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To create a new update deployment, select Schedule update deployment. Windows virtual machines that are deployed from the Azure Marketplace by default are set to receive automatic updates from Windows Update Service.
Detemines how reboots should be handled. For patching, Update Management relies on classification data available on the machine. In some cases, you may be required to re-run the update deployment, to verify check the update log.
Reboot if required Default Always reboot Never reboot Only reboot - will not install updates. To learn how to enable Update Management for virtual machines from your Automation account, see Manage updates for multiple virtual machines.
To run a log search that returns information about the machine, update, or deployment, select the item in the list. You can use the Update Management solution in Azure Automation to manage operating system updates for your Windows and Linux computers that are deployed in Azure, in on-premises environments, or in other cloud providers. Select any of the update deployments in the table to open the Update Deployment Run pane for that update deployment.
You can also enable Update Management for a single virtual machine from the virtual machine pane in the Azure portal. For Linux, the machine must have access to an update repository. This scenario is available for Linux and Windows virtual machines.
The New Update Deployment pane opens. If the status has changed, a compliance scan is initiated. Select a Saved search, Imported group, or pick Machine from the drop-down and select individual machines.
This filter is applied locally on the machine when the update is deployed. Select Missing updates to view the list of updates that are missing from your machines.
Customers who have invested in System Center Configuration Manager for managing PCs, servers, and mobile devices also rely on the strength and maturity of Configuration Manager to help them manage software updates. Select Missing updates to view the list of updates that are missing from your machines.
If you have CentOS machines configured in a way to return security data for the following command, Update Management will be able to patch based on classifications. The following addresses are required specifically for Update Management.