How to Manage Software Update Files

Aplica-se a: System Center Configuration Manager 2007, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R2, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R3, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 SP1, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 SP2

The software update file is the actual file that the client computer downloads, such as an executable (.exe) or Windows Installer file (.msi) file, and then installs to update a component or application. This section provides links to the tasks that help to manage the update files, such as creating deployment packages, manually downloading the software update files, refreshing the source files in deployment packages, and so on.

Click the related link for detailed information about the associated deployment package task.

In This Section

How to Create a Deployment Package
Specifies how to create a deployment package.

How to Download Software Updates
Specifies the different methods for downloading software updates to a deployment package.

How to Add Software Updates to a Deployment Package
Specifies how to add software updates to an existing deployment package.

How to Manage Distribution Points in Deployment Packages
Specifies how to manage the distribution points configured for a deployment package.

How to Refresh Source Files in Deployment Packages
Specifies how to refresh the source files on distribution points for software updates.

How to Delete Deployment Packages
Specifies how to delete a deployment package.

How to Manually Download Software Updates
Specifies how to manually download the update files before adding them to a deployment package.

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