- Using SCCM
- Yes, if you want to schedule your patches my Update Management Center, you need to switch to your patch mode as Azure-orchestrated (Automatic by Platform)
- Switch from Automatic OS to Azure-orchestrated (Automatic by Platform)
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I'm freshly working with update management center( Preview) to patch my workload (Linux,win10,win2016,and win2019 VMs).
I'm starting experiencing some issues during the conifguration part.
1) for win10 VMs, i see that their OS isn't supported by Update management center => How do you guys patch windows client VMs?
2) I did a test with a windows 2016 Datacenter which was created with "Patch orchestration "Automatic by OS", and i want to create a maintenance windows for this VM in order to be patched, in this case i would need to disable the automatic by OS setting, and configure it only with the maintenance windows?
3) When i try to configure the maintenance window, the VM is greyed out :
Any idea why?
And as you can see the VM is configured with Automatic by OS :
And the region is west Europe, according to MS documentation, it support the feature
Any help please?
You save me everytime thank you :D
For SCCM should i implement an SCCM on the Iaas ? Or does azure has an SCCM embedded to Azure ? Endpoint manager in this case can also work to patch the windows client VMs?
Thank you again (y)
Yes, SCCM is available as IaaS solution only. SCCM/Endpoint Manager is mostly designed to work with windows client os, doesn't matter VMs or laptops :)
For clients OSes you can leverage standard "Automatic by OS", it's recommended for client OSes as well.
If you don't want to install and manage SCCM, you can try to manage the updates by Intune https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/mem/intune/protect/windows-10-update-rings?source=recommendations.
As you can see, for client OSes there are a lot of options