Patch Management

As an IT Admin with Manager role permissions or higher, you can manage when major OS upgrades and minor updates are available and applied to your devices. Configuring a required installation window lets users choose the most convenient time to perform an OS update.

OS patch policies let you delay an update in order to thoroughly test it before rolling it out. For example, you can set up a deployment ring of early adopters, control which OS version they install, and when they will install it. 

You can also create a universal browser policy to keep Google Chrome up to date for macOS, Windows, and Linux. This universal browser patch policy works for all OS types, and remotely schedules and enforces Google Chrome updates on all devices. This policy saves you time and helps you keep a large number of devices compliant and up to date. See Create a Universal Browser Patch Policy.

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