Action1 5 Documentation 5 Roll Out and Deploy Updates

Roll Out and Deploy Updates

 

After reviewing pending updates, you can push them to multiple endpoints at once right from the Update Approval page. Select the patches you want to deploy and select Install Now. Alternatively, select New Action / Deploy Update at the top of the page.

Action1 leverages a secure P2P file-sharing technology that enables agents to download updates in small chunks and in parallel and reduce the load on your network resources.

Action1 lists all missing software updates

Complete the Deploy Update wizard:

1. On the Deploy Update step, verify the updates you are about to deploy. You can search for more updates or opt-in to install all missing approved updates or just critical. To restart computers afterward, specify options such as a reboot notice and offset.

Deploying updates - step 1

2. On the Select Endpoints step, define target computers. Pick endpoints by name or select a group.

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3. On the Schedule step, define the best time to distribute your updates. You can force them immediately or deliver according to a specific schedule.

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4. After clicking Finish, you’ll be forwarded to the Actions / History page. Here you’ll see the execution details. If you opted in for a postponed delivery or decided not to schedule a rollout yet, you’ll find the action waiting for you on the Actions / Schedules page.

Consider creating a patch management policy to automatically deploy updates.

Scheduled action - Deploying update

Tip: You can find Missing Updates and Deploy Update in quick actions on the Endpoints page.