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    This option should be included with any deployment. Giving the user the ability to reschedule something to a time of their liking would be a great user centric feature to add!

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    While it would be wonderful to do this from the Admin console, you can currently do this with the DP Job Manager tool that is in the tools\ServerTools folder of your CM install. You cannot pause the distribution, but you can move it down on the priority list.

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    I have found that setting the priority on DPs is important in order to get high volume sites up and running faster when OSD is considered. One package updating bring things down for all sites until the package is distributed. So some DPs need to get the package on priority over others. Its hard to manage this using WMI/PowerShell scripts.

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    5 comments  ·  Ideas » Software Updates  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    John Williamson commented  · 

    We just went through an exercise where MS told us to install 10 different hotfixes in order to fix an issue we were having on our Domain Controllers. Would have been real nice to be able to go to the MS Catalog, add those to WSUS and then to SCCM, and then let SCCM install them like any other. Instead we have to create packages and task sequences and the like, and it was a pain.

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