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Systems Management Question


Windows update and kace Agent

05/05/2020 377 views

Hello,
To manage the computer park, I based myself on kace's recommendations and on the fact that the laptops would regularly reconnect to the internal network of the company to update them.
I think I made a design error.
So I adjusted windows update as recommended by kace, it works only if the users force a detection.
I also cannot modify the gpo of these machines, but the users are mostly administrators.
I think coupled with the agent kace a script which says that if the SDA is unjoingnable then we force windows update.
What do you think ? or what do you do?

Regards.

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HiĀ 

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do you change GPO from this computers to connect with kace ?

You must conf. gpo that the clients connect to the sma kace and if you also want you can disable the clients to connect to microsoft.

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Answered 05/07/2020 by: Bilo111
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It is specified that if we use kace, it is necessary to deactivate the automatic updates that is what I did.

The problem is the "windows update" service is in manual mode.

So if the client does not force the update search when they cannot contact the sma, the stations do not update.


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Answered 05/07/2020 by: lefeuvre
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  • i manage that with sceduling the update process over kace to detect and deploy os updates once a week. I also not setup automatic updates and that for over 4500 clients.

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