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Enterprise node

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Created by Caroline Juszczak, last modified by Steve.Hawkins on Jan 03, 2018

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The Enterprise node allows you to select WSUS servers and computers you want to manage in your enterprise network or a Patch Manager group. If the computer connects to your network using an agent, you can approve or unapprove the agent as required.


After you select your managed computers, you can select the Microsoft and third-party updates you want to install on your targeted systems.

You cannot run the Update Management Wizard to select specific updates.

Below is a description of each child node in the Enterprise node. 

Child Node Description
Update Services Lists 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.
Microsoft Windows Network Lists each domain, workgroup, and Patch Manager computer group available to the Patch Manager Application Server (PAS). This node replicates the Windows network browser in the Application Server. 
Managed Computers Displays the computers included in one or more Managed Computer inventory events. This node also displays all Patch Manager and WSUS servers.
Agents Displays the approved, pre-approved, and unapproved agents running on the managed computers. 


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