Join Brien Posey for an in-depth discussion in this video Configure deadline for update installations in Intune, part of Windows 10: Plan and Implement Software Updates.
- [Narrator] Microsoft Intune allows you to set deadlines for when updates have to be installed. So, right now I'm logged into the classic Intune portal, and what I'm going to do is go over and click on Updates. And this is going to take me into the Update screen, and I'm going to click on All Updates to list all of the updates that are available, and it's a pretty long list. So, what I want to do is take a look at updates that have been approved and maybe set a deadline for those updates so that we can make sure that they're deployed in a timely manner.
So what I'm going to do, is I'm going to click on the Approved column, and that's going to sort this column. And you can see that there are two updates that are approved right now. So I'm going to go ahead and open up one of these updates, and what I'm going to do, is I'm going to click on the Approve task, even though this update is already approved. And so this is going to take me into the same screen that we saw earlier, and the update's already approved. So we can see that it's approved for all devices. And if I had other groups, I could even make changes to group memberships while I'm in this screen, but that's not anything that's really necessary at this point so I'm going to click Next, and now we're taken to the Select Approval Setting screen.
And I've got a deadline dropdown right here. So, I'm going to click on the dropdown, and I'm going to set the deadline for this update to one month, and then click Finish, and my request is being processed. And so now, we've set a deadline for installing this update. So that's how you set a deadline for updates in Microsoft Intune.
- Deploying updates manually
- Monitoring deployments
- Configuring automatic deployment rules
- Analyzing log files
- Approving and declining updates in Intune
- Deploying software from SCCM, WSUS, and Intune