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  1. Provide a List of VMs which are not Online [=Offline]

    (opposite of existing Machines List)
    Where: UpdatesAutomation - Update management > Overview

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  2. Refresh Windows update control panel status with correct date/time

    ON-Prem: i've seen that after windows has been patched and rebooted, the only way to see last update status is through "installed updates". Nothing is displayed in "Windows update" control panel console.

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  3. Download patches only

    It would be very useful to have the possibility to schedule a manual update: the patches will be downloaded automatically, but installed manually from Guest OS update console. This is also to avoid possible problems related to the "pending reboot".

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  4. Options to "Pause/Hold" Update Management Schedules.

    We need an option to temporarily Hold\Pause the update management schedules.

    This will help us during promotional events or any emergency times to stop installing the updates.

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  5. deployment schedules

    Please provide the start time in the deployment schedules view. I am seeing my old deployments. My requirement is just to restart some of them. When I am editing them I do not see the new start times and it is really confusing.

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  6. Azure Update Management - ability to filter machines based on machine status/health eg disk space available

    This functionality is in SCCM to allow you to ignore machines that have less than 2GB free on the C: drive for a particular deployment and throw a warning.

    Current behaviour in Azure Update Management will attempt and blow out the disk space

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