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Performing Update Remediation in VMM

Updated: January 22, 2014

Applies To: System Center 2012 - Virtual Machine Manager, System Center 2012 R2 Virtual Machine Manager, System Center 2012 SP1 - Virtual Machine Manager

The procedures in this section describe the operation of bringing a managed computer into compliance with an update baseline, also known as update remediation. In Virtual Machine Manager (VMM), you can choose to remediate all update baselines that are assigned to a computer, all noncompliant updates in a single update baseline, or a single update.

Account requirements To perform update remediation, you must be an administrator or a delegated administrator in VMM. Delegated administrators can only remediate updates for computers that are within the scope of their user role.

Prerequisites

Before you can perform these procedures, you must have set up update management in VMM. For more information, see Managing Fabric Updates in VMM.

In This Section

Follow these procedures to perform updates on stand-alone Hyper-V hosts, on a Hyper-V host cluster, or in VMM in System Center 2012 R2, on infrastructure servers.

 

Procedure Description

How to Remediate Updates on a Stand-Alone Hyper-V Host in VMM

Describes how to install updates on noncompliant Hyper-V hosts.

How to Perform Rolling Updates on a Hyper-V Host Cluster in VMM

Describes how to perform rolling orchestrate update remediation on a Hyper-V host cluster.

How to Remediate Updates on Infrastructure Servers in VMM

Describes how to install updates on infrastructure servers in System Center 2012 R2 Virtual Machine Manager.

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