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how do i white list and black list MS patches as i need to install it on my client servers. We don't have the resources/test bench to test each patch against our builds. what is the best way to segregated these patches and when should i start these process every month? please help

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closed as not constructive by HopelessN00b, Hennes, mdpc, Ward, Dave M Mar 3 '13 at 18:44

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You install a WSUS Server, and use the WSUS Server to "approve" updates for installation (effectively whitelisting them).

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+1. It ain't rocket science – MDMarra Mar 1 '13 at 13:43

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