How to scan and deploy missing patches

A patch scan can be initiated from several different locations , one of the most convenient location is home page , we can simply select the machine we need to scan

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Choose when you want to Perform the scan.

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And click scan now

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For example we may want to remind myself which machines are contained in a group before performing the scan to do this simply select the machine group.

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We can see the machine in the group by looking in the bottom panel

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When you are ready to run patch scan click on RUN OPERATION

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After selecting when and how you want to perform the scan of patches.

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Click scan now.

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You can monitor the patch scan status using the operation monitor

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When the patch scan process complete , you can view the results using view results.

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The scan result will displayed result in the scanned view.

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Scan view consist 3 distinct pane.

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  • The top pane identifies the machine that are scanned
  • The status of each machine is displayed in middle pane
  • The third pane is basically used to see the status of the option which is selected in the second pane

# Deploy Patch

Simply select the patch you want to deploy and right click on selected patch.

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After that configuration dialog displayed.
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This dialog specifies how and when you want to deploy the patch

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For example we want to install the patch immediately.

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The operation monitor show the status of the steps.

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We can use the deployment tracker to monitor the status of actual installation on the target machine using the option “Patch and deploy (View in tracker).

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If you want to review the rules you have applied before, during and after the deployment click on the option view summary

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Below is the status of patch deployment.

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!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Patch Deployed Successfully !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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