Applying Operating System Updates on Protected Computers
Updated: April 21, 2010
Applies To: System Center Data Protection Manager 2010
An important part of computer maintenance is ensuring that operating systems and software are up to date. Updates—known as "fixes," "patches," "service packs," and "security rollup packages"—help to protect computers and data.
You can use your preferred method for deploying software updates, such as Automatic Updates or Windows Server Update Services, on DPM protected computers. Because some software updates require a computer restart, you should schedule or perform the updates at times that have the least impact on protection operations.