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The Enterprise Node

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Created by Caroline Juszczak, last modified by MindTouch on Jun 23, 2016

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The Enterprise node contains all of the resources you manage with Patch Manager. It consists of the following child nodes:

Update Services

This node contains a child node for each WSUS server you manage with Patch Manager. Use this node to view and manage updates, computers, and WSUS groups on the selected WSUS server.

Configuration Manager Site Servers

This node contains a child node for each ConfigMgr 2007 site server you manage with Patch Manager. Use this node to view and manage collections on the selected ConfigMgr site server.

Microsoft Windows Network

This node contains a child node for each domain, workgroup, and/or Patch Manager computer group available to the Patch Manager application server. Aside from the Patch Manager computer groups, which you add yourself, this node replicates the Patch Manager application server's Windows network browser.

Managed Computers

This node displays the list of computers included in one or more Managed Computer inventory events. This node also displays all Patch Manager and WSUS servers.

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