Software Deployment Question

Hide superseded patches (Windows Updates)?

01/04/2016 1619 views
As you can see from this screenshot, we've got a bunch of superseded patches showing 0% compliance.  How can I hide those?  My interpretation of "superseded" is that a newer patch has been installed and this one is no longer needed.  This means that this data is totally useless to me and just skews my reports in a negative way.

How can I hide or get rid of these superseded patches?  I have it set to remove unneeded patches after 15 days (I just decreased from 30 days), but I don't ever want to see superseded patches and I cannot find a setting in 6.4 to hide them.  From my google-fu, I found that in previous versions it was possible to hide these.

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You can do it this way

In your subscription check this box

then use a custom view

Answered 01/05/2016 by: SMal.tmcc
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