Monthly Archives: February 2018

Deploying Windows Feature Upgrades Remotely to Multiple Computers

The ‘feature upgrades’ to Windows 10 (1607, 1703, 1709, 1803 etc) cannot be installed with the normal Windows Update actions in BatchPatch. Instead we have to use an alternate method to get these updates on to target computers. Below I’ll demonstrate how that’s accomplished. Use the Windows 10 Media Creation Tool to obtain the ISO […]

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Advanced Multi-Row Queue Sequence – Contingent Operations with Custom Scripts

Today the goal is to tie together some concepts that I’ve written about in the past in order to demonstrate how you can use the Advanced Multi-Row Queue Sequence to execute certain actions on some hosts with a contingency that something must be true on another host before the additional hosts begin operations. The Plan […]

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BatchPatch Custom Script Integration – Install Windows Updates Only After Stopping a Specified Service

Today we’re going to look at another example of how you can integrate a custom script into BatchPatch to create an effect that you could not accomplish with the built-in actions alone. The Goal Using a combination of the Job Queue, a Deployment, and a custom script, instruct the target computer(s) to only install Windows […]

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