007|2003

AND Title > Matches REGEX > outlook|excel|word|powerpoint|office

AND Title >Contains>2010

AND Status > = > active

 

Answered 06/14/2012 by: dugullett
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  • I did not know you could use regex in the smart labels. That is great!
  • Just make sure in the third column you put the criteria in between the ()'s
    (criteria1| criteria2|etc...)
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