On the home admin screen it shows the tasks in progress in a pie chart. It will show the software patching section. Is there a way to view what PCs are still patching? I cannot find the PCs unless I go through each patch schedule and find the PC that is still deploying. Is there a better way?

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Oh look another post where editing the questions tags would be nice...

And no the really isnt a better way. Please submit a feature request at https://kace.uservoice.com/forums/82717-k2000

 

Answered 06/12/2012 by: Tentacle Master
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Does this help http://www.kace.com/de/support/resources/kb/article/Report-to-show-patching-in-progress-in-KBOX?

I'm not using the patching feature yet with the kbox. With the few machines I do have setup to test with it appears to work.

Answered 06/12/2012 by: dugullett
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  • Yes that is exactly what I am looking for I was just never sure how to find it. Thank you
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What product are you using for patching? WSUS? K1000? SCCM? Altiris, LanDesk, BigFix...??

Answered 06/12/2012 by: bkelly
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  • Its the K1000. Sorry,
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The only place I can think of would be if it shows as an individual event in one of the server or client logs at Settings -> Logs.  You might also be able to generate a custom report.

Answered 06/12/2012 by: philologist
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Status of PCs under patching can be viewed from the Patch Schedule Detail page. Every PC which is in the patch schedule will have a status displayed in "Scheduled Task Section"

Answered 06/12/2012 by: AbhayR
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  • Yes, but they are looking to consolidate this view rather than looking in every patch schedule detail page.
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