Fellow Ninjas, I have created labels for the incoming patches and I have a schedule set up to deploy. On the desktops and servers they are notified that updates are about to begin. If a reboot is required, the user is prompted for that.

My server managers want to be able to identify what is being pushed when this popup appears. I know in 5.4 that there has got to be a way to do that. I've read the manual and different articles on the Dell pages and I've done a primary search here. I must just be overlooking it. Just knowing that it is occuring in the background is not good enough for them. They need detailed information about what is being installed. It's production servers, so naturally they would like to have the patches identified. As always, thanks for the help.


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the only thing I have seen so far is reviewing c:\programdata\dell\kace\kpatch.log

Answered 02/01/2013 by: SMal.tmcc
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Can you run a detect first so that way they know what will be pushed?  This is of course assuming that the same patch labels are being used for both the detect and deploy.

Answered 02/04/2013 by: Timi
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