How to disable or change an existing deployment within Update Management using PowerShell

Emma Harlow 11 Reputation points


I am looking for a way to amend an existing deployment within Azure Update Management using PowerShell. I need to be able to update the schedule and or update the configuration within the deployment.

I have looked at the "Set-AzAutomationSchedule" cmdlet but this can only be used if the schedule has a name. The name of the schedule seems to be removed when it's assigned to an Update Management deployment.

I have also checked the available cmdlets for the Software Update Configuration and there is only a New or Get cmdlet available.

Any help would be much appreciated.

Thank you!

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  1. tbgangav-MSFT 8,291 Reputation points

    Hi @Emma Harlow

    In the current Update Management functionality, the feature to have Set or Disable cmdlet is not being invested or prioritized because investment or prioritization is on v2 (version2) of Update Management i.e., we are going to have "Update Management Center" as a separate Azure service which currently is in Private Preview stage and would be moving to Public Preview stage very soon (i.e., before the end of Q2 CY22). So, product team would be adding the feature to have Set or Disable cmdlet in that newer version.

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