Monthly Archives: July 2014

How To Receive Notifications When Computers Go Offline Or Come Online

Let’s say you’re working through a list of computers to install Windows Update or a third-party software product, but only a percentage of the computers are actually online. The reason, of course, is because your organization provides laptops to its employees, but at any given time there are a lot of people who either aren’t […]

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Hiding Windows Updates Remotely In a Non-WSUS Environment

If you’re using BatchPatch in an environment that has no WSUS server, there might be times when computers show more available updates than you actually want to install. For example, perhaps you don’t want to install new versions of IE or .NET when you’re installing Windows Updates, but you do want to install updates to […]

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Create a Consolidated Report of Windows Update History

We have received numerous requests for the ability to create Windows Update history reports with BatchPatch. I’m happy to announced that the latest build of BatchPatch (2014.07.01) has a new reporting option that enables you to quickly retrieve the entire history of Windows Update actions from target computers. The output is consolidated so that you […]

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BatchPatch – New Build Released July 2014

Hey everyone! We published a new build today, and I wanted to take a moment to share with you some of the updates that have been made. While this build was primarily a bug-fix release, we also included a few features worth noting. In particular, we’ve added some reporting options for Windows Update history, which […]

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