We need to ability to run Patch on Demand as a Patch Self-healing option so that when an endpoint comes online and patch monitoring is in a failed state, it runs Patch On Demand.
You shouldn't need to allow a user to have access to manage Patch Management just so that they can see reports on patching.
I want Account Managers to have access to Reports but don't want them to be able to change configuration/approvals etc.
I'd like the ability to access all reports without having admin access to all the sections (Patch Mgmt, AV Status, Backup Manager etc)
Give options to search by Date, or filter by Date.
Options to search by Date when patches were approved or declined.
We would like to be able to configure a script for patch and reboot window, instead of creating a separate scheduled task.
The idea is to be able to run a certain shutdown script anywhere in the PM Window when required.
This would be only for PM reboot window and installation window.
Not only is there not way to allow a user to defer patches, but there is also no way for ADMINS to manually defer a restart on behalf of a user once it is in motion. Seriously? We can't even administer our own client machines?
Please add the ability for us to send a custom popup when patches are about to be installed so that the user has the ability to defer patches ie 30mins, 1hr, 6hrs, 24hrs, etc. At times patches install themselves in the middle of a workday and in the case where the user cannot be interrupted this is VERY much unacceptable. The user should have the ability to at least defer 1 or 2 times so as to complete their workday ...more »
We are dealing with a lot of laptops in several environments. These laptops are frequently going to sleep at night, and missing on maintenance windows. There is an option to have patches install on boot if the device missed the scheduled maintenance window.
I'd like to have this option for when a device comes out of sleep mode, as well.
Indicate within a Windows patch (KB number) contains an Operating System upgrade or upgrade trigger
I have noticed that when a patch is set to "Approved for Install", the target device agent will download the patches even if that means it will use up almost all space on the C drive. i.e. a Device has 5 GB of patches to download and only has 5.5 GB free space on the C drive. The Agent will download all the patches leaving only 500 MB of space on the C drive. This could cause issues with services running on that device. ...more »
We'd like to be able to patch our Macs through N-Central
The N-Central mobile app showed which updates were missing on computers before the update to the latest App. Please bring back that feature
Patch Management / Languard should show Date Installed, even if not installed by Languard. Many of the patches have the information available, e.g. when querying Windows Update. It is nice to know if Languard installed a patch, or not, so perhaps add another column to South Pane for that indication.